We stopped at both 40 Wall Street and the Chrysler Building. The interesting thing about both of these building is that they were competing for the title of the world’s tallest structure. 185 more words
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We talk about birthdays here…birthdays of pioneering scientists, actors, musicians, artists, Historical Titans and the nutcases of antiquity. It’s the birthday…today…of a building: The Chrysler Building, which, even more than most skyscrapers, stands to this day as a monument to personal hubris…although, that having been said, it is one of the most architecturally pleasing such monuments ever made. 277 more words
It’s not uncommon to hear Manhattan’s real estate market characterized as sophisticated or complex.
Not every day, however, does a requirement as straightforward as Dentsu McGarryBowen’s uncork such an elaborate and interconnected series of transactions as it did at the Starrett-Lehigh Building. 995 more words
40 Wall Street
It is possible to fill 50,000 square feet of retail space in the financial district in July. But it certainly helps to have the… 337 more words
After scouring Lower Manhattan for office space, and even venturing across the East River to check out the compellingly priced digs at Bruce Ratner’s MetroTech (compelling, but not compelling enough), … 260 more words