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Developer Wants Astoria Ferry Route to Include Upper East Side, But City Says Not Until After 2021

A developer is calling on the city to extend the Astoria ferry line to include an Upper East Side stop.

Publication Astoria Post
Date 2019-05-23
Author Meghan Sackman

What to do about Philadelphia’s buried colonial riverfront? Developer moves cautiously.

The Durst Organization may be one of the largest developers in New York City, but when it comes to Philadelphia, they’re newbies.

Publication Philly Inquirer
Date 2019-05-23
Author Stephan Salisbury

Nasdaq leases additional 35,500 square feet at Durst tower

Leasing momentum continues at the Durst Organization’s One Five One W. 42nd St., formerly Four Times Square. Nasdaq just signed for an additional 35,512 square feet on the 28th floor, bringing its total in the tower to 180,000 square feet.

Publication New York Post
Date 2019-05-21
Author Steve Cuozzo

Silverstein, Durst celebrate Lower Manhattan milestone

Private-sector employment in Lower Manhattan has swelled to 251,224 employees, rebounding beyond pre-9/11 levels, according to the Alliance for Downtown New York’s Q1 2019 Lower Manhattan Real Estate Market Report.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2019-05-16
Author REW

Ferry route would cut hourlong trip to five minutes

New Yorkers are flocking to NYC Ferry and the bustling blue highway now connecting all five boroughs. But how many realize that this new mass-transit system doubles as a valuable jobs program? Turns out, NYC Ferry is not just a quick, pleasant way to get around town. It's connecting public housing with vital job centers.

Publication Crain's New York
Date 2019-05-06
Author Roland Lewis
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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.