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Under Construction: How Durst Organization’s Frank 57 West Is Different

The name Frank 57 West, which refers to Durst Organization’s mixed-use building at 600 West 58th Street, started out as a joke. Frank Durst is the grandson of the company’s chairman Douglas Durst and the son of daughter Helena and is just a 4-year-old.

Publication Commercial Observer
Date 2017-03-29
Author Liam La Guerre

Philadelphia Piers on Delaware River Sold to NY Developer

The impending transformation along the Delaware River continues, with the news that a big-time New York-based developer has bought some prime property on the waterfront. The Durst Organization announced Monday that it purchased Philadelphia Piers for $21.4 million from Brandywine Realty Trust.

Publication Curbed Philadelphia
Date 2017-03-28
Author Melissa Romero

New York City firm, 'bullish' on Philly, acquires pier with Dave & Buster's

New York City real estate developer The Durst Organization announced Monday the acquisition of several Philadelphia pier properties along the Delaware River, including the site of popular entertainment hub Dave & Buster's.

Publication The Philly Voice
Date 2017-03-27
Author Michael Tanenbaum

Brandywine sells Delaware Riverfront properties to Durst Organization

A huge slate of properties lining the Delaware Riverfront have sold to The Durst Organization, a New York-based real estate company that counts One Trade Center as one of its holdings, in the family-run firm's first acquisition outside of its home city.

Publication Philadelphia Business Journal
Date 2017-03-27
Author Alison Burdo

The Durst Organization Announces Acquisition of Philadelphia Piers at Penn’s Landing

First Investment Outside of New York Reflects The Durst Organization’s Bullish Thinking on Philadelphia and the Potential of the City’s Waterfront

Publication The Durst Organization
Date 2017-03-27
Author Jordan Barowitz
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Installation of the 675 Third Avenue Green Roof