In This Week's Observer...Edgar Bronfman Two persons are named Edgar Bronfman (father and son). They are the son and grandson of Seagram founder Samuel Bronfman:
James Houghton, chairman of the board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, sells his Majestic co-op for $4.9 million.
Boy developer Ben Shaoul talks East Village condos and marriage.
Macklowe Metrics: Is there enough credit for an investment-sales boom in '08?
Newsweek plans a move from a Midtown tower to Alex Sapir's 100 Church Street downtown.
JPMorgan Chase JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM TYO: 8634 ) is one of the oldest financial services firms in the world. The company, headquartered in New York City, is one of the leaders in investment banking, financial services, asset and wealth management and private equity. With assets of $1. moves to exiting five floors at the Rudins' 345 Park Avenue.
Are self-sustaining parks sustainable? Piers 40 and 57 on the far West Side could provide the answer.
Fashion Week may exit Bryant Park Bryant Park is a 9.603 acre (39,000 m²) public park located in the New York City borough of Manhattan. It is bounded by Fifth Avenue, Sixth Avenue, 40th Street and 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan. The central building of the New York Public Library is in the park. as early as next year.
Florent Morellet pioneered the Meatpacking meatpacking or meat-processing, wholesale business of buying and slaughtering animals and then processing and distributing their carcasses to retailers. The livestock industry is among the largest in the world. District. He pioneered it so much, in fact, that its popularity may force him from it.