In recent years, new office designs have encouraged employees to get moving. Cafes and lounges beckon workers when they need a break. Open staircases spur them to climb floors rather than take the elevator.
Barneys’ fight with landlord is an extreme example of an issue bedeviling many retailers: high rents Don’t blame all the vacant stores on e-commerce. Sky-high rents are squeezing retailers, too. Although
Chinese government takeover be damned; the Waldorf Astoria is striding towards its future as a hotel-condo hybrid. An offering plan for the iconic building’s forthcoming condos appeared on the state Attorney
Cesar Pelli, who designed some of the world’s most recognizable buildings, died on Friday at his home in New Haven. He was 92. Mr. Pelli’s works included the cluster of towers making up the World Financial
The Seagram liquor company and the ancient Mesoamerican civilization of the Olmecs were not obvious bedfellows. But in 1965, a crane operator lowered a colossal Olmec sculpture of a head onto the corporation’s
Pullback, led by Chinese buyers, is driving price cuts in coastal cities and causing new condos to sit empty Foreign purchases of U.S. homes have dropped by half over the last two years, a fresh blow the
Manhattan tops the list of most expensive average rent in the country, as it reached $4,190/month in June, a new report found. Brooklyn is also on the list in fourth place, with $2,881/month. The report,