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Durst Pens Two New Leases at Midtown Office Tower

The Durst Organization has inked two new leases at its 1155 Avenue of the Americas property in Midtown Manhattan. The asking rent for the leased floors in the 790,000-square-foot office tower was $95 and $110 per square foot, according to the owner.

Publication Commercial Cafe
Date 2020-03-30
Author Commercial Cafe

Property owners turning NYC red, white and blue

Lower Manhattan property owners are turning the neighborhood red, white and blue in an effort to bolster moral as New York battles the corona virus.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2020-03-30
Author REW

Two Tech Companies Move Into Durst’s 1155 Sixth Avenue

Two tech companies are relocating within Midtown to the Durst Organization’s 1155 Avenue of the Americas, the landlord announced.

Publication Commercial Observer
Date 2020-03-27
Author Chava Gourarie

YIMBY Interviews Douglas Durst, Of The Durst Organization

When it comes to new development in New York City, one of the most prolific and notable of the current firms in existence is The Durst Organization, which previously led the construction of One World Trade Center in a public-private partnership with The Port Authority.

Publication New York YIMBY
Date 2020-03-25
Author Michael Young

Two tech firms moving to Durst’s 1155 Avenue of the Americas

The Durst Organization has announced that two technology companies, blockchain software firm R3 LLC, and Check Point Software Technologies, Inc., a cyber-security firm, have signed leased at 1155 Avenue of the Americas.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2020-03-24
Author REW
675 Third Avenue- Green Roof Installation
Installation of the 675 Third Avenue Green Roof. First, the garden fabric is laid out over the full length of the rooftop as a base for the growing. Next, square sod pads are laid on top of the strips of garden fabric. A walking area is installed around the perimeter of the sod for the caretakers. Finally, the sod pads are planted, watered, and left to grow.