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Federal government is paying unusually high rent for Trump Tower apartment

Federal government is paying unusually high rent for Trump Tower apartment

The U.S. government is paying $130,000 per month to rent an apartment in Trump Tower — far above the...

Trump will breach his Washington hotel lease when he becomes president: Democrats

Trump will breach his Washington hotel lease when he becomes president: Democrats

Donald Trump may automatically be in breach of the lease for his Washington, D.C. hotel once he is sworn...

Federal employees, fearful of terrorist attack, sue to block move to 1 WTC

Federal employees, fearful of terrorist attack, sue to block move to 1 WTC

Six federal employees are suing to prevent their agency’s move to 1 World Trade Center because they’re afraid of...

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Florida pol says GSA, in signing WTC lease, acted without approval

Florida Rep. John Mica, who chairs the house’s Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, says the General Services Administration acted...

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Five years on, GSA signs 1 WTC lease

About five years after the General Services Administration first began talks for a space at 1 World Trade Center, the agency yesterday signed a lease for 270,000 square feet at the landmark tower the...

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Florida pol holds up GSA’s 1 WTC lease

The General Services Administration’s 300,000-square-foot lease deal for 1 World Trade Center, whose completion has already been dragged out...

Fitch downgrades pool of loans led by Metrotech Center building

Fitch downgrades pool of loans led by Metrotech Center building

Fitch Ratings downgraded a $6.6 million class of commercial real estate loans led by 10 Metrotech Center, a seven-story...

GSA halves prospective lease at 1 WTC

GSA halves prospective lease at 1 WTC

The General Services Administration will likely take much less space at 1 World Trade Center than previously expected, the New York Post reported. While the U.S. agency and the Port Authority of New York...

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