Is Sotheby’s Eyeing a Move to Hudson Yards? Vandals Deface Land Art With ‘666’

The house is working with Peter Riguardi of commercial real estate company JLL.

Hudson Yards: a collaboration of public and private monies.
A rendering of Hudson Yards.

Could Sotheby’s be eyeing a move to Hudson Yards? The house has tapped Peter Riguardi of commercial real estate company JLL to help search out a new location, according to the New York Post. However, Riguardi disputed any speculation. “The information about Sotheby's is completely incorrect,” he told Artnet News.

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Is Sotheby’s Eyeing a Move to Hudson Yards? Vandals Deface Land Art With ‘666’