Luxury Retail Entrepreneur michilli and fashion designer PatBO each signed 7,000 square foot agreements to strut 126 Fifth Avenuelearned Commercial Observer. The asking rent was $65 per square foot in the two 10-year leases, according to Compass‘ Noah Jaywho represented the two tenants with Michael Yadgard. Michilli – known forRead More →

Road Safety Committee meeting focuses on accident prevention Mail news service Jamshedpur, August 30: District Transport Officer (DTO) of Jamshedpur Dinesh Ranjan convened a meeting of the Traffic and Road Safety Committee, East Singhbhum, at Jamshedpur Collectorate on Tuesday. He reviewed various efforts made by the district transport department, trafficRead More →

By Chanakya Chaudhary India’s triumph at the 1983 Cricket World Cup may seem like a distant memory to millions of Indians, but for someone of that generation lucky enough to watch the final (against West Indies ), it was history in the making. Cut to 2022, the sports scene inRead More →

Kent Swig, President of Swig Equities, and 444 Madison Avenue (Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal with Getty Images and LoopNet) An investment firm is suing Kent Swig for months of unpaid rent at his business brokerage firm’s Madison Avenue headquarters. Investment firm Lincoln International sued SwigRead More →

New Delhi: Union Minister Jitendra Singh has said “squandering to wealth” is becoming a new avenue for startups in India, the science and technology ministry said on Saturday. According to a statement released by the ministry, Singh spoke at a national seminar on “Waste to Wealth” organized under the “EkRead More →

Content Warning: Feet As a radical student newspaper, Honi Let has a responsibility to push the boundaries of campus culture. When you think of walking around barefoot on campus, the people they have in mind are undesirable at best. Hippies, stoners, weird artists. But what if three sexy, normal collegeRead More →

PICTURE OF NISSAN PHILIPPINES NISSAN PHILIPPINES, INC. (NPI) has unveiled Nissan Assist, a mobile customer service app that is expected to provide a “fully digital, end-to-end customer service experience for Nissan customers nationwide”. Said to be part of its “digital transformation roadmap”, Nissan Assist is intended to integrate NPI, itsRead More →

Trombone Shorty, aka Troy Andrews, will perform this Wednesday at the Wilson Center. (Photo by Justen Williams) In the span of seven studio albums – the first three released on small independent label Tremé Records – Trombone Shorty has reached the pinnacle for a New Orleans musician. Leading his 10-personRead More →

KUALA LUMPUR (Aug. 26): The next frontier for I-Bhd’s i-City Finance Avenue technology infrastructure will be the establishment of immersive experience centers to provide tenants with state-of-the-art customer experience. In a statement released Thursday, August 25, I-Bhd, the master developer of i-City, said that as technology-focused financial institutions and fintechRead More →

Damakant Jayshi Wausau will solicit proposals for what city officials call “affordable housing” south of downtown, but the economic development committee stopped short of defining what residents could comfortably afford on Tuesday. Staff will post a request for proposals at 700 Grand Ave., at the corner of Grand and ThomasRead More →

Prince Avenue is a major extension of downtown Athens, connecting Normaltown, the UGA Health Sciences Campus, and the Piedmont Regional Medical Center in Athens. Along the street are retail businesses, restaurants, and medical offices, as well as historic 19th-century residences. It supports a high volume of traffic – passenger cars,Read More →

Located at 101-143 E. 22nd St., Avenue G will offer upscale apartments near the Hudson-Bergen 22nd Street light rail station and the Bayonne Crossing mall. – INVESTMENTS IN CYPRESS SHARES The Gold Coast of New Jersey is about to have another brand new, modern apartment complex. August 23, Cypress StockRead More →

One of LA’s most prolific developers is hatching plans for a large apartment complex near the intersection of Sepulveda Boulevard and Manchester Avenue in Westchester. Yesterday, Cityview submitted an application to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning soliciting rights for the construction of a mixed-use residential complex at 6136Read More →

75 businesses sign a letter to the city opposing the new downtown vision Residents spoke out against downtown Durango’s Next Step program at a city council meeting in August. Seventy-five businesses signed a letter in June expressing their dissatisfaction with plans to redevelop the main avenue downtown. (Jerry McBride/Durango HeraldRead More →

CAPE CHARLES – I have visited Cape Charles several times, but this was the first time I spent hours on Mason Avenue (which turns into Bay Avenue) – the main street. The street was lined with hotels, restaurants and shops. Tourists had flocked there all season to relax and enjoyRead More →

My name is Michele. I am 54 years old. And I want to learn how to eat better. Chef Mareya Ibrahim to the rescue! Ibrahim, also known as The Fit Foodie and author of the book “Eat Like You Give a Fork: The Real Dish on Eating to Thrive”, isRead More →

9th Avenue Parkade + Innovation Center / 5468796 Architecture + Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning © James Brittain Photography + 18 To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or https://www.archdaily.com/987482/9th-avenue-parkade-plus-innovation-center-5468796-architecture-plus-kasian-architecture-interior-design-and-planning Year Year of realization of this architectural project Year: 2022 Photographs Manufacturers Marks with products used inRead More →

Cambridge Cruise In is August 20 Cambridge Main Street will host the Cambridge Cruise In Car Show on Saturday August 20 on Wheeling Avenue in Cambridge city centre. Registration begins at 9 a.m., judging at 11 a.m. and prizes will be awarded at 4 p.m. on the courthouse lawn. RegistrationRead More →

The rust above the Myrtle Avenue-Broadway station on the J and M lines in Bushwick recalls the first major commuter train that connected Ridgewood and surrounding communities to the business centers of downtown Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan. The last steel trusses of the old Myrtle Avenue Elevated Line (El) towerRead More →