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From left: Anthony Malkin, 1350 Broadway and CBRE's Paul Amrich

Law firm eats up three floors at W&H’s 1350 Broadway

Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, a law firm tenant at 1350 Broadway, is expanding the company’s occupancy by 35 percent,...

Law firm eats up three floors at W&H’s 1350 Broadway
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Cohen’s suit against W&H dismissed

From left: Charles Cohen, Anthony Malkin and 112 West 34th Street A New York State Supreme Court judge dismissed...

Cohen’s suit against W&H dismissed
Developer sues W&H for allegedly illegal renovation at 1400 Broadway

Developer sues W&H for allegedly illegal renovation at 1400 Broadway

From left: Developer Charles Cohen, 1400 Broadway and Anthony Malkin, president of W&H Properties Developer Charles Cohen is suing...

Developer sues W&H for allegedly illegal renovation at 1400 Broadway
Cohen sues Malkins over $81M renovation

Cohen sues Malkins over $81M renovation

From left: Charles Cohen, Anthony Malkin and 112 West 34th Street   The $81 million Pinnacle Award-nominated renovation of 112 West 34th Street by father-and-son development duo Peter and Anthony Malkin may have won...

Cohen sues Malkins over $81M renovation
Hong Kong company finally signs 490,000-square-foot lease in Empire State Building

Hong Kong company finally signs 490,000-square-foot lease in Empire State Building

Anthony Malkin and the Empire State building Li & Fung, a Hong Kong-based trading company, signed a lease yesterday...

Hong Kong company finally signs 490,000-square-foot lease in Empire State Building
Top NYC landlords cut rents to draw tenants

Top NYC landlords cut rents to draw tenants

Chart clarification: While CBRE data puts Durst’s portfolio at 7.2 million square feet, a Durst spokesperson later said that figure is actually 9 million.   Asking rents plunged for some of Midtown’s top landlords...

Top NYC landlords cut rents to draw tenants

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