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A downtown Morton's
The original 36,000 square-foot H&M flagship US store at 640 Fifth Ave. on the northwest corner of West 51st Street is quietly being shopped for lease to other retailers by Vornado Realty Trust. The cheap-chic fashion outlet has a cheap lease from the ...
Downtown retail tour highlights plans for former Filene's, Borders sites
Monday�€™s Boston Retail Bus Tour addressed plans for those sites as well as ongoing growth in retail districts around the city.
Moto Mobility's Mart move creates a new tech hotspot in River North
Google didn't buy the Mart, but its 15-year lease puts an exclamation point on a shift that has been under way at the building, owned by New York-based Vornado Realty Trust. About 40 percent of the Mart is office space, most of which is leased by tech ...
Mayor Emanuel announces Motorola Mobility moving to Merchandise Mart in Chicago  Examiner.com
Washington Design Center Sells for $200 Million in Merchandise Mart Sell-Off
Vornado announced the sale of 409 Third Street S.W. for $200 million which will result in net proceeds of $186 million and a net gain of $120 million.
Firm signs for three floors at 280 Park Avenue
In 2011, Manhattan mega firms SL Green Realty Corp and Vornado Realty Trust partnered to assume the $400 million debt for the 31-story tower.
Chicago Attracts New Towers With River Views
(The family sold the Mart as well as the Apparel Center in 1998 to Vornado Realty Trust, where they remain stockholders.) The project is being headed by Christopher Kennedy, a son of Robert F. Kennedy.
Bean Counters Holtz Rubenstein Reminick Moving to 1 Penn Plaza
Leasing for 1 Penn Plaza, which is owned by Vornado Realty Trust, is handled by Craig Panzirer and Jared Solomon. Calls and emails to CBRE, Vornado and Holtz Rubenstein Reminick were not returned by press time.
Museum makes a divine acquisition
Both buildings are fully leased and being sold by Vornado Realty Trust. The buildings combine for about 811,122 square feet and will trade for roughly $247 per square foot.
New York City May Allow Taller Towers Near Grand Central
July 12 (Bloomberg) -- Development of skyscrapers taller than the Chrysler Building may be allowed near Manhattan's Grand Central Terminal under preliminary zoning plans presented by New York's Department of City Planning.
SL Green Sells Half Of Stake In $618M 5th Ave. Retail Condo
The deal is the latest reminder that top luxury retail and real estate brands will spare no expense for an asset in Manhattan's legendary shopping corridor.