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Fujitsu America, Two Other Tenants Renew at Durst’s 733 Third Avenue

Three tenants—Fujitsu America, Marwood Group and Continental Industries Group—have signed leases to remain at 733 Third Avenue between East 45th and East 46th Streets.

Publication Commercial Observer
Date 2017-10-11
Author Lauren Elkies Schram

Don't Get Too Comfortable at That Desk

First there were individual offices. Then cubicles and open floor plans. Now, there is a “palette of places.” New office designs are coming to a workplace near you, with layouts meant to cater to the variety of tasks required of modern white-collar workers. Put another way, it means people don’t sit in just one place.

Publication New York Times
Date 2017-10-06
Author Steve Lohr

Top 10 Biggest Retail Leases of September

The retail leasing summer slowdown in New York City has continued into the fall. The 10 biggest retail lease deals made public last month totaled 157,392 square feet, down 27,761 square feet from last month’s total of 185,153 square feet. The largest retail lease in September was for an entertainment space in Times Square.

Publication The Real Deal
Date 2017-10-05
Author Ashley McHugh-Chiappone

Jon Hamm, Norah Jones are celebs at Waterfront Gala at Brooklyn Bridge Park

The Waterfront Gala at Brooklyn Bridge Park will honor Douglas Durst, chairman of The Durst Organization, for his longstanding commitment to sustainability and the environment.

Publication Brooklyn Eagle
Date 2017-10-04
Author Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Saga of the Superblock: How Durst Made Good on his Massive Bet on West 57th St

After nearly 20 years of development, two rezonings and several changes in plans, the Durst Organization has closed a major chapter on its Hell’s Kitchen “superblock.” Last week, the developer leased out the final unit in Via57, the 709-unit rental building designed by the Bjarke Ingels Group.

Publication The Real Deal
Date 2017-10-03
Author Kathryn Brenzel
675 Third Avenue- Green Roof Installation
Installation of the 675 Third Avenue Green Roof