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Food ordering platform Olo joins tech roster at 1 WTC

The Durst Organization and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced that Olo has signed a 10-year lease for 36,099 s/f on the entire 82nd floor of One World Trade Center. The technology company, founded in 2005, is moving its headquarters from 26 Broadway.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2019-06-19
Author REW

Olo Orders Up Full Floor at 1 WTC

Digital restaurant ordering platform Olo has leased the 36,099-square-foot 82nd floor of One World Trade Center in a relocation from 26 Broadway. Separately, AI company ASAPP Inc. has expanded by 10,691 square feet for a total of 36,690 square feet on the tower’s 80th floor.

Publication Connect Media
Date 2019-06-19
Author Connect Media

Watch a Live Bee Cam of the Hives Atop One Bryant Park

Before 2010, urban beekeeping was banned in New York City. When that regulation was lifted, in conjunction with a trend towards urban agriculture, beekeeping became an it-trend.

Publication Untapped Cities
Date 2019-06-18
Author Michelle Young

Bow, Romeo and Grimaldo of Durst Org. lease 37,768 s/f to Vevo LLC; Berke and Ortiz of Newmark Knight Frank rep tenant

According to The Durst Org., Vevo LLC signed a five-year lease for 37,768 s/f on the 25th floor of One Five One West 42nd St. Vevo has sub-leased the floor from law firm Skadden Arps for the past seven years.

Publication New York Real Estate Journal
Date 2019-06-18
Author NYREJ

Durst Org. completes 32,512 s/f lease expansion at One Five One; NKF acts for tenant, Nasdaq

According to the Durst Org., Nasdaq, Inc. signed a 15-year lease for 32,512 s/f on the 28th floor of One Five One West 42nd St. The deal brings Nasdaq’s total at One Five One, their global headquarters, to 180,000 s/f.

Publication New York Real Estate Journal
Date 2019-06-18
Author NYREJ
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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.