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The Death of Densification?

Office size had gotten smaller but more populated. Thankfully, this looks like it's ending.

Publication Commercial Observer
Date 2017-09-11
Author David Neil

Sparks Steak House to stay open with 15-year lease, owner says

The sizzle is not out at Sparks Steak House, owner Michael Cetta said. Cetta said he signed a 15-year lease with the Durst Organization, the landlord at 210 E. 46th St., where Sparks has been serving up pricey cuts for four decades.

Publication AM New York
Date 2017-09-11
Author Sarina Trangle

Legendary Steakhouse Sparks Will Not Close After All

New York legend Sparks Steak House is no longer in danger of closing. The Post reports that the historic steakhouse renewed its lease at 210 East 46 Street, a change from when the restaurant said earlier this year that it may need to seek a new, cheaper location due to a rent hike.

Publication NY Eater
Date 2017-09-11
Author Patty Diez

For Once, High Rent Hasn’t Forced a New York Institution to Shutter

Back in June, it was rumored that Sparks, one of New York’s best steakhouses, was possibly in store for an unwelcome 50th birthday present from its landlord, the Durst Organization: a 100 percent rent hike.

Publication Grub Street
Date 2017-09-11
Author Chris Crowley

Moving would be a missed steak: Sparks inks new 15-year lease at Midtown East digs

Sparks steakhouse is holding onto its prime Midtown East location despite rumors that high rents would push the restaurant out.

Publication The Real Deal
Date 2017-09-11
Author Kathryn Brenzel
675 Third Avenue- Green Roof Installation
Installation of the 675 Third Avenue Green Roof