WWD | 3/1/2016

Stephen M. Ross Discusses His Vision for Hudson Yards

One hundred thirty thousand tons of steel. Sixteen skyscrapers. Twenty million square feet. Twenty-three thousand construction jobs. Twenty-eight thousand shrubs. Two concrete platforms covering 660,000 square feet. It’s difficult to get a handle on the mammoth, 28-acre, $20 billion Hudson Yards, and to imagine what it will be like with all of its components and complexities, and its impact on New York City.

The National | 4/26/2016

Mall magnate ventures beyond US to Abu Dhabi

Ken Himmel knows how to build malls, and can re-energise the urban landscape around them.

The New York Times | 4/22/2016

Robert A.M. Stern Has Plans for Tribeca

Sales have begun at 70 Vestry in Tribeca, a 46-unit condominium across from Hudson River Park.

City Biz List | 4/7/2016

Ledgemont Center Becomes Ledgemont Technology Center

Now 94 percent leased.

Commercial Property Executive | 4/5/2016

Rehabbed Boston Office Sells for $150M

Real Estate GmbH purchased the office building occupied by Converse.

LA Times | 4/2/2016

For Some Downtown LA Dogs, the Living is Easy

Apartments are boasting amenities for pets that would make most humans drool.

Boston Globe | 4/1/2016

Converse Has a New Landlord

A German investment fund paid $150M for Converse’s headquarters in Boston.

Barnet & Whetstone | 3/18/2016

Green Light for Venture to Build at Brent Cross

Preparation, design and construction can now go ahead on the 180-acre area site.

New York Post | 3/10/2016

The Kids Are All Right — At This New UES Rental

Gotham’s most family-friendly luxury rental is here with The Easton.

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