Empire State Building
The New York State Attorney General’s office is reportedly reviewing the Leona M. Helmsley estate’s liquidation of its stake in the properties launched as part of the Empire State Realty Trust REIT last month, which includes the Empire State Building.
The process will begin once the Helmsley estate files a final accounting of the sale Read More
Malkin Holdings has received an unsolicited $710 million offer for One Grand Central Place – another surprise twist that could stifle plans to make the Empire State Building part of a real estate investment trust.
The 1.3-million-square-foot, 55-story building at 60 East 42nd Street is the second largest building in the proposed Empire State Realty Read More
Cushman & Wakefield duo Harry Blair and Sean Kearns have been named the exclusive leasing and managing agents for 501 Seventh Avenue, the W&H Properties-owned 18-story office building in the thick of the Midtown South market, it was announced in a press release today.
Two companies have taken 5,289 square feet at W&H Properties‘ 112 West 34th Street, one of the landlord’s biggest properties and one which was recently renovated.
This ran with Josh Barbanel’s Journal story this morning on how much foreign tenants love the Empire State Building, Malkin Holdings’ art deco icon off 35th Street.
One year of record leasing in a rough economy is hard enough, but two? That’s just what Tony Malkin’s W&H Properties pulled off at One Grand Central Place, the former Lincoln Building, leasing well over 200,000 square feet in consecutive years.
Last year saw the monstrous midtown building that towers over the terminal of the Read More
Maybe there was more than just the skyline when it came to Tony Malkin’s fight with Vornado Realty Trust over its proposed 15 Penn Plaza, which will partially obscure views of Mr. Malkin’s iconic Art Deco tower. It turns out that Malkin Hoildings made a pretty good return last year of $16 million Read More
The Commercial Observer: How did 2009 shape up for Malkin Holdings?
Anthony Malkin: We leased over 1.1 million square feet, of which just over 400,000 square feet was renewal, but the balance was all new leases. We did over 200,000 square feet in our suburban office portfolio in Stamford and Read More
The last thing Fred Posniak expected to hear when he walked into a regularly scheduled public relations meeting last week was that Malkin Holdings’ prestigious W&H brand of prewar Manhattan properties was on track for a record-shattering year. But in a year that most analysts would describe as positively inert, the portfolio is expected to Read More