The Kushner Companies and Los Angeles-based CIM Group recently closed on the $50 million acquisition of 200 Lafayette Street and will reposition the historic 7-story property as a Class A, LEED-certified SoHo office building.
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In a sale and lease back transaction, W.P. Carey & Co. has acquired 21 of the venerable newspaper’s 27 floors at its 620 Eighth Avenue headquarters building.
Silverstein Properties appears close to landing a major tenant for its LEED Gold-certified 7 World Trade Center.
Two new deals have closed for a total of 6500 square feet across the tower’s speculative upper floors.
After its recent $200 million acquisition, a New York City real estate firm will pursue a LEED rating for capital improvements that it hopes will yield rents in the $150 per square foot range.
HSBC appears to be on the move from Midtown to 10 floors and 300,000 square feet at 7 World Trade Center in lower Manhattan: New York City’s first LEED Gold skyscraper.
The 10-story, 100,000-square-foot former home of the National Audubon Society, which dates from 1891 and – for several reasons – is considered Manhattan’s first green building, recently traded hands for $70 million.
A recent report out of the University of San Diego has ranked U.S. cities by total square footage of LEED- or Energy Star-rated office space, and New York City has finished third.
The New York Times Building has secured a tenant for its fifth and final retail availability, a 3200-square-foot space that will feature a new restaurant concept from the Schnipper brothers.