CBS Radio finally found its home of 75,000 square feet at 345 Hudson Street, as Real Estate Weekly reported.
But here’s some new information that everyone loves: Rent numbers!
CBS will take the 10th and 11th floors with rents starting at $34.50 a square foot for the first five years, $37.25 in the next five Read More
Bill Clinton is reincarnated.
The chairman of the Working Families Party wants to bet that his party will get more votes than the Conservative Party.
Ben notes that so far, no evidence has surfaced to prove that the Republican robo-calls made in a some close congressional races here are Read More
In its application for another $7 million in tax breaks from the Industrial Development Agency (this time an exemption to the mortgage recording tax), the Related Companies lists some “projected tenants” at Bronx Terminal Market: BJ’s, Home Depot, Target, Best Buy, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Marshall’s. BJ’s, you may recall, had long been rumoured, Read More
BLDGBLOG’s cri de coeur regarding architectural criticism pushes the theory that saying “Gee, the new Home Depot really sucks” isn’t given the importance it deserves. Drop Le Corbusier from your vocabulary, and check out the new games from Electronic Arts if you want to engage ordinary Americans in the architectural game. Otherwise, Read More
Tribeca residents don’t shop for food. They get Hermes and BMW instead. (Metro) Lower Manhattan Development Corporation to spend $19.5 million on six parks and public spaces in Lower Manhattan, including the lot bordered by Canal, Varick and Laight Streets. Oh, and frozen weeds. Read More
Can you really pronounce this?
Ken Langone, who has kind of vanished from haunting Eliot Spitzer in recent days, pops up as expected in Tom Suozzi’s campaign filing.
He and his family contributed $64,000 to Suozzi’s “liberation” (as Tom has described it); Citizen Action counts up a total of more than $500,000 linked to Langone. (Some of Read More
Mike‘s latest play at poaching Freddy’s base? The Puerto Rican Day Parade.
Today’s spin on the turf war included a letter to Fifth Ave. co-op board presidents, in which Mike implored them to leave parade security to the NYPD. Traditionally, the mayor’s neighbors fortify their own digs with sheets of plywood, chain-link, and Read More