The ever-troubled Deutsche Bank building at Ground Zero seems to be moving a bit closer to deconstruction, as the state announced today that it has approved an abatement plan for the tower at 130 Liberty Street.
After a fire at the building killed two firefighters this summer, the deconstruction of the damaged Read More
Almost five months after a deadly fire halted deconstruction on the former Deutsche Bank building at Ground Zero, the state has picked a new contractor to oversee its demolition, New York-based LVI Services (which also specializes in controlling the “superbug” bacteria … just in case).
Ironically, LVI was originally slated Read More
The Paramount Group paid more than $500 million for Deutsche Bank’s tower of approximately 700,000 square feet at 31 West 52nd Street, according to a source, bringing the German bank’s tower into the hands of a German landlord.
Paramount, led by CEO Albert Behler and backed by investors in Germany, bought 60 Wall Street Read More