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Second Round Of Long Island City’s Skyscraper Boom Gets Underway As Durst’s 67-Story Queens Plaza Park Begins Rising At 27-29 Queens Plaza North

Located in Long Island City at 27-29 Queens Plaza North, Queens Plaza Park will soon be one of the tallest skyscrapers in both Queens and New York City. It is also addressed as 29-37 41st Avenue.

Publication New York Yimby
Date 2018-12-05
Author Michael Young

I Love Kickboxing Chain Heading to Far West Side

A kickboxing studio chain took space on the ground floor of the Durst Organization’s Frank 57 West, Commercial Observer has learned.

Publication Commercial Observer
Date 2018-12-03
Author Nicholas Rizzi

NYC's new One World Trade Center dominates the skyline — but I went inside and it didn't look like the bland, traditional office building I was expecting

New York City's new One World Trade Center, nicknamed the "Freedom Tower," cost $4 billion and took eight years to build between the start of construction in 2006 and the first tenants moving in 2014.

Publication Business Insider
Date 2018-11-28
Author Katie Warren

From albatross to hip: 1 World Trade Center's evolution

The boom in tech and creative tenants has spread across the city, but certain buildings and neighborhoods are more known for it than others. The building 111 Eighth Ave., for instance, is famous for being Google's Manhattan headquarters, while Hudson Yards attracted media giant Time Warner and tech firm SAP.

Publication Crain's New York
Date 2018-11-16
Author Daniel Geiger

BounceX Leaves The New York Times Building for 1WTC

Digital marketing firm Bounce Exchange, known as BounceX, will be moving its headquarters from The New York Times Building to One World Trade Center. Last month, it signed an 11-year lease for 79,118 square feet of Manhattan office space in the emblematic NYC skyscraper.

Publication COMMERCIALCafé
Date 2018-11-05
Author Alexandra Farcas
675 Third Avenue- Green Roof Installation
Installation of the 675 Third Avenue Green Roof