Don’t be a hater, Harry.
In addition to recently buying a midtown hotel, East 77th St. townhouse and a couple units in The Plaza, developer Harry Macklowe has become embroiled in a dispute with his chocolatier tenant, Fauchon, reports the New York Times.
The argument revolves around Fauchon’s retail Read More
Larry Silverstein, responding to the latest offer by the Port Authority, et. al., will not go softly along with either new World Trade Center proposal. His spokesman (or one of his spokesmen) Howard Rubenstein issued a statement today:
“There are significant new elements, which differ substantially from prior negotiations. For example, we are concerned Read More
Camper, Deadhead, scholar, a scion for the times: He’s Howard’s boy, but he’s really earning it; entrusted with the good name of names you know, from Rolling Stone to the Met
Trying to pry information out of Steven Rubenstein is a cruel job for a reporter-especially when the subject is Steven Rubenstein.
“Part of Read More
Real-estate developer and Port Authority board member Charles Kushner may soon be facing yet another lawsuit from former colleagues and business partners.
The political heavyweight has been beset since early last year by claims made by his brother, Murray, a former business partner, and Robert Yontef, his former accounting manager, that he misdirected company funds Read More
The incoming chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will recuse himself from decisions regarding one of the bistate agency’s largest and most controversial development initiatives: construction of a high-rise office building above the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
That’sbecause CharlesKushner, a real-estate developer who is NewJersey Governor James E. McGreevey’s choicetobecome Read More
When 20-year-old San Anselmo, Calif., native John Walker headed
to Afghanistan to fight with the Taliban, he presumably renounced the commercial,
impulses that have contributed to the United States’ bad
But even before the prison
ship U.S.S. Bataan unloads its
notorious cargo in Cuba and the next step of Mr. Walker’s Read More
Sharon Baum, a broker with the Corcoran Group, stepped out of her chauffeured Rolls-Royce in front of 9 East 72nd Street on the afternoon of Feb. 5., a rhinestone pin that read “SOLD” sparkling on her lapel. Ms. Baum headed inside the Beaux Arts mansion, one of six Upper East Side townhouses, spread out over Read More
Harry Macklowe has the perfect real estate deal for the harried chief executive who rides the Metro-North rails into the city every day from the bucolic horse country of northern Westchester County. The developer is shopping around drawings of an elegant new skyscraper he wants to build, just a block from Grand Central Terminal, on Read More