Kushner Companies has named a team from the real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield as the new leasing agent for 321 West 44th Street, the asset that houses The New York Observer.
Arthur Mirante, C&W’s former chief executive who is now a top dealmaker at the firm, will lead leasing at the property along with C&W executives Jeff Lichtenberg and Joshua Goldman.
C&W will be replacing a team from Colliers International.
Schiff Hardin traces its roots to Civil War Chicago, but since the 1970s, it has had a growing presence across the country, including its move to New York in 1991. Given its growing prominence, the firm is moving its headquarters to an apropriately handsome location, 666 Fifth Avenue.
The 28-attorney office, part of a 400-person Read More
Pop artist Peter Tunney isn’t crashing at Crobar anymore.
These days, the 48-year-old reformed nightcrawler fantasizes about waking up at the Strand!
“My wife, she reads. I go home and watch [Ultimate Fighting Championship],” explained Mr. Tunney, pointing to his recent painting of a large chalkboard with the phrase “I must read Read More
The Carlyle Group closed today on the purchase of an interest in the retail condo at 666 Fifth Avenue, the tower that Kushner Companies bought last year for a then-record $1.8 billion, according to a source familiar with the deal.
Carlyle Group -– the mammoth private equity group that manages $82.7 Read More
Victoria’s Secret, lingerie maker to the masses, will remain in 666 Fifth Avenue, the cloud-buster Jared Kushner (owner of The Observer) bought from Tishman Speyer for a record-setting $1.8 billion.
The company renewed its lease for 55,755 square feet, at $92 a square foot, for five more years in the 41-story building, which just Read More