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Developer’s proposed ferry link between Astoria and Upper East Side gains tentative support

Despite reservations, a Manhattan community board committee tentatively threw its support behind a developer’s proposal for a new NYC Ferry link between Astoria and the Upper East Side.

Publication Curbed NY
Date 2019-05-03
Author Caroline Spivack

Developers Want More Ferry Service For UES, Astoria: Report

Developers are lobbying the city to increase ferry service on the Upper East Side, according to reports. The Durst Organization's proposal would extend the existing Astora ferry line to the East 90th Street ferry landing, THE CITY first reported.

Publication Patch
Date 2019-05-03
Author Brendan Krisel

These were NYC’s top office leases in April

Netflix is expanding in New York City in a big way, securing two of the top spots on list of Aprils’ biggest office leases. The rest of the list is made up of some familiar faces, including banks and financial firms.

Publication The Real Deal
Date 2019-05-03
Author Lucas McGill

A guide to free art around New York City

The city is its own art gallery. The streets and parks are full of both permanent and temporary art and sculptures, from The Public Art Fund across Manhattan to Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City and points in between.

Publication AM New York
Date 2019-05-03
Author Shaye Weaver

Durst refinances 42nd Street tower with $900M JP Morgan Chase loan

The Durst Organization has secured $900 million refinancing for its 1.8 M s/f office and retail building at 151 West 42nd Street (formerly known as 4 Times Square). The financing was provided by a syndicate of lending institutions led by JP Morgan Chase Bank and Wells Fargo Bank.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2019-04-25
Author REW
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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.