The Bryant Park Corporation wants the current Fashion Week to be one of the last in the midtown plaza. It’s been working with city officials to scout potential new spaces for next year’s Fashion Weeks, said Daniel Biederman, president of the Bryant Park Corporation.
The problem? Fashion Week, Mr. Biederman said, eats into the Read More
Tomorrow is the last chance to view what could possibly be the creepiest advertising campaign to hit Manhattan in recent memory, the world’s largest snowglobe in Bryant Park.
Live actors dressed in ice-hockey, ski, and snow-boarding gear have been holed up in the two-story tall vinyl dome that’s 20 feet in diameter since Friday to Read More
Despite the hype about green roofs; despite the rampant branding of luxury residences with names like the Solaire and Tribeca Green; despite the cachet that once-repulsive ideas have now garnered (waterless urinals! recycled rainwater!), technologies that allow buildings to generate at least a portion of their own power in a clean, efficient way are having Read More
Downtown Manhattan grabbed headlines throughout the end of February, as Governors Spitzer and Corzine endorsed—however begrudgingly—the Freedom Tower and the board of the Port Authority signed off on $500 million in funding for the skyscraper.
Analysts ticked off the usual litany of benchmarks showing downtown’s resurgence in the last five years: the low vacancy rates Read More
Women’s fashion boutique Elie Tahari has officially signed a 29,674-square-foot lease for the 50th floor at Doug Durst’s One Bryant Park, a deal The Observer first reported earlier this month.
In related news, The Real Deal reports in its current issue that Elie Tahari is also busy buying the entire east end Read More
The budding 54-story 1 Bryant Park is still a year from opening, but recent negotiations have moved the tower toward 100 percent occupancy.
The Durst-developed building is on the verge of two new leases: one with the hedge fund Marathon Asset Management for two floors with a total of 75,000 square feet, said a Read More