Whatever you think of the Occupy Wall Street protesters who have taken over Zuccotti Park (formerly Liberty Park Plaza) across from the World Trade Center site and amid many of Manhattan’s most luxurious Financial District rental apartments, one thing seems certain: the Occupy Wall Street demonstration isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
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Ten years after the World Trade Center attacks of 9/11, a collective portrait of NYC’s Financial District today. Yesterday, September 11, 2011, marked the tenth anniversary of that harrowing, heartbreaking day on which, we all predicted, “everything had changed.” And, of course, in some ways we were right. Ten years after the World Trade Center [...]
September in New York City means lots of different things to lots of different people: back to school, back to work, the pennant races, Fashion Night Out, a reprieve from the heat of summer, lots of new restaurant openings, and the kick-off of the busiest, most exciting cultural season of year. But to all New [...]
It should come as no surprise that the most heavily-hyped NYC rental apartment building in recent memory, Frank Gehry’s soaring residential tower at 8 Spruce Street, continues to generate lots of press. After all, the immodestly named New York by Gehry was designed–right down to the doorknobs!–by arguably the planet’s most famous architect, and it [...]
Manhattan rental apartments throughout Lower Manhattan have, over the last five years or so, steadily become some of the most attractive properties in the entire city… and not just as pied-a-terres for bankers, either. Families, creative types, and professionals of all sorts have been flocking to the Financial District (FiDi) of late, enticed not only [...]
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