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The Plan: First Look at the Redesigned Condé Nast Cafeteria at 4 Times Square

When Condé Nast vacated its space at 4 Times Square in 2014 for 1 World Trade Center, it left behind the most famous company cafeteria on Earth.

Publication Commercial Observer
Date 2018-04-23
Author Liam La Guerre

Durst scores full occupancy with basketball deal at 1133 6th

The Durst Organization announced that the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) has signed an 18 year lease for 8,893 s/f for a portion of the 12th floor of 1133 Avenue of the Americas. The NBPA signed their first lease at the property in 2015, and this deal increases their total square footage to 56,187 square feet.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2018-04-19

NBA players union fills final spot at renovated Midtown tower

The Durst Organization jumped through hoops to revitalize 1133 Sixth Ave. with $40 million in capital upgrades after the IRS moved out in 2014 and left the address 30 percent vacant. Now, a professional basketball union has come through at the buzzer to fill the 1.1 million-square-foot tower’s last available space.

Publication New York Post
Date 2018-04-11
Author Steve Cuozzo

New Rendering Revealed of The Durst Organization’s Massive Queens Plaza Park Development

The Durst Organization, the real estate giant building a 70-story development behind Queens Plaza’s Clock Tower, has revealed a new rendering displaying the project’s size and scale.

Publication licpost
Date 2018-04-05
Author Nathaly Pesantez

New Design Revealed For Durst’s Queens Plaza Park Tower, Borough’s Future Tallest Skyscraper

A new look is out for the residential building rising up next to the historic Long Island City Clock Tower.

Publication New York YIMBY
Date 2018-04-05
Author Andrew Nelson
675 Third Avenue- Green Roof Installation
Installation of the 675 Third Avenue Green Roof