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  • SL Green Creates Culinary Destination at One Vanderbilt

    The company is partnering with Chef Daniel Boulud to develop a new culinary concept for the 1,401-foot skyscraper.

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  • Empire State Inks 108 KSF Lease at 1400 Broadway

    The company secured international law firm Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy to lease floors eight through 10 at the iconic 37-story high-rise. Members of NKF represented both Fragomen and the landlord.

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  • Deloitte Taps New Vice Chairman

    Jim Berry will replace Vice Chairman Robert O’Brien and will step up as the firm’s leader of real estate and construction sector practice.

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  • Property Tax Tip: Beware of Misleading Comp Sales

    Are you challenging an assessment? A veteran tax attorney urges a close look at sales comps used by the assessor, which may not reflect your asset's true market value.

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  • DLA Piper Special Report: Deal Making in Uncertain Times

    Following a surge in transaction volume last year, sellers are now hesitant. Some are looking for 2015 pricing in 2017, which buyers don't want to offer.

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  • Breathing New Life into Old Buildings

    Many shopping centers are being renovated into new spaces with new uses as a result of changing retail trends and the growth of online shopping. A creative vision and unique zoning approach are needed to be successful, notes Withey Morris PLC Owner Adam Baugh.

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    Sawyer, formerly a vice president in the development and consulting services group, rejoins the company after an absence of five years. She will be based in Boston.

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