Makeover for 100 Church St.

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The facade of 100 Church Street is getting a makeover, with a planned exterior of black granite and double-paned windows. The building’s transformation might help bring in tenants, as the space has had high vacancies since September 11, 2001. Deals fell through with the Toy Industry Association and Omnicom Group, and most recently Newsweek magazine chose to move into Soho instead, leaving the landlord, the Sapir Organization, with a vacant block of 400,000 square feet. The building, designed in 1958 by architects Emory Roth and Sons, was featured in The Real Deal’s March issue. 

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