Charles Bagli has been covering the epic real estate battles of New York City for nearly a quarter of a century. From his perch at The Times, and before that The Observer, Bagli has written about everything from the demise of the Helmsley Empire to the rise of Riverside South, from Read More
30 Rockefeller Plaza
Alec Baldwin might be leaving the hit television show 30 Rock in 2012, but at least the building will have Rain Africa. The South African bath, body and home retailer is taking 1,247 square feet at 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
Michael Stone of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant. Read More
Nautadutilh, a law firm founded in 1724, has signed a 10-year renewal for 7,360 square feet on the 15th floor of One Rockefeller Plaza. The asking rent was $69 per square foot, according to Crain’s, but landlord incentives likely drove down the taking rent.
“Nautadutilh, which has been a Read More
Nauta Dutilh, a law firm founded in 1724, has signed a 10-year renewal for 7,360 square feet on the 15th floor of One Rockefeller Plaza. The asking rent was $69 per square foot, according to Crain’s, but landlord incentives likely drove down the taking rent.
“Nauta Dutilh, which has been a tenant at One Rockefeller Read More
Topping out this week of the 662,000-square-foot tower, developed by Tishman Speyer in Long Island City. Read More
Here’s the complaint filed in federal district court in which mortgage holders foreclosed on the owners of Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village, a team led by Tishman Speyer.
It’s time stamped Tuesday at 12:48 p.m., and the plaintiffs are Bank of America and U.S. Bank, on behalf of special servicer CWCapital, which is coordinating Read More
To flip through the pages of the 2006 offering book for potential buyers of the 11,200-apartment Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village-a deal that has devolved into the largest individual property default in modern history-is to immerse oneself in an historical delusion, one that, from today’s privileged vantage point, appears as likely as Read More
The list of those pummeled by the debacle of a real estate deal at Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village is a wide-ranging one. It’s vaporized entire investments made by, to name a few, two California pension funds ($600 million), a Florida pension fund ($250 million), and the Church of England ($70 million), Read More
More than three years after it began, real estate giant Tishman Speyer’s ambitious and high-priced quest to control a chunk of the East Side of Manhattan has come to a close.
Early Monday morning, Tishman Speyer and partner BlackRock issued a statement saying they intend to transfer control of the 11,200-unit Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village to Read More
Real estate giant Tishman Speyer is hiring fresh help for its public image.
The firm announced Wednesday that Michelle Adams, the well-connected executive director of the Association for a Better New York and an aide to ABNY chairman and landlord Bill Rudin, would be its new managing director for public affairs.
The hire Read More