Aerial rendering of 330 West 42nd Street - MdeAS Architects

Partial Commercial-to-Residential Conversion Revealed for McGraw-Hill Building in Midtown, Manhattan

Resolution Real Estate has revealed plans for a partial residential conversion of the McGraw-Hill Building, a 33-story landmarked tower at 330 West 42nd Street in Midtown, Manhattan. The announcement comes on the heels of the firm’s recent completion of a major renovation of the building’s commercial spaces. MdeAS Architects is leading the office and residential conversions, with SLCE Architects designing all apartment layouts.

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3 World Trade Center, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

StubHub Relocates Headquarters to 3 World Trade Center in Financial District, Manhattan

StubHub, one of the world’s largest online destinations for ticketed live events, will establish its new headquarters at 3 World Trade Center in Manhattan’s Financial District. In an effort to consolidate its commercial footprint, the company will close multiple locations in Midtown, and instead occupy 44,000 square feet of 3 World Trade Center’s 59th floor.

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Aerial rendering of the sky garden and terrace at 200 Madison Avenue - Rendering courtesy of Vocon

Renderings Reveal Amenity Spaces at 200 Madison Avenue in Midtown, Manhattan

A batch of renderings are the first to reveal new amenity spaces at 200 Madison Avenue, a 26-story landmarked office tower in Midtown, Manhattan. George Comfort & Sons, the current owner of the building, has partnered with architecture and design firm Vocon to transform the common areas into more engaging light-filled spaces that also honor the history of the Neo-Renaissance-style building.

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Aerial view of The Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

Museum of Jewish Heritage Reviews Plans for Genealogy Research Center in Battery Park City, Manhattan

The Museum of Jewish Heritage is currently reviewing plans to build a new genealogy research center at its facility at 36 Battery Place in Battery Park City. Named the Peter and Mary Kalikow Genealogy Research Center, the waterfront expansion will provide visitors with Jewish genealogy resources through JewishGen, a non-profit organization and affiliate of the museum.

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Daytime view of the Garment District in Manhattan - Courtesy of Mark Zhu, Stock Photo Contributor

New York State Awards $4.5M to Manhattan’s Garment District to Support Neighborhood Revitalization

Manhattan’s Garment District is the latest neighborhood to receive an award from the NY Forward program, a state-funded initiative that supports strategic revitalization plans across New York. The $4.5 million award will specifically support local efforts to create a robust economic district with attractive investment opportunities, engaging public spaces, and improved public safety.

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