New renderings have been revealed for the Moise Safra Cultural Center which is approaching completion on the Upper East Side. The 14-story building was designed by PBDW Architects and is located at 130 East 82nd Street.
Oestreicher Properties Inc., Marx Realty and Midwood Investment & Development have announced that several prominent firms, including Silver Rock Capital, SK Capital, and Impala Asset Management, have signed leases for office space totaling more than 31,000 SF at 430 Park Avenue in the first half of 2018.
LeFrak has revealed its highly-anticipated new residential building in the Hamilton Park neighborhood of Jersey City, Revetment House. The building is the sister building to LeFrak's existing Embankment House.
Work has begun to relocate and renovate the South Street Seaport's landmarked Tin Building, the former home of the the Fulton Fish Market. The building, which was damaged in a 1995 fire and Hurricane Sandy in 2012, will be meticulously dismantled piece by piece before being moved roughly 30' east and reassembled.
Citiscape Consulting has revealed new renderings of 1508 Avenue Z in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. The radical 16-story design features a post-war Japanese Metabolism movement and blends organic materials with modern architecture.
Midwood Investment & Development has announced that BESTSELLER Wholesale U.S., a subsidiary of the international, family-owned fashion company BESTSELLER, has signed a lease for the fourth floor of 96 Spring Street, which is now fully leased.
Silverstein Properties has officially celebrated the grand opening of the Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners-designed 3 World Trade Center, the fourth tower of five planned to open in the World Trade Center at 175 Greenwich Street.
Developer KRE Group announces the launch of leasing at 485 Marin Boulevard, the newest and largest rental building in Jersey City’s Hamilton Park neighborhood. Situated in Hamilton Park, a residential destination known for its tree-lined streets and rows of historic Victorian brownstones, 485 Marin brings 397 apartments to the neighborhood.
There is a new $700 million mega-project coming to the South Bronx waterfront, Harlem River Yards. The project, headed by Related Companies in partnership with Somerset Companies and New York City Football Club, would bring New York City its first soccer specific stadium.
WeWork continues to rapidly expand in the Chelsea neighborhood. The $20 billion coworking giant signed a 100,000-square-foot lease at 214 West 29th Street with landlord Walter & Samuels. It will occupy floors two through eight at the 17-story office building between Seventh and Eighth Avenue.
World Wide Group and Rose Associates, the developers of 252 East 57th Street, the SOM-designed curved glass tower anchoring the eastern end of Manhattan’s 57th Street luxury residential corridor on Billionaires Row, has announced that the development has won the prestigious Urban Land Institute (ULI) Design Award for Excellence in Mixed-Use Development
New renderings have been released of the Selldorf Architects-designed expansion of Frick Collection. The expansion is expected to cost $160 million and construction will take 2 years to complete after breaking ground, which is not anticipated until 2020.
Time Out, the British-based company that is behind the Time Out series of magazines as well as the Time Out Market Lisbon and Time Out Market Miami, has announced that they will be opening a food hall on the Dumbo waterfront later this year.
Led by the developer-builder team of Related Companies, Vornado Realty LP, and Skanska USA, the conversion of the James A. Farley Post Office in Midtown is undergoing a conversion into the Moynihan Train Hall and will become part of the Penn-Farley transit and retail complex.
Newark Liberty International Airport has announced that they will replace Terminal A with a Grimshaw Architects and STV-designed, LEED Silver Certified Terminal One. Terminal One will feature 33-gates and will be designed to accommodate some 13.6 million annual travelers with over 1 million square feet of space.
The Moxy Hotel is opening a second location less than a year after opening their first NYC location, Moxy Hotel Times Square located at 485 Seventh Avenue, in 2017. The Financial District outpost will featured 298 rooms and will be located at 26 Ann Street, developed by Mark Grodan and Tribeca Associates.
Investment advisor Kepos Capital LP has signed a lease relocating its headquarters to 11 Times Square, a state-of-the-art, LEED-Gold-Certified commercial tower owned by SJP Properties in partnership with PGIM and Norges Bank.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the renovations to transform the historic Henry Fernbach-designed cast-iron building originally built in 1871, into office and retail use complete with a penthouse.
BD Hotels has officially opened Pod Times Square, Pod Hotels new flagship location in Times Square at the intersection of 42nd Street and Ninth Avenue (January 2018). The hotel features 665 micro-hotel rooms in addition to 45 Pod Pads, which are rental apartments available for short and long term leasing.
Permits have been filed for the expansion of the Studio Museum of Harlem. The museum will add a 6-story International Center for Contemporary Artists of African Descent next door to their existing building. The new ultra-modern structure will be designed by Adjaye Associates, led by Sir David Adjaye.
Caspi Development, Mactaggart Family & Partners, and Barone Management have finally broken ground on the long delayed 456 Greenwich Street hotel development in TriBeCa. The hotel will rise 8-stories, 110', and was designed by Stephen B. Jacobs with interiors by Martin Brudnizki.
The Foster + Partners 425 Park Avenue has begun its vertical rise as construction teams have completed restructuring the base floors of the site's original structure. When completed, 425 Park Avenue will rise 41-stories, 893', and is being developed by L&L Holding Company.
Steiner NYC has filed plans to expand its 15-acre Brooklyn Navy Yards Campus with the addition of a new 9-story building at 399 Sands Street. The building, which is being designed by Dattner Architects and will feature 412,030 SF to total development.
Construction has officially topped out on the TWA Hotel At JFK International Airport, one year after groundbreaking on December 15, 2016. The hotel breathes new life into the adjacent iconic, 1962 Eero Saarinen-designed TWA Flight Center, which will become the hotel's lobby and will feature an museum/ exhibition space open to the public.
Tishman Speyer's BIG-designed, 64-story office tower is just about ready to go vertical in Hudson yards. Located at 66 Hudson Boulevard, demotion and excavation work has been completed and the supertall is ready to begin foundation work.
European retail giant Unibail-Rodamco has reportedly agreed to take over Westfield Corp., another retail giant, for $15.7 billion. The move consolidates two of world’s largest mall operators after Westfield's shares fell 9% amid a decline in retail. Westfield Corp. operates the Westfield World Trade Center located in the Oculus at the WTC Transportation Hub
Related Companies has announced that the London-based hospitality firm Rhubarb will take over operations for the public spaces at 30 Hudson Yards. The supertall tower will have a slew of amenities spread over 10,000 SF open to the public including restaurants and retail.
Tan Architects have revealed their new renderings for 147-12 Roosevelt Avenue in Murray Hill, Queens. Permits have already been filed for the 4-story mixed-use building which is being developed by Ling Feng International. The building will feature 12,450 SF of total developed space with 3,290 SF of medical space on the first floor.
There has been an uber-shake-up at Trump Soho, the famous hotel-condo that opened in 2007 as the Trump Group and owner CIM Group have parted ways. The 46-story, 391-unit property was first developed by a partnership between Bayrock Group and Sapir Organization, who entered into a licensing deal with The Trump Group to brand and manage the property.