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    From left: 80 Pine Street in Lower Manhattan, Snohetta’s Craig Dykers and Sept. 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion (credit: Snohetta)

    Snohetta, a Norwegian architecture firm that designed Times Square and the Sept. 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion, is relocating to the Rudin family’s 39-story office building at 80 Pine Street. [more]

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    From left: Enrique Alonso and 138-140 West 11th Street

    UPDATE, 3:56 p.m., Sept. 26: One of the top executives at SJP Properties, the New Jersey-based developer of 11 Times Square and a portfolio of multi-family buildings, just snapped up an 11-unit townhouse in Greenwich Village for $19 million, property records show.

    Senior Vice President Enrique Alonso and his wife, an SJP vice president and daughter of company founder Steven J. Pozycki, paid $19.2 million for the 1885 home at 138-140 West 11th Street, records filed today indicate. [more]

  • William Rudin and 110 Wall Street

    From left: William Rudin and 110 Wall Street

    Rudin Management, which was reportedly eyeing a residential conversion for its Superstorm Sandy-damaged office building at 110 Wall Street, purchased nearly 36,000 square feet of development rights from a neighboring FiDi hotel earlier this month.

    William Rudin’s firm paid $7.76 million – or about $217 per square foot – to acquire 35,815 square feet of development rights from the Eurostar Hotel at 129 Front Street, property records show. [more]

  • The Lenox Hill HealthPlex in the West Village

    The Lenox Hill HealthPlex in the West Village

    North Shore-LIJ’s freestanding emergency center is slated to open next week across from the former St. Vincent’s Hospital. [more]

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    From left: William Macklowe, 386 Park Avenue South and the Trade Desk

    William Macklowe Company and Principal Real Estate Investors agreed to lease more than 13,000 square feet at 386 Park Avenue South to California-based advertising technology firm the Trade Desk. [more]

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  • Jack Rudin buys Lenox Hill co-op

    May 07, 2014 01:49PM
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    From left: images of the 825 Fifth Avenue listing and Jack Rudin

    Rudin Management chairman Jack Rudin, along with wife Susan, bought a residential co-op at 825 Fifth Avenue for $10.5 million, according to records filed with the city today. The two-bedroom, three-bathroom spread was most recently listed for $10.999 million, StreetEasy shows. [more]

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    Left: Gregory Fournier, Stanley Gale Jr., Joel Bergstein, Michael Samuelian, Kyle Kimball, Bill Rudin and Amir Korangy

    While international buyers have emerged as potential clients when developers are conceiving of a project, New Yorkers remain the primary demographic, according to some of the city’s top developers yesterday at the Manhattan Association of Realtors’ annual Global Real Estate Symposium.  [more]

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  • The Closing: Bill Rudin

    March 26, 2014 10:30AM
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    Bill Rudin (Photo by STUDIO SCRIVO)

    From the March issue: Rudin is the CEO of Rudin Management Company, a business started by his grandfather, Samuel Rudin, in 1925, and previously run by his father, Lew Rudin, and uncle, Jack Rudin. The firm’s portfolio is comprised of 10 million square feet of commercial space at buildings such as 3 Times Square, 345 Park Avenue and 80 Pine Street, and 20 luxury apartment buildings, including 1085 Park Avenue and 945 Fifth Avenue. The company’s current projects include the Greenwich Lane, a collection of 200 condominiums across five buildings at the former site of St. Vincent’s Hospital in the West Village. [more]

  • From left: Renderings of 55 and 45 Broad Street

    From left: Renderings of 55 and 45 Broad Street

    New renderings were leaked of Bill Rudin’s tower slated for 55 Broad Street in the Financial District, revealing yet another lofty structure coming to Lower Manhattan.

    Tentative plans for the mixed-use building, which Rudin Management tapped architecture firm FXFOWLE to mock up, call for a 53-story, 742-foot-tall skyscraper in place of the existing 35-story office tower at the site, as The Real Deal previously reported. [more]

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  • 55-broad

    55 Broad Street and Bill Rudin

    Bill Rudin, CEO of Rudin Management, hired architecture firm FXFOWLE to gauge the viability of full-on redeveloping of 55 Broad Street in Lower Manhattan.

    Tentative plans call for constructing a 53-story mixed-use property in place of the 35-story office building there now. The site would grow to nearly double the height – 742 feet from 402 feet. In addition to the office component, there would be luxury apartments and retail space. [more]

  • William Rudin and a rendering of Greenwich Lane

    William Rudin and a rendering of Greenwich Lane

    The Rudin family and Eyal Ofer’s controversial condominium conversion project at the former St. Vincent’s Hospital in Greenwich Village has been rapidly selling out at some of Downtown’s highest average prices, according to the developers. Since sales at the Greenwich Lane began in October, 87 condos – listed at an average price of $8.8 million — have gone into contract, all selling at their listing price. [more]

  • 155 West 11th Street

    155 West 11th Street

    Greenwich Lane, the controversial condominium conversion of the former St. Vincent’s Hospital site in the West Village, unveiled 21 listings today, including one penthouse priced at $29 million. [more]

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    Grace’s Marketplace, 215 East 68th Street

    UPDATED, 4:52 p.m., Nov. 6: Family-run food merchant Grace’s Marketplace is staying in the Upper East Side, but soon setting up shop at 215 East 68th Street, a 608-unit rental building owned by Rudin Management.

    For 30 years, 1237 Third Avenue at 71st Street has served as the market’s home. The 15-year lease is for a total of 13,125 square feet on the ground floor and lower level — nearly twice the size of the old 7,000-square-foot space. The ground floor is 7,742 square feet, and the lower level is 5,383. Asking rents were $200 per square foot.

  • From left: Bill Rudin, 110 Wall Street and Adam Neumann

    From left: Bill Rudin, 110 Wall Street and Adam Neumann

    Office space provider WeWork is now in advanced discussions to take all 300,000 square feet of Rudin Management’s 110 Wall Street, which would represent a major coup for the Hurricane Sandy-ravaged building in Lower Manhattan. [more]

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    Renderings of the Greenwich Lane in West Village

    The Greenwich Lane, the controversial 10-building conversion of St. Vincent’s hospital in the West Village, has officially launched sales, according to a spokesperson for the project. [more]

  • From left: Bill Rudin, 110 Wall Street and Adam Neumann

    From left: Bill Rudin, 110 Wall Street and Adam Neumann

    Collaborative workspace provider WeWork is in talks to sign its largest space yet, an entire 27-story, 300,000-square-foot Downtown office tower owned by Rudin Management. WeWork would open office space on the lower floors of 110 Wall Street, and in its first foray into the residential market, would rent out residential units on the upper floors. [more]

  • Ranking NYC’s real estate dynasties

    October 02, 2013 10:30AM
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    From left: Jerry Speyer, Rob Speyer, Bill Rudin, Peter Malkin and Anthony Malkin

    From the October issue: Seymour Durst and his brothers built six Manhattan buildings in a 12-year run. Paul and Seymour Milstein built 10 in about the same amount of time. And Lew and Jack Rudin built 11 in two decades. [more]

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    Rudin Management’s William Rudin and 32 Avenue of the Americas (Building photo via Flickr)

    The U.S. arm of Tokyo advertising titan Dentsu is expanding its footprint with yet another floor at Rudin Management’s 32 Avenue of the Americas in Tribeca. [more]

  • Bill Rudin and 641 Lexington Avenue

    Bill Rudin and 641 Lexington Avenue

    Rudin Management’s 641 Lexington is leasing 25,000 square feet to an Israeli securities brokerage in a 15-year deal, the New York Post reported.

    The Development Corporation for Israel, which handles securities issued by the government of Israel in the United States, is set to move in 2014 to the 32-story, 400,000-square-foot building, on the northeast corner of Lexington Avenue and East 54th Street. [more]

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    Rosie O’Donnell and 247 West 46th Street

    Rosie O’Donnell put her two-bedroom penthouse condominium at the Platinum on the market for $2.25 million, Curbed reported. [more]


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