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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced plans to transform the long vacant Kingsbridge Armory in the Bronx into what will become the world’s largest indoor ice facility. Read More
April 24th marks the 100th Anniversary of our office building, The Woolworth Building. Read More
In early April 2013, the City of New York officially approved the plans to convert Pier 57 – a 425,000 square foot Pier in the Hudson River – into a new retail and cultural hub to be built by Young Woo & Associates. Read More
In the March 17th edition of the New York Times Eleanor Randolph endorsed the idea of the Queensway. Read More
The High Line recently released an exciting video highlighting this past year’s events, art projects, and other happenings. Read More
On November 13th, 2012 the New York City Council approved Jamestown Properties’ plan to rezone Chelsea Market. The project would add up to 1200 new high-tech and media jobs and contribute $13 million to the Highline and $5 million to build low-and moderate-income housing. Read More
On March 28, 2012, the New York City Council formally approved Rudin Management’s plan to rezone the former St. Vincent’s hospital site in Greenwich Village. The project will reactivate the dormant site, create more than 1,600 jobs, restore health care to the local community, and create a new public park and hundreds of new school seats. Read More
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. joined by a number of elected officials at the armory along with New York Rangers’ legend Mark Messier and Olympic Gold Medalist Sarah Hughes to announce their support for the Kingsbridge National Ice Center (KNIC) proposal for the historic property located in the Bronx. Read More
Initial designs for the third and final section of the High Line – which wraps around the Rail Yards – were released in March 2012 by the Friends of the High Line. Construction on the $90 million project is expected to be done by the end of 2013 and open to the public in spring 2014.