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Wave of new development gains momentum

By Roland Li

On the west side of Union Square, a glass box stands out from the historic streetscape. The building, 15 Union Square West, was the original cast-iron Tiffany & Co. headquarters. It was later acquired by Amalgamated Bank, which covered the façade with white brick after a piece of iron fell and killed a pedestrian. After Brack Capital acquired the site, with intentions of converting to residential, it began stripping away the façade, unveiling the original arches. The developers sought to preserve the original structure, encasing the original walls in glass, and adding additional upper floors.

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Photo Gallery: Savanna and Monday Properties Improvement Plan Celebration

Summer cocktail event hosted by Savanna and Monday Properties at 386 Park Avenue South, a 20-story, 260,000-square-foot office building located on the northwest corner of Park Avenue South and 27th Street in the Midtown South district of Manhattan. The event celebrated the launch of a $30 million capital improvement plan at the building and a newly completed 8,600-square-foot prebuilt office space on the 8th floor.

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Photo Gallery: Carriage House Launch

200 brokers and guests turned out for a launch party held in the parking garage of the new Chelsea boutique condo, Carriage House. Parked up were some very special automobiles, including a 1965 AC Shelby Cobra and a 1969 Jaguar E-type displayed courtesy of the Classic Car Club (CCC) of Manhattan, a private club which gives its members the keys to a remarkable fleet of rare automobiles.

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