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  • 25 Columbus Circle

    25 Columbus Circle

    UPDATED, 5:12 p.m., Feb. 11: A three-bedroom duplex condominium at the Residences at the Time Warner Center that last changed hands in 2009 is back on the market for $35 million. [more]

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  • From left: Time Warner Center, Unit #74C

    From left: Time Warner Center, Unit 74C

    A luxury apartment once owned by Veronica Atkins — the wife of the late nutritionist Dr. Robert Atkins — located on one of Time Warner Center’s top floors was listed on StreetEasy this week for $24 million, nearly $8,000 per square foot. [more]

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  • From left: 10 Columbus Circle and a rendering of the Hudson Yards Development Project

    From left: 10 Columbus Circle and a rendering of the Hudson Yards Development Project

    Time Warner Inc. officially announced the planned move of its media headquarters from Columbus Circle to the Related Companies’ Hudson Yards development on the far West Side. [more]

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  • Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, chairman of ADIA, and Time Warner Center

    Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, chairman of ADIA, and Time Warner Center

    Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, a major Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund, is investing in the Related Companies-led $1.3 billion purchase of Time Warner’s space in their namesake building in Columbus Circle, according to a person familiar with the deal. ADIA is investing alongside Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC, who in November pledged $400 million to the acquisition, which is still being negotiated. [more]

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  • 80 Columbus Circle

    80 Columbus Circle

    The asking price for a sky-high unit in the Time Warner Center has changed yet again, this time dropping to $23.5 million. Still, the ask is considerably higher than the $18.5 million price tag when the pad first hit the market in April 2010. [more]

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  • Time Warner Center

    Time Warner Center

    Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC is contributing $400 million to the Related Companies-led $1.3 billion purchase of Time Warner’s headquarters in the Time Warner Center. [more]

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  • 15 Central Park West (left) and Central Park

    15 Central Park West (left) and Central Park

    The city’s priciest condominiums are bunched around the southwest tip of Central Park on the Upper West Side, not in the stuffy enclaves of the Upper East Side, a new report from CityRealty found. The Zeckendorf brothers’ 15 Central Park West is the city’s most expensive — prices at the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building at West 61st Street have hit an average of $5,847 per square foot, according to the report. [more]

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  • A rendering of the Sterling Mason at 71 Laight Street

    Rendering of the Sterling Mason at 71 Laight Street

    “Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. A Sterling Mason apartment stole the spot for the most expensive contract signed last week, Manhattan House’s prices for closed sales balloon since first hitting the market in 2008 and the Trust for Public Land honors the Durst family. [more]

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  • From left: Park Laurel at 15 West 63rd Street; 15 Central Park West; Time Warner Center at 25 Columbus Circle; and Millennium Tower at 101 West 67th Street (photo credits: CityRealty)

    From left: Park Laurel at 15 West 63rd Street; 15 Central Park West; Time Warner Center at 25 Columbus Circle; and Millennium Tower at 101 West 67th Street (photo credits: CityRealty)

    UPDATE, 11:09 a.m., Aug. 22: The Upper West Side’s premier condominium, 15 Central Park West, had the priciest sales of any Manhattan luxury building for the year ending June 30, according to a debut report from real estate database CityRealty, released exclusively to The Real Deal. [more]

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  • The 75th-floor penthouse at Time Warner Center

    The 75th-floor penthouse at Time Warner Center

    Billionaire socialite Anna Anisimova has relisted her 75th floor penthouse at the Time Warner Center for $50 million, only days after another penthouse in the building hit the market for $75 million, Curbed reported. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: Brenda Powers (seated), Elizabeth Sample, 25 Columbus Circle

    The 78th floor penthouse of the Time Warner Center, which last sold four years ago for $37.5 million, is back on the market for $75 million, Curbed reported. [more]

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  • garodnick-time-warner

    Dan Garodnick and Time Warner Center at 10 Columbus Circle

    City Councilman Dan Garodnick is worried that Time Warner’s reported move to Hudson Yards will leave Midtown with yet another big empty office building, DNAinfo reported.

    The media giant has struck a deal to relocate to Related Companies’ 80-story skyscraper planned for the rail yards at 10th Avenue and West 33rd Street, as previously reported. [more]

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  • Time Warner Center (credit: PropertyShark)

    Time Warner Center (credit: PropertyShark)

    “Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. Fifteen Central Park West clinches a record price for a non-park-view apartment, Time Warner Center commands the highest asking prices in the land, and millions of homes are at risk for hurricane damage this season. [more]

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  • Times-Square-Tower-7-Times-Square-NYC

    7 Times Square

    Boston Properties’ 48-story Times Square Tower is on the market and could fetch more than $1 billion, Bloomberg News reported.

    The 1.2 million-square-foot building, at 7 Times Square near West 41st Street, would “easily” fetch more than $1,000 a square foot, Dan Fasulo, managing director of Real Capital Analytics, told Bloomberg. If true, that would bring the deal to more than $1 billion. The Times Square Tower is almost fully occupied, according to data from CoStar Group reported by the news company. Tenants include Ruby Tuesday, Thomson Reuters and Ernst & Young. [more]

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  • Doug Harmon and the Time Warner Center

    Doug Harmon and the Time Warner Center

    Bids hovering around the $1.3 billion mark came in last week for the office portion of the Time Warner Center, the New York Post reported. [more]

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  • From left: Vitaly Malkin and the Time Warner Center

    An owner of a Time Warner Center condominium, who is leasing the unit to upstate philanthropist and businessman Sam Nappi, has filed a lawsuit against the wealthy Russian family that owns the apartment above, seeking to halt their allegedly noisy construction work, the New York Daily News reported. [more]

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  • A rendering of Hudson Yards

    Time Warner is leaning towards moving its million-square-foot headquarters to the Hudson Yards megaproject on Manhattan’s far West Side, the Wall Street Journal reported.  [more]

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  • 100 11th Avenue, One World Trade Center and Time Warner Center

    From the April issue: The Manhattan skyline is the Big Apple’s most iconic feature. And, much like the city itself, it’s always changing.

    “[It’s] so dynamic, it’s almost a barometer for what’s going on in the rest of the world,” said Eran Chen, the founder of the Manhattan-based firm Office for Design & Architecture. “Every cultural change, every economical change, every social change is being expressed in New York City’s skyline.” [more]

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  • Doug Harmon and the Time Warner Center

    Time Warner has hired Eastdil Secured’s Doug Harmon to market its 1.1 million-square-foot Midtown headquarters and determine what the media conglomerate would receive for the building, Reuters reported.  [more]

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  • From left: the Time Warner Center and David Li

    Bank of East Asia CEO and chairman David Li, a former Hong Kong politician, has sold his Time Warner Center duplex for $18.8 million, the New York Observer reported, citing city records. Li purchased the 3,491-square-foot condo, on the 72nd floor, in 2004, for $9.68 million, the Observer said. The duplex, at the building also known as 25 Columbus Circle, was listed in May for $20 million with Carrie Chiang and Janet Wang of the Corcoran Group. [more]

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