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Following merger, Viacom could sell CBS’ Midtown HQ

After merging with CBS for the second time in twenty years, Viacom is once again considering a sale of...

Following merger, Viacom could sell CBS’ Midtown HQ
Sumner Redstone sues to block ex-girlfriend from inheriting NYC penthouse

Sumner Redstone sues to block ex-girlfriend from inheriting NYC penthouse

Sumner Redstone — the 93-year-old former leader of Viacom — is suing to stop his former girlfriend from getting...

Sumner Redstone sues to block ex-girlfriend from inheriting NYC penthouse
Manhattan office leasing plummets by a third in 2012

Manhattan office leasing plummets by a third in 2012

Office leasing in Manhattan plummeted by as much as a third in 2012, as large companies pulled back from...

Manhattan office leasing plummets by a third in 2012
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NYC office leasing skews towards renewals rather than relocations

While two large recent deals may signal Manhattan’s office leasing market is finally thawing, the New York Post said...

NYC office leasing skews towards renewals rather than relocations
From left: 1515 Broadway, SL Green CEO Marc Holliday and the CBRE Group team of Michael Laginestra, Scott Gottlieb, Andrew Sussman and Ramneek Rikhy

Viacom renews Broadway HQ lease, plans to expand space to 1.6M sf

SL Green said it renewed the 1.4 million-square-foot lease for Viacom’s headquarters at 1515 Broadway through 2031, and Viacom will...

Viacom renews Broadway HQ lease, plans to expand space to 1.6M sf
SL Green buys out partner at 1515 Broadway

SL Green buys out partner at 1515 Broadway

SL Green Realty has bought out its joint venture partner in Times Square’s 1515 Broadway, giving the city’s largest office landlord full ownership of the property in a transaction valuing it at $1.21 billion,...

SL Green buys out partner at 1515 Broadway
Showtime said to consider 200 Fifth Avenue

Showtime said to consider 200 Fifth Avenue

The cable channel Showtime Networks is eyeing a move from its current home in a Theater District skyscraper to a rehabilitated century-year-old building at 200 Fifth Avenue at Madison Square Park, several sources said....

Showtime said to consider 200 Fifth Avenue
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