In the News: 77 Reade

••• The penthouses at 77 Reade are on the market. You can poke around for all the units’ floor plans or StreetEasy for tiny photos. (Curbed)

••• The New York Times follows up on UBS’s interest in moving from Stamford to 3WTC.

••• “Multiple sources say a sale of the Class B building at 170 Broadway [at Maiden Lane], owned by AMG Realty, is in the works to local hotelier Tribeca Associates [….] Downtown is seeing a 20 percent surge in hotel rooms as firms prep for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum opening this fall.” (New York Post)

••• “In other good news for downtown, a deal for the 1 million-square-foot majority interest in the white, nearly windowless Verizon Building at 375 Pearl St. was completed to Seattle developer Sabey Data Centers for $120 million. Sources tell us Youngwoo Associates is in the deal with a 2 percent equity stake. Additionally, Verizon continues to own at least three floors in the building, which is filled with high-tech switches and wiring that Sabey wants for its clients. Sabey will rename the building Intergate Manhattan and reposition it as a tech-centric commercial tower.” It’s really good news if they make it less ugly. (New York Post)


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