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Family of pot-loving Robert Durst eyes medical-marijuana bid

The Durst family real-estate empire — which weeded out pot-loving killer Robert Durst from its ranks — is teaming up with a major hospital trade association in a bid to legally grow and dispense medical marijuana. 324 more words

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Bank of America Stays Put at 1133 Avenue of the Americas

Bank of America is staying on its five floors of office space at 1133 Avenue of the Americas, the building’s landlord announced today.

One of the nation’s largest banks, Bank of America inked a 10-year extension at the Durst Organization building. 249 more words

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Tishman, Silverstein and Durst Hit With 1 WTC Construction Injury Lawsuit

Cement mason worker Christopher Bertuzzi is suing Tishman ConstructionSilverstein Properties, the Durst Organization and the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey  364 more words

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Nike Clicks Out of Google Building for New Durst Property

Nike is leaving its Chelsea office owned by Google and heading to a Durst Organization property near Pennsylvania Station, as landlords try luring tenants to the Midtown area. 281 more words

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Writing has so much to give, so much to teach, so many surprises. That thing you had to force yourself to do — the actual act of writing — turns out to be the best part.

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Under Construction: Floors 2 Thru 10 at 1133 Avenue of the Americas

When the IRS’ lease expired in September 2014 at the Durst Organization’s 1133 Avenue of the Americas in Midtown, a coveted piece of prime real estate became vacant for the first time in 20 years. 505 more words

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Investment Advisory Firm, Tech Company Sign 5-Year Leases At World Trade Center

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – A financial services company and a technology firm have signed five-year leases at New York City’s One World Trade Center.

The Durst Organization and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced Tuesday that Tinypass and Casablanca Capital LLC will move into the 1,776-foot skyscraper. 248 more words

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