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  • Manhattan West NYC

    Rendering of Manhattan West (credit: Brookfield) (inset: Sheikh Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Thani)

    Brookfield Property Partners is partnering with the Qatar Investment Authority – the energy-rich nation’s sovereign wealth fund – on Brookfield’s $8.6 billion Manhattan West mixed-use development on the Far West Side. [more]

  • Manhattan West construction site

    Manhattan West construction site

    A construction worker suffered serious injuries after he plummeted 40 feet to the ground at the Manhattan West development site on the Far West Side on Monday.

    The man — who hasn’t been identified — fell off one of the buildings that’s rising at Brookfield Property Partners’ massive project, according to the New York Post. [more]

  • Ric Clark and 424 West 33rd Street in Midtown West

    Ric Clark and 424 West 33rd Street in Midtown West

    UPDATED, July 20, 2:25 p.m.: Brookfield Property Partners may be one step away from claiming the only remaining parcel surrounded by Manhattan West, its $4.5 billion megaproject on the far West Side.

    The developer, based in New York and Toronto, paid $69 million to acquire Planned Parenthood’s 72,500-square-foot space at Vectra Management Group-owned 424 West 33rd Street, according to property records filed with the city Monday. Planned Parenthood had paid $34 million for the commercial condominium in 2012. Vectra still holds the title to the remaining 68,300 square feet in the 13-story building, and it’s unclear whether a deal had been struck for Brookfield to acquire that portion. [more]

  • From left: Dennis Friedrich and a rendering of One Manhattan West

    From left: Dennis Friedrich and a rendering of One Manhattan West

    Although Brookfield Property Partners has only leased out a quarter of its proposed 2 million-square-foot skyscraper at One Manhattan West, the company is moving ahead with the construction of the roughly $2 billion tower.  [more]

  • Manhattan West

    Renderings of 1 Manhattan West

    Brookfield Property Partners signed law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom to a 20-year lease for 550,000 square feet at Brookfield’s 1 Manhattan West, allowing the real estate investment trust to kick off construction on the 2.1 million-square-foot office tower.

    The law firm will take the 28th to 43rd floors of the tower, one of two planned commercial buildings at Brookfield’s 7 million-square-foot Manhattan West project, Brookfield announced today. [more]

  • Markit NYC Office

    From left: Rendering of 450 West 33rd Street, Markit CEO Lance Uggla, Josh Kuriloff and Jeffrey Peck

    Markit, a London-based global financial data provider, is consolidating its New York City offices into a 140,000-square-foot space at Brookfield Property Partners’ 5 Manhattan West, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Rendering of Manhattan West (credit: Brookfield Properties)

    Rendering of Manhattan West (credit: Brookfield Properties) (inset: Jonathan Mechanic)

    Fried Frank, the international law firm with one of New York City’s most prominent real estate practices, is considering a move to Manhattan West, the new Hudson Yards development being spearheaded by its current landlord, Brookfield Property Partners.  [more]

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    435 West 31st Street and Andrew Gerringer

    The Marketing Directors will be in charge of leasing Brookfield Office Properties’ planned 62-story rental building on the Far West Side, The Real Deal has learned.

    The Manhattan West residential tower, located at 435 West 31st Street, will have 844 units, 20 percent of which will be affordable. The SLCE-designed tower is part of Brookfield’s seven million-square-foot development in the Hudson Yards complex. Plans for the development include the rental tower, a 60,000-square-foot plaza, five-star hotel and office buildings. [more]

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    Brookfield Office Properties has pegged the total development cost for the first of its two Manhattan West office towers at slightly more than $2 billion, per an application it filed to avail of tax benefits. [more]

  • Rendering of 435 West 31st Street

    Rendering of 435 West 31st Street

    Brookfield Property Partners announced today that it has commenced construction on the firm’s 62-story Manhattan West residential tower, which will feature 20 percent affordable apartments.

    The 844-unit building at 435 West 31st Street between Ninth Avenue and Dyer Avenue will have studio, one- and two-bedroom units. SLCE designed the $800 million skyscraper. The initial residents of the property will move in during the first quarter of 2017. Construction on the building is expected to be completed by 2018. [more]

  • 3 manhattan westBrookfield Office Properties, which recently finished decking over the railroad tracks under its planned Manhattan West project, will pay $93 million to buy building bonuses needed to erect its residential tower on the site. [more]

  • 219 Hudson Street

    Rendering of Hudson Square Hotel at 219 Hudson Street

    Medgar Evers College’s campus redevelopment in Crown Heights and two former Italian soccer stars’ Hudson Square Hotel are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of mind-blowing renderings in the past week or so. Click here for a slideshow and more.

  • From left: 4 Times Square and Manhattan West project rendeing

    From left: 4 Times Square and Manhattan West project rendering

    Skadden Arps may be staying put.

    Reports that the law firm – one of the city’s largest and most prestigious – is moving to Brookfield’s Manhattan West office tower are just rumors, the New York Post reported. The newspaper claims it has confirmed that Skadden has not signed a letter of intent and is merely exploring its options, which include tenancy at Brookfield’s West Side property, heading downtown to 3 Hudson Boulevard or sticking around at the Durst Organization’s 4 Times Square. [more]

  • Brookfield's Manhattan West

    Brookfield’s Manhattan West

    A new look is available at Brookfield Properties’ Manhattan West. [more]

  • Rendering of Brookfield Properties' Manhattan West

    Rendering of Brookfield Properties’ Manhattan West

    Law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom has agreed to relocate its global headquarters to a 500,000-square-foot spread at Brookfield Office Properties’ $4.5 billion megaproject between Ninth and 10th avenues in the West 30s. [more]

  • 450-w-33rd

    Renderings of 450 West 33rd Street

    Digital advertising firm R/GA Media Group signed a lease for 173,000 square feet at Brookfield Office Properties’ 450 West 33rd Street, also known as Five Manhattan West. [more]

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    Manhattan West and Matthew Cherry

    Community Board 4 has received noise complaints from dozens of residents living near Brookfield Properties’ massive Manhattan West project in Hell’s Kitchen. The neighbors are calling for the developer to pay for the installation of soundproof windows in more than 24 apartments near the site.

    They have complained that the construction work between West 31st and 33rd streets, from Ninth to Dyer avenues, runs from 6 a.m. until 2 a.m. or later, DNAinfo reported. [more]

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    Rendering of Manhattan West

    Brookfield Office Properties filed its first plans yesterday for the 64-story residential tower at Manhattan West at 401 West 31st Street. [more]

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  • Willoughby-Square

    Rendering of Willoughby Square Park in Brooklyn

    Brookfield Properties’ $4.5 billion Manhattan West project and the Department of Housing and Preservation’s all-affordable housing complex in Harlem are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of eye-popping renderings in the past week or so. Click here for a slideshow.

  • 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]