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What is that? In the foreground? Not referring to 3 WTC.
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Different angle/perspective. Note how beautiful 4 WTC is. IMO, the 2nd best tower in the complex. 2WTC is pending, because that parcel is fubar. Whatever rises there, could hold my 2nd favorite spot, but if it sucks, it will be the 4th.


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Different angle/perspective. Note how beautiful 4 WTC is. IMO, the 2nd best tower in the complex. 2WTC is pending, because that parcel is fubar. Whatever rises there, could hold my 2nd favorite spot, but if it sucks, it will be the 4th.
Personally, 3WTC is my favorite of the bunch, although it's hard to argue with 1WTC, if only for the height. That horrible 2WTC will undoubtedly be my least favorite, and 4WTC will fill the empty spot.
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Personally, 3WTC is my favorite of the bunch, although it's hard to argue with 1WTC, if only for the height. That horrible 2WTC will undoubtedly be my least favorite, and 4WTC will fill the empty spot.
I like 3 and 4 WTC, but 30 Park Place has to be one of the tops in all of Downtown for me.
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I like 3 and 4 WTC, but 30 Park Place has to be one of the tops in all of Downtown for me.
30 Park Place, along with 220 Central Park South, almost seem to be a sort of Art Deco Revival, which looks very nice and very fitting with the surroundings. I would love it if this new form of an old style would start to become a trend, and be seen in other cities.
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30 Park Place, along with 220 Central Park South, almost seem to be a sort of Art Deco Revival, which looks very nice and very fitting with the surroundings. I would love it if this new form of an old style would start to become a trend, and be seen in other cities.
I would too, but it's expensive and hard to do well. 30 Park Place looks well enough to me, with its use of precast concrete, and is more realistic. Stern has a similar building in Chicago going up now. I can't see many buildings like 220 Central Park going up in many other U.S. cities. Hard to find many places where buyers will pay enough for condos to support a limestone highrise.
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went to the World Trade Center on April 7th! here is a photo I took on the trip! https://i.imgur.com/ftqy5du.jpg
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My latest video from this morning from Breezy Point, which shows 3 World Trade Center from this vantage point: BY, QUEENSNY121

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EY eyeing Manhattan West, 1271 Sixth
Big Four accounting firm is looking to split footprint with space Downtown


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Big Four accounting firm EY, formerly known as Ernst & Young, is looking to relocate its Times Square offices to separate locations in Lower Manhattan and Midtown, where the company’s shown particular interest in properties at Manhattan West and on Sixth Avenue.

EY is considering moving its headquarters from RXR Realty’s 5 Times Square, where the accounting firm has a lease covering 1 million square feet that runs through 2022.

The company last summer inked a deal to relocate some employees into 168,000 square feet at SJP Properties’ Waterfront Corporate Center II in Hoboken, and its search for new office space in Manhattan is progressing.

EY has split the assignment between teams at CBRE, which is handling the search Downtown, and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, which is guiding the firm through potential properties in Midtown.

Sources told The Real Deal that EY is particularly interested in Brookfield Property Partners’ 1 Manhattan West and the Rockefeller Group’s 1271 Sixth Avenue for a new Midtown location, which could be in the area of 500,000 square feet or more.

Downtown, the company is looking to lease around 300,000 square feet. Sources said that pretty much limits its options to the World Trade Center, where Silverstein Properties has about 1.8 million square feet of available space at 3 World Trade Center.


A spokesperson for EY declined to comment on specific locations, but said the company is “evaluating a host of locations, all aligned with our strategic plan to deliver service across the greater New York City marketplaces, including New Jersey and Connecticut.”

EY is the anchor tenant and has naming rights at 5 Times Square, which Scott Rechler’s RXR bought a controlling stake in last year for $800 million.

Brookfield, meanwhile, has pre-leased about 40 percent of the 2.1 million-square-foot tower known as 1 Manhattan West to the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and the National Hockey League.

The Rockefeller Group has invested more than $600 million to modernize the 2 million-square-foot building at 1271 Sixth Avenue in order to help fill a huge vacancy left by Time Inc.’s relocation to Brookfield Place in 2015.

The landlord has already signed Major League Baseball to 400,000 square feet, and Mizuho Americas is reportedly closing in on a deal to lease 150,000 square feet, a figure that could grow to 350,000 square feet.
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