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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, June 24, 2017

Real Estate

On Thursday, April 20, developer Two Trees Management announced that in the summer of 2018, the giant new public park will open along the Williamsburg waterfront. The park is one component of the overall Domino redevelopment project.

The new waterfront park will span a quarter of a mile and be called Domino Park. The same firm that headed the construction of the High Line, James Corner Field Operations, have designed this new park. 

According to Curbed New York, “Much like the High Line weaves through the high-rises now taking shape in West Chelsea, Domino Park will weave its way through the 11-acre Domino megaproject and incorporate many of the historic elements of the sugar factory that once operated out of this site. The highlight

The United States’ largest lender JPMorgan Chase & Co. is planning to increase the size of its technology hub in New York City by more than three times. Bloomberg reports that this is in order to make more space for the bank’s coders and data engineers.

The firm is looking to lease an additional 300,000 square feet from Brookfield Property Partners LP in 5 Manhattan West’s upper levels. In the same building, JPMorgan currently occupies only 125,000 square feet. Although the bank is now

Lawyers, accountants, government officials, underwriters – all working in unison to sift through financial statements, analyze business plans and find out every detail about you and your firm - a private company’s worst nightmare. Same process, different country, and of course, all part of the standard procedure for taking a company to the public markets. And let’s not forget the grueling “road show”, where these same companies spend weeks gauging the demand for their offering from potential

The Georgica Pond home, which belongs to the investment banker Carl Tiedemann, is back on the market for $85 million— almost double its initial asking price.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the lot at 19 and 23 Chauncey Close in East Hampton, is 7.1 acres and was originally on the market for $45 million in 2015. The price was pulled back to $32 million and then taken off the market, due to sale prices dropping in all parts of the Hamp-tons in the last quarter of 2016, reported Douglas

The apparel industries in the Garment District say that they will be destroyed if the proposal by the de Blasio administration to rezone the area passes. The demise is already in progress by the looks of the current tenants in the area.

According to Crain’s News, “Six landlords own one-third of the district’s 25 million square feet between West 35th and West 40th streets and Ninth Avenue and Broadway, according to brokerage firm Cushman & Wakefield: The Chetrit Group, Empire State Realty