Our Week in Commercial Real Estate: Uptown Development; 1385 Full-Floor Deal; 636 A of A Anchor; St. Vincent’s Breakthrough
Tom Acitelli Aug. 5, 2011, 3 p.m.
Vornado’s would-be Port Authority tower appeared to be running low on gas.
appeared to be running low on gas.
Tom Colicchio has a farm on East 29th, apparently.
Dan Biederman slammed cabbies and our beloved Steve Cuozzo.
Billy Macklowe and Jones Lang LaSalle turned 636 Avenue of the Americas into the SecondHand Building.
An era ended at the Chelsea Hotel as Joseph Chetrit closed on his buy.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission O.K.’d a new plan for St. Vincent’s.
We had more on that mini-development boom uptown.
The so-called ground zero mosque might, in fact, be five years off.
We wondered where Class A midtown availability was headed.
There was a full-floor deal in 1385 Broadway.
And another one at 561 Seventh.
Sam Chandan breaks down the debt-ceiling deal in D.C. and is not impressed.
We profiled Josh Kuriloff at Cushman & Wakefield. They love him in Chicago.
And we interviewed Shimon Shkury about uptown investment sales.