Broadway Dance Center has expanded its lease at 321 West 44th Street to about 30,000 square feet.
The school and studio, which has its entrance on the 230,000 square foot building’s 45th Street side entryway, which goes by the address 322 West 45th Street, offers both classes for beginners and workshops for seasoned dancers alike taught by acclaimed professionals.
Big Real Estate
Kushner Companies has named a team from the real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield as the new leasing agent for 321 West 44th Street, the asset that houses The New York Observer.
Arthur Mirante, C&W’s former chief executive who is now a top dealmaker at the firm, will lead leasing at the property along with C&W executives Jeff Lichtenberg and Joshua Goldman.
C&W will be replacing a team from Colliers International.
Hines Interests is selling its imposing 36-story, hexagon-topped tower at Seventh Avenue and 48th Street, multiple sources told The Observer.
The Texas-based real estate investment firm, with $22.9 billion in assets worldwide, bought the 600,000-square-foot midtown prize at 750 Seventh Avenue in partnership with General Motors in 2000. The sale price was $150 million, or $260 Read More
When Deloitte signed a 430,000-square-foot lease at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in December, it seemed like the space came from thin air.
The reality, it turns out, is nearly as dramatic: While law firm Chadbourne & Parke was mulling whether to renew its lease there, Deloitte swooped in and leased the space from under them, Read More
From the religious heart of the city to a center of commerce hung with Christmas bulbs, Rockefeller Center’s transformation is nearly complete.
An entity affiliated with a long-extinct church, St. Nicholas Collegiate Church, has sold the land rights to its former Rock Center site at 600 Fifth Avenue to Tishman Speyer for $165 million, according to Read More
When Bloomberg sailed into Wells Fargo’s chosen space at 120 Park Avenue, industry insiders were shaken by the switch. Now Crain’s reports that even Wells Fargo thought they had the space nailed:
“A few weeks ago, [senior vice president John] Saclarides got a call from the landlord telling him that the bank was being bumped Read More
The day Dumbo gets an extreme sports tenant will be the day elephants fly, or so we once thought.
Tough Mudder (“not your average lame-ass mud run or spirit-crushing ‘endurance’ road race,” says its Web site) has signed a one-year lease for 2,214 square feet of office space at 55 Washington Street. Trilogy Lacrosse has taken Read More
Across the city, hundreds of hammers are poised midair. Many believe that development will be frozen for years to come. But while the sight of New York City’s 600 stalled construction projects is difficult to ignore, those deep inside the industry say signs of a new boom are beginning to appear.
“It seems that there’s Read More
“Banks started to feel a lot better, businesses started to stabilize,” said CB Richard Ellis’ Ken Meyerson, reflecting on 2010. “There was a risk of it starting to get better and better.”
Mr. Meyerson, who helped broker 2010′s largest lease for tenant Société Générale, was not alone in eyeing the recovery in the office-leasing market Read More
360 Madison Avenue
“Can it be,” queried architecture critic James Gardner a few years ago in the New York Sun, “that 360 Madison Avenue, which seems to have sprung up out of nowhere on the northwest corner of 45th Street, is the best new building in midtown in over a generation?”
Well, Communication Partners Group, Read More