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The Winners of the 2017 AIA New York State Design Awards Announced

The winners of the 2017 AIA New York State Design Awards have been announced, with honors going to 28 projects in 10 different categories. The deadline for submissions was May 26.

Publication Architect Magazine
Date 2017-08-23
Author Ashleigh Popera

Durst Secures $1 Billion Loan for Eight Office Towers

The Durst Organization this week closed on a $1 billion credit line that will help finance its major development projects.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2017-08-23
Author Linda Barr O'Flanagan

WNYW, WWOR To Broadcast From One WTC

Fox-owned WNYW and WWOR New York will move their broadcast facilities from the Empire State Building to One World Trade Center, effective in early 2018, it was announced Wednesday.

Publication TV News Check
Date 2017-08-23
Author Mark K. Miller

Durst Lands $1bn in Financing for NYC Portfolio

Rosenberg & Estis, P.C. has represented The Durst Organization as legal counsel in a $1 billion financing package from multiple lenders on a group of eight Class A office towers. The instruments provide $600 million in first mortgage debt on five Manhattan Durst properties and a $400 million credit line.

Publication Encompass Me
Date 2017-08-17

LEASES: Durst Org and Port Authority Sign Energy Firm at OneWTC, Winter Properties Signs Four New Tenants at 3 E. 28th St

The Durst Organization and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced Energy Capital Partners has signed a 10-year lease for 6,173 s/f on the 48th floor of One World Trade Center.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2017-08-17
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.