Ground was broken Tuesday at the new World Trade Center Transportation Hub. Designed by Santiago Calatrava, the $2.21 billion station will connect PATH trains with New York City subways and will also be equipped to one day receive Long Island Rail Road trains as well as a rail link from Kennedy Airport. The hub is expected to be operational in 2009, according to the Port Authority, and could serve as many as 80,000 commuters a day.
|Zillow sues Compass for poaching tech talent, allegedly stealing trade secrets|
|Queens property purchased for $125M by Chinese firm headed to foreclosure|
|JLL I-sales broker out amid merger with HFF|
|This 19th century UES townhouse just traded hands for a loss|
|Blackstone will pay rent-stabilized tenants $1M. It won’t stop the lawsuit.|
|Vornado sells 45% stake in prime Manhattan retail portfolio valued at $5.6B|
|Marriott to build the tallest modular hotel in the world in NoMad|