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  • From left: Larry Silverstein, 3 Mitchell Place and Winston Fisher

    A group affiliated with the Brooklyn investor Chaim Miller has signed a contract to buy the landmarked Beekman Tower for $137.5 million from a joint venture of Silverstein Properties, Fisher Brothers and Capstone Equities, several sources familiar with the transaction told The Real Deal. [more]

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    445 Lafayette Street in Noho (Inset: Richard Fisher and Nikki Field)

    Late Fisher Brothers heir Richard Fisher’s widow has listed her full-floor co-op at the Related Companies’ Astor Place building in Noho for $16 million. [more]

  • From left: Michael Shvo and Howard Lorber

    From left: Michael Shvo and Howard Lorber

    Developer Michael Shvo partnered with an array of local and global investors to arrange $240 million of equity and debt for the acquisition and development of a site at 125 Greenwich Street where he plans to build a soaring condominium tower. The complex deal closed today.

    Shvo brought on David Bizzi’s firm Bizzi & Partners as co-developer, and obtained additional equity from Howard Lorber’s investment company New Valley as well as an unidentified Chinese public company. The total equity investment for the Lower Manhattan project is approximately $70 million. [more]

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    From left: Bruce Mosler, Governor Andrew Cuomo and Leonard Litwin (Credit: Steve Friedman)

    UPDATED, 12:10 p.m., August 13: Top New York real estate players continue to funnel their considerable financial resources to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign, a review of the latest state campaign finance filings show. [more]

  • Gary Barnett and 157 West 57th Street

    Of the five luxury housing developers for whom controversial tax break measures were crafted in January 2013, only two have actually applied for and received the credits, according to Department of Housing Preservation and Development data.

    Silverstein Properties, Thor Equities, Friedman Management, Fisher Brothers and Extell Development Company have come under fire and were hit with subpoenas from the Moreland Commission as part of an investigation into public corruption before the agency was suspended in March. But of the five, only Extell and Friedman have actually secured the 421-a exemptions thus far, the New York Observer reports. [more]

  • Day in the Life Of: Winston Fisher

    June 18, 2014 04:30PM
    Winston Fisher

    Winston Fisher

    From the June issue: At 41, Winston Fisher is the youngest partner at Fisher Brothers, the third-generation New York real estate dynasty. Along with his cousins Kenneth and Steven, he oversees day-to-day operations regarding design and financing of properties in New York and Washington, D.C. The firm is currently developing six projects in the two cities, including the Rafael Viñoly-designed 22 Thames, a soaring 71-story rental. [more]

  • 222 East 40th Street

    222 East 40th Street

    A former Hertz Garage on East 40th Street will make way for a 36-story residential building, which will include 75 affordable units. [more]

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  • 92 Fulton Street and prior renderings

    92 Fulton Street and prior renderings

    Permits were filed for the construction of a 16-story residential building at 92 Fulton Street, Thursday’s property records indicate. The new proposal, however, is a dramatic revision from prior plans for the site. [more]

  • From left: Michael Shvo and a rendering of 22 Thames Street

    From left: Michael Shvo and a rendering of 22 Thames Street

    Michael Shvo is in contract to buy 22 Thames Street, or 125 Greenwich Street, from Fisher Brothers and Steven Witkoff for approximately $180 million, according to the New York Post. [more]

  • Rendering of 22 Thames Street

    Rendering of 22 Thames Street

    A skyscraper the Fisher Brothers and the Witkoff Group are erecting in Lower Manhattan will be the tallest residential addition in the neighborhood, according to city records.

    If built as planned, the skyscraper would rise higher than several other towers currently under construction in the area. Filings with the Department of Buildings show that the 70-story building at 22 Thames Street is slated to be 960 feet tall and would contain 359,130 square feet of space, New York Yimby reported. The plans call for rental units instead of condominiums, bucking the trend for luxury condo towers like Alexico Group’s nearby 56 Leonard Street, previously expected to be Tribeca’s tallest tower, and Larry Silverstein’s 30 Park Place. [more]

  • From left: Former parking garage at 111 Washington Street, current lot and Bob Knakal

    From left: Former parking garage at 111 Washington Street, the site now and Bob Knakal

    A pair of developers who picked up a distressed lot in the Financial District a few years back for a cool $57.5 million is now asking five times that amount for the property. [more]

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    Sonny Bazbaz and 101 West 87th Street

    WEEKENDEDITION Not every developer is aiming for a record setting price per square foot or the tallest residential buildings. Some trend-bucking developers are focusing on building moderately priced Manhattan apartments, without skimping on the amenities. [more]

  • Renderings of 22 Thames Street

    Renderings of 22 Thames Street

    The new Rafael Vinoly-designed 22 Thames may overtake Silverstein Properties’ Four Seasons Hotel & Residences at 30 Park Place as the tallest residential building in Lower Manhattan. [more]

  • From left: Arnold Fisher, 1345 Avenue of the Americas and Scott Bogetti

    From left: Arnold Fisher, 1345 Avenue of the Americas and Scott Bogetti

    Shared office space provider Virgo Business Centers has taken 40,791 square feet at Fisher Brothers’ 1345 Avenue of the Americas, Virgo CEO Sarah Klein told The Real Deal. The sublease at the 50-story, 2.19 million-square-foot tower gives Virgo its sixth Manhattan location. [more]

  • From left: Arnold Fisher, 605 Third Avenue and Univision CEO Randy Falco

    From left: Arnold Fisher, 605 Third Avenue and Univision CEO Randy Falco

    Spanish-language media giant Univision has expanded its presence at the Fisher Brothers’ 605 Third Avenue office tower to just under 195,000 square feet, a spokesperson for the landlord told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • From left: Fisher Brothers' Arnold Fisher and 86 Trinity Place

    From left: Fisher Brothers’ Arnold Fisher and 86 Trinity Place

    Fisher Brothers and Friedman Management were the remaining two developers subpoenaed as part of a state task force’s probe of favorable tax breaks received by some of the city’s biggest real estate players, sources told Crain’s.

    The companies join several other firms subpoenaed today to see whether there is a link between their campaign donations and tax breaks they received under the 421-A abatement program for new residential developments, as previously reported. [more]

  • Rafael Viñoly (Photo courtesy of Archpaper)

    Rafael Viñoly (Photo courtesy of Archpaper)

    Starchitect Rafael Vinoly, most recently of 432 Park Avenue fame, has been tapped to design the Fisher Brothers’ project at the former American Stock Exchange buildings in Tribeca, according to a community board agenda seen by the Tribeca Citizen.

    In September, Fisher Brothers purchased the buildings – located at 22 Thames Street and neighboring 86 Trinity Place — from investors Michael Steinhardt and Allan Fried for $150 million, as The Real Deal reported. [more]

  • From left: 605 Third Avenue, Adam Spies and 1345 Avenue of the Americas

    From left: 605 Third Avenue, Adam Spies and 1345 Avenue of the Americas

    Real estate private equity firm Rockpoint Group is in a hard contract to take a 49.5 percent stake in two Fisher Brothers’ office towers in Midtown for $550 million, the New York Post reported. [more]

  • From left: 299 Park Avenue, Capital One's Richard Fairbank

    From left: 299 Park Avenue and Richard Fairbank of Capital One

    Capital One is in talks with UBS to take about 250,000 square feet of office space at the latter’s Park Avenue building, Bloomberg News reported, citing sources with knowledge of the negotiations.

    The Zurich-based UBS had listed 382,000 square feet for sublease at 299 Park Avenue, a 1.2 million-square-foot skyscraper between East 48th and 49th streets, and Capital One is expected to take a large chunk. [more]

  • From left: Steve Witkoff, Winston Fisher and 101 Murray Street

    St. John’s University today announced an agreement to sell its satellite Tribeca building at 101 Murray Street to a joint venture of Fisher Brothers, Howard Lorber and Witkoff Group, which plan to raze the building to construct condominiums, Crain’s reported. [more]

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