SL Green

SL Green

About: SL Green Realty Corporation is a publicly listed real estate investment trust (REIT). The REIT acquires and holds mainly Manhattan commercial real estate.

Headquartered in: New York, New York
Founded in: 1980
Founded by: Stephen L. Green
Lead by: Chairman Stephen L. Green; CEO Marc Holliday; President Andrew Mathias; CFO Matthew DiLiberto.

SL Green Q&A

Where does SL Green operate?
As of spring 2019, the trust had interest 96 Manhattan buildings containing a total of 46.4 million square feet, as well as office and retail properties distributed across Brooklyn, Westchester, and Connecticut.
What does SL Green do?
SL Green is one of the largest office landlords in New York City. They focus on acquiring and managing commercial properties throughout the city and close suburbs.
Who owns SL Green?
The company, formerly known as SL Green Properties, went public on the New York Stock Exchange in 1997 and its ticker symbol is SLG.

SL Green Top Stories

June 11, 2019SL Green has put the Daily News building at 220 East 42nd Street up for sale.
April 17, 2019SL Green Realty has locked in another tenant for One Vanderbilt, bringing the 1,400-foot-tall East Midtown tower to 60 percent occupancy.
April 17, 2019SL Green Realty's bet on a Hudson Yards building appears to be paying off after the office landlord signed a massive lease with First Republic Bank.

The Latest

Restaurant owner Daniel Humm and Eleven Madison Park (Getty, Google Maps, City Foodsters via Wikipedia)

Eleven Madison Park works out deal with landlord to reopen

 SL Green Realty has “stepped up in a big way” according to the chef behind Eleven Madison Park. The...

Eleven Madison Park works out deal with landlord to reopen
410 Tenth Avenue with SL Green’s Andrew Mathias and Marc Holliday (Google Maps; SL Green)

SL Green gets $600M construction loan for 410 Tenth Avenue

SL Green Realty is replacing one big construction loan with another at its Far West Side office redevelopment. The...

SL Green gets $600M construction loan for 410 Tenth Avenue
From left: Parking garages at 81 Fleet Place, 240 Riverside Boulevard and 1515 Broadway (Google Maps, iStock)

Landlords claim parking garages owe $7.5M

UPDATED, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, 6:24 p.m.: Parking garages have emptied out as tourists and workers stayed home and about 420,000 residents fled the city. Now, one of the city’s largest garage operators is...

Landlords claim parking garages owe $7.5M
SL Green CEO Marc Holliday, 590 Fifth Avenue and Thor Equities CEO Joseph Sitt (Holliday via Grant Lamos IV/Getty Images; Google Maps)

SL Green moves to foreclose on Thor’s 590 Fifth Ave

SL Green Realty, which has been looking to its loan books for cash in recent months, is foreclosing on...

SL Green moves to foreclose on Thor’s 590 Fifth Ave
HNA Group chairman Chen Feng, SL Green CEO Marc Holliday and 245 Park Avenue (Getty, Google Maps, iStock)

What tenants are paying at HNA’s 245 Park Avenue

When HNA Group paid $2.2 billion to acquire 245 Park Avenue in 2017, it put an exclamation mark on...

What tenants are paying at HNA’s 245 Park Avenue
410 Tenth Avenue and SL Green CEO Marc Holliday (410 Tenth via Google Maps; Holliday via SL Green)

SL Green shopping Amazon-anchored office in Hudson Yards

SL Green Realty, which has been bulking up its coronavirus cushion, is looking to sell an office property in...

SL Green shopping Amazon-anchored office in Hudson Yards
Lori Shabtai and SL Green CEO Marc Holliday (Getty, SL Green)

Broker accuses SL Green of stiffing her on $1.4M commission

Broker Lori Shabtai claims SL Green shafted her on a $1.4 million commission, instead offering her an “insulting ‘tip’...

Broker accuses SL Green of stiffing her on $1.4M commission
SL Green CEO Marc Holliday, One Vanderbilt and One Madison Avenue

SL Green still believes in New York

Though New York City reached Phase 4 of reopening this week, office workers have been slow to return. As the city’s largest commercial landlord, executives at SL Green are seeing this first-hand. “Office space...

SL Green still believes in New York
From left: SL Green CEO Marc Holliday, Ceruzzi Properties’ Arthur Hooper, the Lipstick Building at 885 Third Avenue and IRSA president Eduardo Elsztain (Getty, Wikipedia, Google Maps)

Lipstick Building ground rent reset leads to appraisal dispute

Even in the best of times, market-value rent resets on ground leases have been notorious for causing disputes between...

Lipstick Building ground rent reset leads to appraisal dispute
From left: Empire State Building, One Vanderbilt and 220 Central Park South

REITs: A crystal ball for NYC’s commercial real estate

How quickly will New York City recover from the pandemic’s jiu jitsu move that uses the city’s greatest strengths...

REITs: A crystal ball for NYC’s commercial real estate

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