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  • Rendering of Hudson Yards

    Rendering of Hudson Yards

    Related Companies started construction on Hudson Yards’ first residential tower. [more]

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  • 30 Hudson Yards

    Rendering of 30 Hudson Yards

    Looking for an adrenaline rush? The new 2.6 million-square-foot skyscraper at 30 Hudson Yards will be able to offer just that, in the form of a yet-to-be revealed attraction on its outdoor observation deck. [more]

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  • port-authority

    John Degnan and the development site at 33rd Street and Dyers Avenue on the far West Side

    The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey is on the lookout for a new developer for two Hudson Yards parcels — about a month after the Dermot Company backed out. [more]

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  • office-towers

    From left: Renderings of 3 World Trade Center (credit: RSHP), Hudson Yards (credit: Related/Oxford) and One Vanderbilt (credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox)

    Larry Silverstein, Brookfield Property Partners and the Related Companies are betting that new office towers will attract a sizable influx of tenants. More than 14 million square feet of office space is in the pipeline in Manhattan, all of which is slated to be built within five years, according to CoStar Group data cited by the Wall Street Journal. [more]

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  • mccourt-fla

    Frank McCourt and early rendering of 1201 Brickell Bay Drive in Miami

    From the South Florida website: Frank McCourt’s MG Properties, in partnership with Tibor Hollo’s South Florida-based Florida East Coast Realty and New York-based Corgin Real Estate Group, is embarking on its first Miami venture, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: Stephen Ross, a rendering of 55 Hudson Yards and Jeff Blau

    Before the Related Companies’ planned office tower at 55 Hudson Yards can rise to 1.3 million square feet, the developer will have to pay up to $180 million to purchase the building bonuses that play an integral role in the area’s development. [more]

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  • From left: Jeffrey Levine, rendering of Hudson Yards and the lot at 29th Street and 11th Avenue

    From left: Jeffrey Levine, rendering of Hudson Yards and the lot at 29th Street and 11th Avenue

    Jeffrey Levine’s Douglaston Development has signed a contract to lease a massive lot right by Hudson Yards in hopes of constructing a high-rise rental building there. [more]

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  • dvorett

    Jeffrey Dvorett and renderings of 462-470 11th Avenue and One57

    Jeff Dvorett, vice president of development at Gary Barnett’s Extell Development, has joined Times Square-based Chinese real estate investment firm Kuafa Properties to oversee projects there. [more]

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  • From left: Mitsui's Yukio Yoshida and a rendering of 55 Hudson Yards

    From left: Mitsui’s Yukio Yoshida and a rendering of 55 Hudson Yards

    Mitsui Fudosan, a Tokyo-based real estate firm, is looking to take a large stake at Related Companies’ 55 Hudson Yards on the Far West Side. [more]

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  • From left: rendering of Hudson Yards, Stephen Ross (top), Coach CEO Dale Moser and a Coach store

    From left: rendering of Hudson Yards (Credit: KPF), Stephen Ross (top), Coach CEO Dale Moser and a Coach store

    Coach could be packing its fancy leather bags before ever moving in to its new offices at Hudson Yards. [more]

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  • Dermot 33rd site

    Dermot’s William Dickey and the development site at 33rd Street and Dyers Avenue on the far West Side

    The Dermot Company scrapped plans to construct a 500,000-square-foot residential tower at Hudson Yards after signing a contract in June to pay up to $175 million for the site. [more]

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  • hudson-yards

    Hudson Yards rendering

    The rezoning of Hudson Yards to allow for more residential development could ease the commercial leasing struggles of the Related Companies’ massive project, New York YIMBY wrote in an opinion piece.

    Enterprise software firm SAP is the sole tenant at the development paying a face rent that would create significant profit, the website said. [more]

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  • From left: Jamie Dimon and a rendering of Hudson Yards

    From left: Jamie Dimon and a rendering of Hudson Yards

    JPMorgan Chase will not build its new headquarters at Hudson Yards. [more]

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  • Courtesy the New York Building Congress

    Projected NYC construction spending (Credit: New York Building Congress)

    Construction spending in New York City from 2014 through 2016 is projected to rocket past the $100 billion mark, according to a new report from the New York Building Congress, an advocacy group for the construction industry. [more]

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  • From left: Jamie Dimon, a rendering of Hudson Yards and Bill de Blasio

    From left: Jamie Dimon, a rendering of Hudson Yards and Bill de Blasio

    Mayor Bill de Blasio has flatly rejected JPMorgan Chase’s request for $1 billion in tax breaks to build its headquarters in New York. [more]

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  • From left: Jamie Dimon, Hudson Yards and 270 Park Avenue

    From left: Jamie Dimon, Hudson Yards and 270 Park Avenue

    JPMorgan Chase is in talks with state and city officials to reach an agreement that would enable the bank to build a $6.5 billion corporate campus, including two skyscrapers, at Hudson Yards. [more]

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  • 86 Fleet Place in Brooklyn

    86 Fleet Place in Brooklyn

    September saw two applications filed for projects in excess of 1 million square feet, according to last month’s permit applications filed with the city’s Department of Buildings. Of the top 10 biggest projects, half were filed in Manhattan and half in Brooklyn. For a full list of plans, click here.

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  • ludwick

    550-552 West 38th Street in Midtown and Sean Ludwick (credit: Briana E. Heard)

    Sean Ludwick, developer and managing partner at BlackHouse Development, is in contract to acquire a two-story gentlemen’s club in the Hudson Yards neighborhood in an effort to construct a 46-story condo-hotel tower on the site, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: Bob Knakal and a map showing 606 West 30th Street

    From left: Bob Knakal and a map showing 606 West 30th Street

    The owner of a small development site facing the newly-opened section of the High Line is looking to sell, but the property’s zoning requires a buyer who can see the potential in some of the most remote real estate on the Far West Side. [more]

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  • From left: Frank McCourt, 360 Tenth Avenue and Tommy Craig

    From left: Frank McCourt, 360 Tenth Avenue and Tommy Craig

    Frank McCourt’s MG Properties has brought in Hines as an equity and development partner on 360 10th Avenue, a $3 billion, 733,000-square-foot mixed-use project on the Far West Side. The developer also announced that SHoP Architects will design the project. [more]

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