Month: October 2019

Just in time for Halloween, Dumbo is going to “welcome” you with a new waterfront sign on what is now known as the Panorama project. The former Watchtower-owned buildings had eponymous signage removed from the 30 Columbia Heights building in 2017, as The Post reported. That red Watchtower sign replaced an earlier ER Squibb &
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The new No. 7 Kevin Durant Brooklyn Nets shirts are already available at Modell’s Sporting Goods, and that national retailer of sports equipment and apparel is also moving its offices. It will move in 2020 to 26,607 square feet on the second floor and a portion of the third floor at 1430 Broadway on the
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A new trophy-office offering is hitting the market and could sell for in excess of $400 million. Materials are circulating for the sale of 900 Third Ave., between East 54th and 55th streets, where a large outside glass-covered atrium near the top of the 36-story tower could be transformed into building amenity space. The Paramount
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The once-opaque facade of 550 Madison Ave. is finally letting in some light. A soaring, 30-foot-tall arched window in its new lobby will let sidewalk strollers see directly into a public garden behind it, Realty Check has learned. Olayan Group bought the recently land-marked former Sony headquarters for $1.4 billion in 2016. It’s spending $300
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Meet the millennials who prefer a nostalgic design aesthetic inspired by the quirky comfort of their grandparents’ homes and the opulence of bygone eras. Some call it grandma chic, others label it forward-thinking traditionalism and another set dubs it preppy eclecticism. But devotees of the style have been nicknamed “grandmillennials” — a portmanteau of grandma
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This Soho apartment at 100 Prince St. was once owned by the late theater director and producer James Hammerstein, the son of Oscar Hammerstein II — of Rogers and Hammerstein fame. The 2,082-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit is now on the market for $4.95 million. The home features traditional tin ceilings nearly 13 feet tall, large windows,
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Power couple Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber have been house hunting in Nolita, Gimme Shelter has learned. The supermodel and hospitality entrepreneur, who have been married since 1998, just checked out the most expensive listing still on the market at 152 Elizabeth St., a seven-unit building designed by Pritzker Prize-winning starchitect Tadao Ando. It’s his
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Tony Award-winning Broadway producer Marc Routh — of “Angels in America,” “Hairspray,” “Gypsy” and mind-benders like “The Encounter” — and his partner, artist Asher Remy-Toledo, have listed their Chelsea home for $5.6 million. Marc RouthJohn Lamparski/WireImage The sprawling five-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex loft at 131 W. 24th St. is 4,200 square feet and comes with keyed
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The e-commerce plug-in Yotpo will move and expand to 27,269 square feet at 400 Lafayette St. on the northwest corner of East 4th Street. The fourth-floor sublease from SeatGeek includes the installation, which has glass-fronted offices and rooms. The multilevel spaces have open seating, multiple breakout rooms, conference rooms and phone booths — plus the
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Office furniture designer Knoll has renewed and expanded to 60,500 square feet at 1330 Avenue of the Americas between West 53rd and 54th streets. The company’s showroom will remain on the second and third floors but also expand into a portion of the fourth floor. The latter floor was being used for its executive offices,
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In the latest step forward for affordable Central Harlem housing, two buildings with 214 rental apartments have been sold to real estate firm Fairstead Affordable. The company paid $75.5 million for 560 Lenox Ave. and nearby 50 W. 139th St. for the buildings previously owned by Harlen Housing. Ariel Property Advisors’ Victor Sozio and Matthew
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