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Could Philly's Waterfront Finally Become a CRE Destination?

Philadelphia’s Delaware River waterfront has never been a hotbed of development. Hampered by various factors, it has yet to enjoy the benefits of the city’s development boom of the past few years. But recent development announcements indicate that may finally change.

Publication Bisnow
Date 2017-04-12
Author Matthew Rothstein

‘Artisan’ Ice Cream Shop Adds Third Manhattan Location

Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream, which started out of a yellow truck on city streets in 2008, is adding a third Manhattan store.

Publication New York Post
Date 2017-04-11
Author Steve Cuozzo

Five Manhattan Real Estate Influencers You Need to Know

Behind every elected official is a team of advisers and appointees. Take a closer look at the biggest legislative battles, and there are often well-connected industry executives seeking to shape or stall the final bill.

Publication City and State New York
Date 2017-04-07
Author City and State New York

Marathon Asset Management Gets Right-Sized at One Bryant Park

New York-based global investment adviser Marathon Asset Management thought big—perhaps too big—when it signed a lease at One Bryant Park nine years ago.

Publication Commercial Observer
Date 2017-04-04
Author Lauren Elkies Schram

Selling Points: Durst Goes Beyond NY Borders, Largavista Mulling Creative Office Conversion

The Durst Organization has acquired a slice of the Philadelphia waterfront for just over $21 million, according to sources. The purchase of the Philadelphia Piers at Penn’s Landings is Durst’s first purchase outside of New York.

Publication Real Estate Weekly
Date 2017-03-29
Author Real Estate Weekly
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675 Third Avenue- Green Roof Installation
Installation of the 675 Third Avenue Green Roof