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Daily Mail
Construction will finally begin on $130m Hudson River island parkresort hotel:... Share this article The non-profit, which advocates for 'good
Construction will finally begin on $130m Hudson River island park
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
resort hotel:... Share this article The non-profit, which advocates for 'good government', argued that it was illegal for the Hudson River Park Trust to give away park space to build an amphitheater. Medial mogul Diller and his fashion designer... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Developers paying 33% above market for Pier 40 air rightsmore than what they are worth, according to a recently finished appraisal commi
Developers paying 33% above market for Pier 40 air rights
Crain's New York Business / Posted 10 days ago
more than what they are worth, according to a recently finished appraisal commissioned by the owner of those air rights, the Hudson River Park Trust. Last year, developers Westbrook Partners and Atlas Capital Group agreed to pay $100 million to... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Crumbling Hudson River Park pier repairs can begin next year, if city approves crucial salecontingent on getting approval to sell about $100 million worth of unused devel
Crumbling Hudson River Park pier repairs can begin next year, if city approves crucial sale
Crain's New York Business / Posted 10 days ago
contingent on getting approval to sell about $100 million worth of unused development rights to a real estate partnership. The Hudson River Park Trust said that the repairs are needed to keep the facility, which is the park's biggest revenue... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Big-box retail or more parking for proposed massive Pier 40 complex?for the project, which also includes a tranche of apartments deemed affordable
Big-box retail or more parking for proposed massive Pier 40 complex?
Crain's New York Business / Posted 10 days ago
for the project, which also includes a tranche of apartments deemed affordable by the de Blasio administration, would mean the Hudson River Park Trust could sell off 200,000 square feet of its air rights over Pier 40—about a third of the unused... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Engineering firm tapped to design overhaul of deteriorating Hudson River Park pierView of Pier 40 from One World Observatory. The Hudson River Park Trust announ
Engineering firm tapped to design overhaul of deteriorating Hudson River Park pier
Crain's New York Business / Posted 10 days ago
View of Pier 40 from One World Observatory. The Hudson River Park Trust announced Wednesday it has selected an engineering firm to design the overhaul of Pier 40—the 15-acre sports, parking and office facility that sits atop 3,500 decaying steel... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
In an about-face, judges say construction on Barry Diller-funded park can proceedstarted by Diller and von Furstenberg that will help run the park, in a stateme
In an about-face, judges say construction on Barry Diller-funded park can proceed
Crain's New York Business / Posted 11 days ago
started by Diller and von Furstenberg that will help run the park, in a statement. The City Club's lawsuit against the Hudson River Park Trust, the entity that governs the park, accused the group of failing to explore the environmental... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Court halts construction of island park funded by Barry DillerFurstenberg. The opponents, led by the City Club of New York, filed suit in st
Court halts construction of island park funded by Barry Diller
Crain's New York Business / Posted 30 days ago
Furstenberg. The opponents, led by the City Club of New York, filed suit in state Supreme Court in June 2015, arguing that the Hudson River Park Trust, the entity that manages and operates the park, did not go through the proper channels to launch... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Court halts construction of island park largely funded by Barry DillerFurstenberg. The opponents, led by the City Club of New York, filed suit in st
Court halts construction of island park largely funded by Barry Diller
Crain's New York Business / Posted 30 days ago
Furstenberg. The opponents, led by the City Club of New York, filed suit in state Supreme Court in June 2015, arguing that the Hudson River Park Trust, the entity that manages and operates the park, did not go through the proper channels to launch... Read more

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