Our Week in Commercial Real Estate: MoMA Tower; Plaza District Rents; 2Q Investment Sales; Verizon; Downzonings
Tom Acitelli July 29, 2011, 2:05 p.m.
Jean Nouvel’s controversial MoMA tower is back!
Ghurka’s moving its flagship from the Plaza to the Sherry.
Sunnyside and Woodside in Queens got downzoned.
There was major movement on retail at the trade center site.
Robert Knakal broke down 2Q investment sales by borough.
The Plaza district office market showed signs of pre-Lehman-ness.
Sam Chandan stayed on top of the European crisis.
Michael Stoler broke down Verizon’s selling spree in the city.
Jill Abramson’s publisher expanded at 41 Madison.
We asked where the city might put its vaunted tech campus. Roosevelt Island?
Start-up leased in Winter’s 26 West 17th.
A five-story townhouse in the Village traded for $1,059 a square foot.
SL Green’s Jason Black talked to us about sustainability.
Rosen Seymour re-upped at 757 Third.
And Hal Fetner sat for his longest interview ever.
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