Financial District

Mayor Eric Adams speaks at the Century 21 ribbon cutting ceremony in Manhattan - Photo by Michael Appleton, Mayoral Photography Office

Retailer Century 21 Reopens at 22 Cortlandt Street in Financial District, Manhattan

Century 21 has reopened in its Financial District flagship in Manhattan after nearly three years of closure. Located at 22 Cortlandt Street, the bargain fashion retailer first opened in the 1960s as a family operation run by Al and Sonny Gindi. The size of the store, once ranked among the largest retail locations in Manhattan, has been reduced from its original six-story footprint to four floors at the primary 22 Cortlandt Street building.

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3 World Trade Center, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

StubHub Relocates Headquarters to 3 World Trade Center in Financial District, Manhattan

StubHub, one of the world’s largest online destinations for ticketed live events, will establish its new headquarters at 3 World Trade Center in Manhattan’s Financial District. In an effort to consolidate its commercial footprint, the company will close multiple locations in Midtown, and instead occupy 44,000 square feet of 3 World Trade Center’s 59th floor.

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125 Greenwich Street Lands $313 Million to Finish Construction in Manhattan’s Financial District

Fortress Investment Group, Bizzi & Partners, and U.S. Immigration Fund have closed on $313 million in construction financing to complete 125 Greenwich Street, a stalled 88-story residential skyscraper in Manhattan’s Financial District. Designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects, the 912-foot-tall structure is planned to yield 273 condominium units with interiors by March & White and marketing by Douglas Elliman Marketing Development, which is aiming to launch sales this fall. The loan was provided by Northwind Group, a debt fund manager headquartered in New York City. Work will resume with Time Square Construction and Plaza Construction jointly managing contracting duties for the property located at the corner of Greenwich and Thames Streets, just south of the World Trade Center complex and Liberty Park.

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Street view of 60 Broad Street

Capital Improvement Program Revealed for 60 Broad Street in Manhattan’s Financial District

Piedmont Office Realty Trust has revealed an extensive capital improvement program at 60 Broad Street, a 38-story mid-century office tower in Manhattan’s Financial District. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, a tenant at the building, the overhaul will create a new building entryway, a renovated lobby, modernized elevator cabs, and new amenity spaces. The property is bound by Beaver Street to the south, Broad Street to the east, and New Street to the west.

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Rendering of CompletePlayground at 30 Broad Street in Financial District, Manhattan

Underground Family Activity Center to Debut at 30 Broad Street in Financial District, Manhattan

CompletePlayground, a new nonprofit organization, will open its first family activity center at 30 Broad Street. The 40,000-square-foot underground playground is designed to accommodate children of all abilities, including those with special needs. The playground will occupy a portion of New York Sports Club’s former Financial District location.

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