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  • 46-10 Center Boulevard

    46-10 Center Boulevard

    TF Cornerstone’s 46-10 Center Boulevard is now fully leased. [more]

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  • 262 Kent Avenue

    262 Kent Avenue

    From a skyscraper on the far West Side to the new plans for the 5Pointz site, a wide variety of permit applications were filed with the city in July. Find out more about these projects after the jump.

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  • nyu

    Rendering of 370 Jay Street in Brooklyn

    TF Cornerstone’s 25-story Brooklyn apartment building and NYU’s restoration of the long-vacant, city-owned former Metropolitan Transportation Authority site are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of mind-blowing renderings in the past week or so. Click here for renderings and more.

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  • From left: The View, Eric Benaim and Justin Elghanayan

    From left: The View, Eric Benaim and Justin Elghanayan

    A panel of residential experts discussed yesterday a number of areas where Long Island City has room for improvement. One thing they agreed on: the need to grow the supply of condominiums. [more]

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  • From left: the View and Silvette Julian

    From left: The View at 46-30 Center Boulevard and Silvette Julian

    A Colombian buyer set a new record for the most expensive condo in Queens’ when she paid $3.35 million last month for a waterfront apartment in Long Island City, records show.

    The international buyer paid cash for the ground-floor apartment with city views and a private garden. The unit is located in TF Cornerstone’s 17-story The View in the Hunters Point section. [more]

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  • 152 West 57th Street

    152 West 57th Street

    Anthony Edson and William Sheoris, two of the founders of hedge fund Stone Tower Capital, have inked a 5,000-square-foot space on the 27th floor of the Carnegie Hall Tower for their new venture, Fair Oaks Capital.

    The new hedge fund will set up shop above the duo’s original Stone Tower space at 152 West 57th Street, which snagged a 4,500-square-foot space in the tower’s base back in 2003. That spread eventually expanded to 30,000 square feet before the company was acquired by Apollo in 2012 and relocated to 9 West 57th Street. [more]

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  • tf-cornerstone

    Helen Rosenthal and 606 West 57th Street

    TF Cornerstone received approval yesterday from the City Council’s Committee on Land Use to proceed with its 1.9-acre Hell’s Kitchen development after agreeing to add a public preschool.

    The developer said it would allot an extra 10,000 square feet of moderate-income housing, for families earning about $150,000 in annual income. The 1,025-unit rental project at 606 West 57th Street would hold 220 affordable units, rather than 205 as initially planned. [more]

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  • 4610

    4610 Center Boulevard

    The final tower in TF Cornerstone’s six-building Long Island City waterfront project has begun leasing, according to the developer. The 26-story rental building at 4610 Center Boulevard holds 584 units, ranging from one-bedrooms to three-bedrooms. [more]

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  • From top left: Thomas and Fred Elghanayan and a rendering of 606 West 57th Street

    From top left: Thomas and Fred Elghanayan and a rendering of 606 West 57th Street

    Midtown residents have formed a neighborhood coalition to protest the construction of TF Cornerstone’s 1.9-acre residential complex at 606 West 57th Street, near 11th Avenue. [more]

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  • Rendering of Hudson Yards

    Rendering of Hudson Yards

    UPDATED, 11:02 a.m., April 1: A brand new Hudson Yards/Hell’s Kitchen Business Improvement District has tapped Kevin Singleton, executive vice president of TF Cornerstone, as its front man. [more]

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  • From top left: Thomas and Fred Elghanayan and a rendering of 606 West 57th Street

    From top left: Thomas and Fred Elghanayan and a rendering of 606 West 57th Street

    The City Planning Commission green lighted TF Cornerstone’s 1.9-acre residential complex on the far West Side Monday, in a rezoning approval tied to the project’s inclusion of affordable housing. [more]

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  • From left: TF Cornerstone's Frederick Elghanayan, Gale Brewer and Jimmy Van Bramer

    From left: TF Cornerstone’s Frederick Elghanayan, Manhattan borough president Gale Brewer and council majority leader Jimmy Van Bramer

    Building workers’ union 32BJ SEIU, long at odds with developer TF Cornerstone over the firm’s alleged poor treatment of workers at its buildings, will rally outside the developer’s Manhattan offices Wednesday along with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and several City Council members. [more]

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  • From left: the View, Tom Elghanayan of TF Cornerstone and Eric Benaim

    From left: the View, Tom Elghanayan of TF Cornerstone and Eric Benaim

    One recession, three exclusive brokers and one recovery later, the View, the 184-unit high-rise condominium that helped reposition Long Island City, Queens as a high-end residential area, has sold out, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: Steven Baker, Aaron Fishbein and 387 Park Avenue South

    From left: Steven Baker, Aaron Fishbein and 387 Park Avenue South

    Winick Realty Group is marketing a new 12,000-square-foot retail space at 387 Park Avenue South, The Real Deal has learned exclusively. The space, which a spokesperson said is perfect for a flagship, offers 200 feet of frontage along both Park Avenue South and East 27th Street. [more]

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  • 46-30 Center Boulevard

    46-30 Center Boulevard

    A $2.5 million penthouse in Long Island City is currently the priciest pad on the market in Queens. [more]

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  • A collapsed crane at a TF Cornerstone site in Long Island City (Image courtesy Larry Dusseau)

    The Buildings Department has revoked crane operator Paul Greer’s license following the collapse of a crane at TF Cornerstone’s luxury rental development in Long Island City, which injured seven workers in January.

    “The Buildings Department has zero tolerance for individuals that demonstrate negligence and disregard for the law on any construction site,” Buildings Commissioner Robert LiMandri said in a statement. [more]

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  • 606w57th

    606 West 57th Street (Inset: Arquitectonica founder Bernardo Fort-Brescia)

    Perhaps the biggest and boldest residential project ever conceived in Manhattan, TF Cornerstone’s 606 West 57th Street is just the latest astonishing development planned for this cross street. [more]

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  • Rendering of Hunter's Point South

    Rendering of Hunter’s Point South (Credit: ODA)

    The city has chosen TF Cornerstone and nonprofit Selfhelp Community Services to develop Hunter’s Point South’s second phase, with ODA architecture handling the project’s design. Click here to see the photos.

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  • Real estate’s biggest feuds

    December 05, 2013 10:30AM
    From left: Henry, Thomas and Frederick Elghanayan

    From left: Henry, Thomas and Frederick Elghanayan

    From the November issue: Earlier this year, the Feil Organization, one of the oldest family-owned real estate firms in the city, made headlines when a feud blew up between its siblings over the company’s $7 billion portfolio. [more]

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  • From left: Thomas and Fred Elghanayan and a rendering of 606 West 57th Street

    From left: Thomas and Fred Elghanayan and a rendering of 606 West 57th Street

    A West 57th Street project by developer TF Cornerstone will be New York City’s largest apartment building when completed, with 1,189 units, according to city records. [more]

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