The New York City Council approved plans yesterday for the 630-foot New York Wheel and Empire Outlets mall after an undisclosed agreement hashed out by the developer of the mall and the Building and Construction Trades Council earlier this week. Read More
The Howard Hughes Corporation launched the redevelopment of the South Street Seaport today with a groundbreaking ceremony for the Pier 17 building.
The $200 million project will yield 365,000 square feet of retail space — a mix of shops, dining and entertainment options — highlighted by a one and a half-acre rooftop and what the developer said will be a world-class Read More
Developer Francis Greenburger of Time Equities has secured $400 million in financing to move forward with a Helmut Jahn-designed downtown Manhattan residential tower at 50 West Street.
The Wall Street Journal reported last night that the financing gives the developer the go to begin construction on the long-stalled 63-story residential project, which will overlook Battery Read More
Trinity Church has decided to knock down its parish office building at 68-74 Trinity Place to make way for a 296,000-square-feet mixed-use tower to be designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli.
Reverend Dr. James Cooper, 17th Rector of Trinity Wall Street, announced yesterday that the church’s vestry voted to replace the 90-year old structure.
“We are delighted Read More
The owners of 28-46 West 23rd Street are exploring an expansion of the building amid a hot streak in the Midtown South office district that has driven down vacancy and pushed rents up, The Commercial Observer has learned.
The Staten Island site of a former Naval port base will soon be transformed into 14 acres of waterfront residential properties and retail space, the city announced last week. Read More
A mixed-use development project for downtown Hempstead, Long Island, was officially deemed a “Project of Regional Significance,” by the Long Island Regional Planning Council, it was announced yesterday.
The redevelopment is a Public-Private Partnership between Renaissance Downtowns-Urban America (RDUA) and the Village of Hempstead set to rise around the Long Island Railroad station and the town’s bus depot.
Renaissance Downtown was recently named the developer in what is slated to be a $2 billion project. Read More