SL Green, the city’s biggest office landlord, will release its third-quarter earnings today after the close of stock market trading. The real estate investment trust’s management team, led by chief executive Marc Holliday, will then host a conference call on Tuesday afternoon.
The Observer‘s John Koblin noted that SL Green’s stock has had a rough 2007. The landlord remains active in New York, however. If you had its portfolio, including One Madison Avenue and 1515 Broadway, you would too.