The New York City Department of Design & Construction

  • March – Briefs/Leasing & Management

    Air Liquide to Move U.S. Headquarters; Signs for 222 KSF; Columbia Property Trust Signs Law Firm in Cleveland; RFR Realty Leases 167 KSF in Manhattan; C&W Reps Carlisle Etcetera in 63 KSF Renewal; Forbes Signs HQ Lease with LeFrak in Jersey City; Deloitte Takes 120 KSF in Stamford; Allied World Grabs 143 KSF in Manhattan’s FiDi; City of New York Renews, Expands to 233 KSF at Queens Atrium.

    National 26 February 2014 16:14
  • City of New York Renews, Expands to 233 KSF at Queens Atrium

    Not only has the New York City Department of Design and Construction renewed its commitment to its home base at Queens Atrium in Long Island City in Queens, N.Y., the agency has also taken on some more elbowroom.

    New York 24 January 2014 16:00

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