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Crain's New York Business
Firm pays $200 million for majority stake in St. John's Terminal, eyes big redevelopmentlarge as 200,000 square feet. Last year, the owners of St. John’s Terminal att
Firm pays $200 million for majority stake in St. John's Terminal, eyes big redevelopment
Crain's New York Business / Posted 9 days ago
large as 200,000 square feet. Last year, the owners of St. John’s Terminal attempted to strike a deal with the state and the Hudson River Park Trust to purchase $100 million of additional air rights from Pier 40, a large doughnut-shaped structure... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
St. John's Terminal owner seeks partner to help in its redevelopmentAs part of the rezoning, the firm would pay $100 million to buy 200,000 square
St. John's Terminal owner seeks partner to help in its redevelopment
Crain's New York Business / Posted 9 days ago
As part of the rezoning, the firm would pay $100 million to buy 200,000 square feet of air rights from Pier 40 from the Hudson River Park Trust, which manages the pier. The proceeds would be used to repair the pier, which is across the... Read more
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New York Magazine
The Urban Designer Who Brought Whimsy to London Is Turning His Eye to New Yorkof Pier 55 — lawsuits, too, which Diller has suggested were funded by developer
The Urban Designer Who Brought Whimsy to London Is Turning His Eye to New York
New York Magazine / Posted 10 days ago
of Pier 55 — lawsuits, too, which Diller has suggested were funded by developer Douglas Durst, who Diller believed resented the Hudson River Park Trust for having elbowed Durst out of its orbit. But there’s no question Heatherwick’s floating hillock... Read more
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New York Post
‘Hollywood on the Hudson’ gets green light from appeals courtthe nonprofit that runs Hudson River Park after he was pushed off the board in
‘Hollywood on the Hudson’ gets green light from appeals court
New York Post / Posted 16 days ago
the nonprofit that runs Hudson River Park after he was pushed off the board in 2011. The president of the nonprofit, the Hudson River Park Trust, said, “This was a ridiculous lawsuit from the start, so we’re pleased by today’s swift and... Read more
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