A design rendering shows the seven-story mixed-use building proposed for 1004 and 1006 West College Avenue in Ferguson Township. Image by OGP Architects via Ferguson Township Another new mixed-use building could see the light of day on West College Avenue in Ferguson Township. A seven-story, 75-foot-tall commercial and residential buildingRead More →

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! The International Market Place confirmed Friday that Target will replace its Saks Fifth Avenue store. A spokesperson for Saks Fifth Avenue confirmed Friday that the company plans to close its Waikiki store, which was an 80,000 square foot flagship store forRead More →

On Thursday, March 3, Brickworks North America – a subsidiary of Brickworks Limited, one of the most high-end and diverse manufacturers of building materials – officially celebrated its global flagship design studio in New York. The night brought together luminaries and tastemakers from around the world to honor this momentousRead More →

Rabina, a New York-based, family-owned and operated, multi-generational real estate investment and development firm, today announced the closing of a half-billion dollar construction financing for 520 Fifth Avenue , the first post-pandemic – and tallest – building in Manhattan to bring together luxury residences, commercial office space, world-class leisure facilitiesRead More →

JLL today announced the closing of the recapitalization of 320 Park Avenue, a 766,000 square foot Class A office building located in Midtown Manhattan. A JLL team consisting of Vice President Frank Doyle, Managing Director David Giancola, Vice President David Kleiner and Senior Managing Director Andrew Scandalios worked on behalfRead More →

Exterior work is progressing on FÖRENA, a 12-storey residential building located at 540 Sixth Avenue in Chelsea. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Landsea Homes and DNA Development, the 80,000 square foot reinforced concrete structure will produce 50 units in one- to three-bedroom layouts marketed by Fredrik EklundRead More →

Russell Investments signed an 8,568 square foot lease for five years to Beacon Capital Partners and MetLife‘Sat 575 Fifth Avenue, Cushman and Wakefield announcement. C&W handled negotiations for the tenant and landlord with Nick Masi and David Mainthow representing Russell Investments and Josh Kouriloff, Matthias Li, Andrew Braver and EricRead More →

Demolition is escalating at 343 Madison Avenue, the site of a 1,050-foot commercial supertall in Midtown East and number seven on our year-end countdown. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and developed by Boston Properties, the 55-story structure will rise from a 25,000-square-foot rectangular site between East 44th and 45th StreetRead More →

Low-cost grocer Aldi is coming to southern Lakeland. The international chain plans to build its second Lakeland store at 4532 S. Florida Ave., currently the site of a Golden Corral restaurant, which is to be demolished. The 19,209 square foot store at the intersection with Alamo Street will be justRead More →

Harlem Academy officially opened the doors of its new permanent home at 655 St. Nicholas Avenue today. Designed by Perkins Eastman and built with EW Howell as the managing contractor, the five-story, 29,000-square-foot building will expand the school’s impact to more students and strengthen its program. The new campus hasRead More →

GREENWICH – Gregorys Coffee, a fast growing East Coast coffeehouse group, has opened a new store in downtown Greenwich – the company with plans for further expansion in the state. The 1,500-square-foot store at 342 Greenwich Ave., which opened last Friday, marks the first location in Connecticut for Gregorys. WithRead More →

Little Radio will reopen at 728 Pacific Avenue in Tacoma on December 14, 2021, under adjusted ownership. The revamped menu includes a few handhelds, like this meatball simmered in the homemade marinara. Small radio Courtesy Little Radio, a restaurant and bar originally sister to Tacoma’s Wingman Brewers, will reopen nextRead More →

Uniqlo, a Japanese clothing retailer, has announced it will close its store which occupies a prominent space on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, dealing the final blow to a thoroughfare shaken by the exits of other retailers. The company announced on its website that it would be closing its store at 830Read More →