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  • Dean Skelos

    From left: Rob Speyer, Steve Witkoff, Charles Dorego and Dean Skelos

    Tishman Speyer, Glenwood Management and the Witkoff Group are among the major New York City real estate developers enmeshed in the Dean Skelos and Sheldon Silver criminal cases this year. [more]

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  • From left: Rob Speyer, Preet Bharara and Dean Skelos

    From left: Rob Speyer, Preet Bharara and Dean Skelos

    UPDATED, 3:27 p.m., May 5: Tishman Speyer President Robert Speyer — the chairman of the Real Estate Board of New York, the city’s most powerful industry lobby — appears to be the unnamed “Developer 2” in the criminal complaint filed yesterday in the case against Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos. [more]

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  • From left: David Bren and the MetLife Building at 200 Park Avenue

    From left: David Bren and the MetLife Building at 200 Park Avenue

    Talk about under-the-radar. Donald Bren, a California-based billionaire who is the chairman of the Irvine Company, owns 97.3 percent of the iconic MetLife building, one of the country’s most recognizable skyscrapers. [more]

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  • manhattan west

    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]

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  • Madden-Norton-Speyer-Front

    From left: Thomas Madden, Michael Norton, Rob Speyer and Rockefeller Center

    The head of Tishman Speyer’s vast 99 million-square-foot global portfolio, Michael Norton, is stepping down tomorrow, and will be replaced by Thomas Madden, who is the head of asset management of Rockefeller Center. [more]

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  • From left: Joe Moinian and 3 Hudson Bouelvard Photo by STUDIO SCRIVO

    From left: Joe Moinian and 3 Hudson Bouelvard Photo by STUDIO SCRIVO

    The Moinian Group estimates it will cost $1.6 billion to develop its 1.7-million square-foot Hudson Yards office tower, 3 Hudson Boulevard, according to a public notice of the company’s intent to apply for economic incentives. [more]

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  • metlife

    MetLife Building at 200 Park Avenue in Midtown (Inset: Jerry Speyer)

    MetLife is negotiating a lease for a 90,000-square-foot space at Tishman Speyer’s 200 Park Avenue, the 3 million-square-foot office tower that bears its name at the top. [more]

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  • Top 10 development deals of 2014

    December 16, 2014 03:42PM
    From left: Ziel Feldman, Jerry Gottesman, Rob Speyer and Jeffrey Katz

    From left: Ziel Feldman, Jerry Gottesman, Rob Speyer and Jeffrey Katz

    Not all nine-figure deals are created equal. Sure, you can talk about how you closed on a development site for $100 million. You can even start bragging if you hit $250 million. But not when Ziel Feldman is in the room. [more]

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  • From left: Joseph Stern and 29-37 41st Avenue

    From left: Joseph Stern and 29-37 41st Avenue

    A Queens-based developer who bought a prime Long Island City site for $8 million three years ago flipped the property for nearly six times that amount.

    Developer Steve Cheung closed yesterday on the $46.3 million sale of the site at 29-37 41st Avenue in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City. [more]

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  • lic-1

    From left: Rob Speyer and Long Island City development site (Credit: Bing Maps via YIMBY)

    Tishman Speyer and Toronto-based partner H&R Real Estate Investment Trust filed plans today for a 1,789-unit rental project in Long Island City.

    The three towers would rise at 28-34 Jackson Avenue, 28-10 Jackson Avenue and 30-02 Queens Boulevard. The 53-story, 501,000-square-foot building at 28-34 Jackson would hold 658 apartments and a ground-floor retail space. The other properties will be a 44-story, 521,000-square-foot tower with 683 rentals on Jackson Avenue and a 33-story, 365,000-square-foot tower with 448 rentals. [more]

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  • Barnett-Elghanayan-Jobs4NY

    From left: Gary Barnett, Thomas Elghanayan, Richard Lefrak, Leonard Litwin and Donald Zucker

    New York City’s biggest real estate developers made a big splash in the political arena this month just before the election, forking out more than $2.5 million to Jobs for New York, a pro-industry political action committee backed by the Real Estate Board of New York. [more]

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  • From left: 183 Madison Avenue and Rob Speyer

    From left: 183 Madison Avenue and Rob Speyer

    Tishman Speyer Properties, together with the Cogswell-Lee Development Group, has reportedly bought 183 Madison Avenue for $185 million.

    Argentinian investment company IRSA sold the art deco building on East 34th and Madison, according to the New York Post. The building is 19 stories and was designed by Warren & Wetmore in 1925. The building was originally designed for the silk industry, and multiple fashion tenants are still housed there. [more]

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  • Major office developers look to residential

    September 27, 2014 02:00PM
    Members of the Durst Organization in front of their Queens development site [source: Michael Appleton for the NYT]

    Members of the Durst Organization in front of their Queens development site [source: Michael Appleton for the NYT]

    The Durst family made their fortune developing massive Manhattan office towers. But with the housing market seeing record prices, the Dursts are gambling on a sprawling residential development on the Queens waterfront. And they aren’t the only ones. [more]

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  • Revamped Rainbow Room to reopen next month

    September 17, 2014 02:10PM
    From left: Rob Speyer, Jerry Speyer and the Rainbow Room at 30 Rock

    From left: Rob Speyer, Jerry Speyer and the Rainbow Room at 30 Rock pre-renovation

    The iconic Rainbow Room event space, located on the 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, is due to reopen Oct. 1. [more]

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  • From left: Jerry Speyer, a rendering of the new facade of 175 Varick Street and Adam Neumann

    From left: Jerry Speyer, a rendering of the new facade of 175 Varick Street and Adam Neumann

    Tishman Speyer paid $58.7 million to a partnership between WeWork and real estate investor AEW Capital Management for the long-term leasehold at 175 Varick Street, according to city records filed Tuesday. The 187,000-square-foot Soho building is home to a 75,000-square-foot WeWork shared office. [more]

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  • Clark-245-1251-ESB-Malkin

    From left: Ric Clark, 245 Park Avenue (Credit: CoStar), 1251 Sixth Avenue, Empire State Building and Anthony Malkin

    The sales pricing per square foot for Manhattan office buildings has been surging over the past several years. A look at revenue growth for class A office towers, however, reveals a far different picture. [more]

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  • 055-058 Who owns NYC se FINAL.indd

    From left: Tishman Speyer’s far West Side development site, Jerry Speyer and Rob Speyer

    The city’s Industrial Development Agency, an offshoot of the Economic Development Corporation, is set to vote on $170 million in tax breaks for Tishman Speyer’s $3.2 billion office-and-retail tower planned for Hudson Yards. [more]

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  • 055-058 Who owns NYC se FINAL.indd

    From left: Tishman Speyer’s far West Side development site, Jerry Speyer and Rob Speyer

    Tishman Speyer has put a $3.2 billion price tag on its 2.6 million-square-foot office tower in Hudson Yards, which will rise 61 stories when completed in late 2019. [more]

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  • Rob Speyer

    Rob Speyer

    Tishman Speyer, in partnership with H&R Real Estate Investment Trust, is developing a luxury residential rental property on a 1.2 million-square-foot site in Long Island City.

    The property will hold approximately 1,600 rental units and roughly 30,000 square feet of retail space, according to a release from H&R. Adjacent to 2 Gotham Center, a fully-leased 670,000-square-foot office tower developed by Tishman Speyer in 2011 and acquired by H&R later that year, the building will ultimately stretch 42 stories. The site encompasses a full block bounded by Queens Boulevard, Jackson Avenue, Orchard Street and the Sunnyside Yards, an H&R spokesperson told TRD. [more]

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  • Stuy-Town-Iannarone

    Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village and CWCapital Asset Management’s David Iannarone

    UPDATED, June 5, 5:30 p.m.: The bond holders represented by CWCapital Asset Management who own Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village transferred the ownership of each group of buildings from one entity to an affiliated entity, valuing the entire 11,000 apartments in 110 buildings at just over $4.4 billion. [more]

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