Art in Real Estate
A New York State Supreme Court Judge on Friday at least temporarily blocked Aby Rosen’s plans to remove Pablo Picasso’s “Le Tricorne” from the Four Seasons.
Mr. Rosen’s RFR Holding, owner of the Seagram Building, which holds the Four Seasons, planned to take the century-old painting down to repair a limestone wall behind it, reportedly referred to Read More
It was a sea of watery witticisms on the steps of City Hall this afternoon, as supporters of Governors Island, clad in orange lifejackets, gathered to protest the Island’s omission from the state budget. Beneath an inflatable 22-foot curved pink tube, their signs ranged from the predictably maritime — “Keep the Island Afloat!” “Don’t Let Read More
One of the ongoing points of contention between civic organizations and the developers of the planned Moynihan Station complex is whether Madison Square Garden should be allowed to advertise on the Beaux-Arts façade of the Farley Post Office, which would serve as the Eighth Avenue entrance to the new arena. Today, a coalition of 17 Read More