Tag Archives: East 40s office space


As office space gets smaller, changes in office dynamics

As the average amount of space per office worker has dropped, the dynamic in the office environment has changed.

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Yesteryear’s $3 per-square-foot space goes for $100-plus

Nearly 70 years after buying a building in Manhattan’s grimy meatpacking district, the landlord has just cut a deal for the penthouse at a very tasty rent.

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1049 Fifth Ave

How do you get a Park Avenue address?

Location, location, location. Developers do what they can to get their projects a prestigious address. This New York Times article reveals some ways to turn a project into a prestigious Park Avenue address.

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12 Ugliest Buildings in NYC

TimeOut New York reviews what some consider the 12 ugliest buildings in New York City

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Office leasing was hot in 4Q 2014

Office leasing in Manhattan ended 2014 strong. The borough’s vacancy rate dropped to 9.5%.

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City Approves Plan to Convert Pay Phones to Wi-Fi Hot Spots

The plan to convert New York City’s obsolete pay phone kiosks into Wi-Fi hot spots was approved unanimously by the Franchise and Concession Review Committee. The $200 million LinkNYC plan will eventually bring up to 10,000 hot spots to the city over the next eight years.

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Long-planned LES project inks first tenant

Regal Cinemas theater will take 65,000 square feet at the base of a rental apartment building to be built at 115 Delancy Street

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205 East 42nd Street

WeWork moves uptown

The provider of office suites to creative users and startups, which generally prefers “cool” locations, will open its first midtown outpost at 205 East 42nd Street.

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Trimming NYC’s List of Potential Landmarks

The Landmarks Preservation Commission is proposing to remove more than 100 structures from their list of buildings under consideration for protection as historic landmarks.

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NYC Taxi retires to Vermont

After 310,000 miles on the streets of New York City, one taxi has “retired” to Vermont.

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