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  • From left, CEO and president of Brookfield Dennis Friedrich and rendering of Manhattan West

    From left, Brookfield CEO Dennis Friedrich and rendering of Manhattan West

    The City Planning Commission approved a zoning change allowing Brookfield Office Properties to build a deck connecting a new project to an existing building across Dyer Avenue. [more]

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    1 New York Plaza and Jerry Larkin

    Cosmetics titan Revlon inked a 15-year lease for nearly 92,000-square-feet across two penthouse floors at Brookfield Office Properties’ 1 New York Plaza in Lower Manhattan.

    The space on the 49th floor features 13-foot-high ceilings, while the 50th floor was initially designed to be a club. Asking rent was $50 per square foot. Architect Ted Moudis was tapped to handle designs for Revlon’s new space. Revlon currently pays about $70 per square foot at 237 Park Avenue, where its 10-year lease expires in the fall. [more]

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    Renderings of 450 West 33rd Street

    Brookfield Office Properties has officially decided to give its 1.7 million-square-foot tower at 450 West 33rd Street a $200 million renovation. [more]

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    200 Liberty Street and David Cheikin

    Instead of landing a new tenant at 200 Liberty Street, Brookfield Office Properties agreed to hang on to law firm Richards Kibbe & Orbe and allow the law firm to renew its lease early.

    Richards Kibbe & Orbe will continue to occupy 60,000 square feet on both the 28th and 29th floors at the 40-story building through 2020. Asking rent for the space was in the $60 per square foot.  [more]

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  • From left: SL Green CEO Marc Holliday, 711 Third Avenue and McKinsey CEO Dominic Barton

    From left: SL Green CEO Marc Holliday, 711 Third Avenue and McKinsey CEO Dominic Barton

    McKinsey & Company is taking just under 50,000 square feet at SL Green Realty’s 711 Third Avenue, The Real Deal has learned. And in a separate deal, MIO Partners, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the global consulting powerhouse, inked a 36,245-square-foot lease at Brookfield Office Properties’ 245 Park Avenue. [more]

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  • The entrance of Brookfield Place at 250 Vesey Street

    The entrance of Brookfield Place at 250 Vesey Street

    College Board, the creator of standardized college admission tests including the SAT, is moving Downtown to Brookfield Office Properties’ Brookfield Place. College Board will take 145,000 square feet at 250 Vesey Street and will set up in space that was previously occupied by Merrill Lynch. [more]

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  • Mitch Rudin and the Grace Building at 1114 Avenue of the Americas

    From left: Mitch Rudin and the Grace Building at 1114 Avenue of the Americas

    Brookfield Office Properties has signed private equity and venture capital firm Insight Venture Partners to a 31,285-square-foot lease at the Grace Building on Bryant Park, The Real Deal has learned from CompStak.

    In the 15-year deal, Insight will pay rents starting in the low-$90s per square foot for the 36th-floor space at 1114 Avenue of the Americas, CompStak data show. [more]

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  • 1 New York Plaza

    1 New York Plaza

    WEEKENDEDITION The architectural design firm Davis Brody Bond has signed a 26,354-square-foot lease in the Brookfield Office Properties-owned 1 New York Plaza. [more]

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  • A rendering of the retail space at Brookfield Place

    A rendering of Brookfield Place

    Brookfield Office Properties is looking to use its swanky retail space at Brookfield Place in Lower Manhattan as a lure to attract office tenants. After a $250 million overhaul of the 250,000-square-foot retail space, Brookfield hopes that high-end tenants such as Hermès and Burberry will appeal to potential office clients and convince them to fill the 8.5 million-square-foot office space. [more]

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    Brookfield Office’s Mitch Rudin and Brookfield Property’s Ric Clark

    Brookfield Property Partners has upped its cash offer to buy Mitch Rudin-led Brookfield Office Properties — Lower Manhattan’s largest office landlord — to roughly $5.1 billion.

    Brookfield Office’s board plans to advise the shareholders to accept this new offer, which increases the cash portion by $1 per share to $20.34 per share. In place of cash, shareholders can receive one limited partnership unit under the offer. In September, Brookfield Property’s offer was valued at $5 billion. [more]

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    Newcastle Realty Services’ Margaret Streiker Porres and Urban Development Partners’ Gary Davis at a Young Jewish Professionals event

    On the Town is a weekly feature that chronicles the parties, panels and other events in New York City’s real estate community. Read on for details of happenings from Nov. 11 to Nov. 17.

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  • Grace Building at 1114 Avenue of the Americas, Bain chairwoman Orit Gadiesh and 3 Times Square

    Grace Building at 1114 Avenue of the Americas, Bain chairwoman Orit Gadiesh and 3 Times Square

    Top consulting firm Bain & Co. is trading Times Square for Bryant Park. Bain’s New York team will move next year from the Thomson Reuters building, at 3 Times Square, to a nearly-100,000-square-foot space in Brookfield Office Properties’ Grace Building, at 1114 Sixth Avenue. [more]

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  • Dennis Friedrich and a rendering of Brookfield Place

    Dennis Friedrich and a rendering of Brookfield Place

    Rather than reabsorbing the office space they cast off during the economic downturn, big banks are continuing to decrease their presence in Manhattan. The 10 largest banks in the city reduced their space by 6 million square feet to just under 32 million square feet between 2008 and early 2012, according to a report by International Strategy & Investment Group. [more]

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  • NYC-focused REITs hit hard in Q3

    October 08, 2013 02:52PM
    From left: Marc Holliday, Stephen Green and Steve Roth

    From left: Marc Holliday, Stephen Green and Steve Roth

    New York-centric real estate investment trusts took a hit in the third quarter thanks to “taper talk” from the Federal Reserve, according to the investment banking firm Sandler O’Neill + Partners. [more]

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  • Los Angeles

    Los Angeles

    In this month’s roundup of real estate news from across the country, The Real Deal brings you out to downtown Los Angeles, where Brookfield Office Properties is set to become the biggest office landlord following the $2.1 billion purchase of MPG Office Trust. There’s also news out of the nation’s capital, where the Trump Organization last month announced plans to convert the Old Post Office Pavilion into a luxury hotel. Click here to see these items and more.

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    From left: Brookfield’s Ed Hogan, Ermenegildo Zegna and Brookfield Place atrium

    High-end Italian men’s fashion brand Ermenegildo Zegna signed a 10-year lease to join the shops at Brookfield Office Properties’ Brookfield Place. [more]

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  • Zuccotti Park during Occupy Wall Street and Dennis Friedrich (inset)

    Zuccotti Park during Occupy Wall Street and Dennis Friedrich (inset)

    A New York federal judge threw out a lawsuit against Brookfield Office Properties on Thursday which alleged that the real estate investment trust wrongfully worked with police to evict Occupy Wall Street protestors from Zuccotti Park in November 2011. [more]

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  • From left: Dennis Friedrich and Ric Clark

    From left: Dennis Friedrich and Ric Clark

    Bermuda-based Brookfield Property Partners has offered to buy the remaining shares of New York-based Brookfield Office Properties, a consolidation that would create one of the country’s largest commercial landlords. Brookfield Property currently owns 51 percent of the commercial landlord, whose assets include massive Financial District mixed-use project Brookfield Place. [more]

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  • 300 Madison Avenue and Dennis Friedrich

    300 Madison Avenue and Brookfield’s Dennis Friedrich

    Japanese trading house Sumitomo is taking 98,454 square feet at Brookfield Office Properties’ 300 Madison Avenue.

    Sumitomo will move from its current 74,000-square-foot space at Ruben Companies’ 600 Third Avenue, where it was spread across seven floors. At 300 Madison Avenue, a 35-story, 1.1 million-square-foot office building at 42nd Street which was developed by Harry Macklowe, it will take the entire third and fourth floors. [more]

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  • From left: 180 Maiden Lane, Marc Holliday, 225 Liberty Street, Dennis Friedrich

    From left: 180 Maiden Lane, Marc Holliday, 225 Liberty Street, Dennis Friedrich

    If you’re a giant corporate tenant shopping for Manhattan office space, Downtown is probably your best bet. The neighborhood had five of the ten largest office spaces currently on the Manhattan market, according to an analysis of CoStar Group data carried out by Studley for The Real Deal. See full story and slideshow after the jump.

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