Pity the lawyers these days.
Law firm Milbank Tweed Hadley McCloy LLP, which currently occupies high-floor space in fabulous Chase Manhattan Plaza, will likely not be able to stay. JPMorgan Chase, which owns the building, wants more space for itself in the brimming tower. Meanwhile, Milbank’s lease expires in 2013, with a five-year renewal option, but Read More
The mystery midtown media tenant that wants to fill SL Green’s 100 Church Street has been revealed as Sirius XM Radio.
The Observer learned last week that someone was coming to fill the empty space, which would amount to more than 250,000 square feet, or 180,000 square feet of contiguous space. SL Green bought the little Read More
The city is still wheeling with the news that Kate Spade has launched a nostalgic line of mint green bicycles. Now Ms. Spade is toodling into some bigger downtown digs.
One can no longer enjoy a stroll through the Brooklyn Flea or a breezy brunch in the Village without being garotted by a pink patent Read More
The Core Group, whose role in the Selling New York realty reality series might just inspire a generation of eager young residential brokers, is expanding.
The firm has taken 5,500 square feet for 10 years at the Kaufman Organization’s 100-104 Fifth Avenue. The brokers who hawk high-priced apartments with a certain Miami Beach flair also have a retail location at 127 Read More
Sometimes lawyers get so excited about closing deals, they close them early.
Intellectual property firm Gottlieb Rackman & Reisman have signed a 15,948-square-foot renewal for seven years well in advance of their lease expiration in the Plaza district’s 270 Madison Avenue. “I think it was a mutual understanding that we wanted to keep them in Read More
When Bill Clinton arrived in Harlem on a sweltering summer day in 2001, Governor George Pataki proclaimed it “William Jefferson Clinton Day” in New York. Thousands of people flooded Adam Clayton Powell Jr. plaza and serenaded him with saxophones while the ex-president beamed like he’d invented jazz.
It’s therefore impossible to overstate the news that Read More