• Major landlord tells Mayor de Blasio lead by example, bring back own staff

    Major landlord tells Mayor de Blasio lead by example, bring back own staff

    Lead by example, Mr. Mayor! Stephen Green, founder of the city’s largest commercial real estate company SL Green Realty Corp., exhorted Mayor Bill de Blasio to bring his staff back to the office to help jumpstart the city’s coronavirus recovery. “I believe he should bring back his staff and the city tenants first. At SL …
  • Carl Icahn has officially ditched NYC for Florida

    Carl Icahn has officially ditched NYC for Florida

    Carl Icahn has officially moved left New York City for Sunny Isles Beach in Florida. The billionaire activist investor has entered into a lease for a 23,463-square-foot office in the new Milton Tower, becoming its first tenant. He now occupies about one-fifth of the building, including both the penthouse and the 12th floor, Milton Tower …
  • Harlem development boom to bring new Target to 125th Street

    Harlem development boom to bring new Target to 125th Street

    Shrugging off gloomy predictions about the city’s future, big-league developers on Monday unveiled plans for transformative new projects on Harlem’s famed 125th Street, including a new Target. The deals — remarkable strokes of confidence in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic — aren’t long-range pipe dreams either, but fully financed ventures that will break ground …
  • Facebook closes on massive NYC office expansion

    Facebook closes on massive NYC office expansion

    The biggest lease of the year is done – and it’s momentous good news for a limping office-leasing market in a city beleaguered by the coronavirus. Facebook on Monday closed on a long-awaited deal for 730,000 square feet at Vornado’s Farley Building, the former post office site between Madison Square Garden and the Hudson Yards …
  • Struggling Subway quietly leases Miami office space

    Struggling Subway quietly leases Miami office space

    Subway Restaurants is quietly making plans to open an office in sunny Miami, The Post has learned. Subway’s hard-driving Chief Executive John Chidsey — hired in November to revamp the struggling company — signed a lease last week for office space near Doral, Fla., just west of the Miami International Airport, sources said. In a …
  • Why Amazon didn’t acquire NYC Fairway stores while scooping up 2 in NJ

    Why Amazon didn’t acquire NYC Fairway stores while scooping up 2 in NJ

    The Fairway name will live on in New York City even as it loses its New Jersey locations to tech giant Amazon. The iconic Big Apple grocer on Wednesday said it wrapped up a bankruptcy auction that included the sale of two New Jersey leases to Amazon for $1.5 million. Amazon’s plans for the stores, …
  • Amazon to acquire two Fairway Market stores in NJ

    Amazon to acquire two Fairway Market stores in NJ

    Amazon will take over two Fairway Market stores in New Jersey — two fewer than the tech giant had hoped to acquire in a bankruptcy auction that ended on Wednesday, The Post has learned. Sources say Village Supermarket — which operates Shoprite stores and had been the stalking horse bidder for Fairway’s five Manhattan stores, …