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#NamethatBuilding

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Hint: Renzo Piano Played Here

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Each Friday, The Commercial Observer posts images of building artwork–be it a sculpture, mural or installation–in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob.

Test your knowledge of New York City’s estimated 6,000 office properties and take a stab at the address at which the art resides–and guess the artwork itself–in our comment section after the jump or by Tweeting #NamethatBuilding. The answer will be revealed later today Read More

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Hint: Architect Ronnette Riley Owns a Model of This Building and 3,499 Others

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Each Friday, The Commercial Observer posts images of building artwork–be it a sculpture, mural or installation–in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob.

Test your knowledge of New York City’s estimated 6,000 office properties and take a stab at the address at which the art resides–and guess the artwork itself–in our comment section after the jump or by Tweeting #NamethatBuilding. The answer will be revealed later today.

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Hint: A View Of The Brooklyn Bridge, Just Steps Away From Bryant Park

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Each Friday, The Commercial Observer posts images of building artwork–be it a sculpture, mural or installation–in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob.

Test your knowledge of New York City’s estimated 6,000 office properties and take a stab at the address at which the art resides–and guess the artwork itself–in our comment section after the jump or by Tweeting #NamethatBuilding. The answer will be revealed later today. Read More

#NamethatBuilding

Hint: It’s About Time (Equities)

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Each Friday, The Commercial Observer posts images of building artwork–be it a sculpture, mural or installation–in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob.

Test your knowledge of New York City’s estimated 6,000 office properties and take a stab at the address at which the art resides–and guess the artwork itself–in our comment section after the jump or by Tweeting #NamethatBuilding. The answer will be revealed later today. Read More

#NamethatBuilding

Hint: Shipping Tycoon Aristotle Onassis Meets Skidmore, Owings and Merrill

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Each Friday, The Commercial Observer posts images by photographer Luke Hammerman of building artwork–be it a sculpture, mural or installation–in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob.

Test your knowledge of New York City’s estimated 6,000 office properties and take a stab at the address at which the art resides–and guess the artwork itself–in our comment section after the jump or by Tweeting #NamethatBuilding. The answer will be revealed later today. Read More

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Hint: Jon Corzine and Chelsea Clinton Once Worked In This Office Building

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Each Friday, The Commercial Observer posts images of building artwork–be it a sculpture, mural or installation–in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob.

Test your knowledge of New York City’s estimated 6,000 office properties and take a stab at the address at which the art resides–and guess the artwork itself–in our comment section after the jump or by Tweeting #NamethatBuilding. The answer will be revealed later today. Read More

#NamethatBuilding

Hint: Inventors of the Mobile and ATM

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Each Friday, The Commercial Observer posts images of building artwork–be it a sculpture, mural or installation–in an effort to sharpen your memory and give you the opportunity to prove your worth as a broker, or, for that matter, an art snob.

Test your knowledge of New York City’s estimated 6,000 office properties and take a stab at the address at which the art resides–and guess the artwork itself–in our comment section after the jump or by Tweeting #NamethatBuilding. The answer will be revealed later today. Read More