In 2013, it was reported that WeWork was in talks for 500,000 square feet at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. YIMBY has now obtained plans for a new mixed-use structure on the site, which would host both a WeWork/WeLive, with the design coming from S9/Perkins Eastman.
Real Estate Weekly watched crews install the first few panels of the glassy curtain wall going in at Manhattan West‘s 450 West 33rd Street, the 16-story, 1.8-million square-foot behemoth located near Penn Station, which Brookfield Properties is renovating top-to-bottom. The transformation is costing $200 million, and this past November, the Wall Street Journal reported that JP Morgan Chase signed a 123,000 square-foot lease for one of the floors. REX Associates is designing, and completion is expected in 2016.
The Real Deal reports that an affiliate of Ruder Finn has acquired the five-story, 34,000 square-foot commercial building at 425 East 53rd Street, in Midtown East, for $30.7 million. The building will be converted to office space to house the firm’s new headquarters, and Spagnolo Gisness & Associates is designing. The currently occupying tenants will vacant the building this summer.
The 1911 Beaux Arts office building at 300 Park Avenue South is getting a swanky new roof deck in time for next spring, according to reps from owner Rockrose Development. Murdock Solon Architects is designing…
Developer Bruce Ratner has revealed his plans to redevelop Nassau County’s Coliseum site in Uniondale, on Long Island. Plans call for the renovation of the stadium, which will seat 13,000, and 3.4 million square feet of office, retail and hotel development, reports the LI Herald. On the west end of the site, two four-story office buildings will line the street. At the north and south ends, nine-story hotel buildings are planned, and construction is slated to begin in August.