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    330 Hudson St is chugging along.



    Beacon Capital Partners has a 99 year lease with Trinity Real Estate. Pearson PLC will occupy 270,000 square feet in the renovated building. A subsidiary, Penquin Group, already occupies over 400,000 square feet at 345 and 375 Hudson St.

    Stonework starting to look nice.

    Another Trinity property across the street at 50 Vandam St is the office of Rafael Vinoly Architects


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    01.31.13
    Could similar be done with some of the lower rise buildings in Midtown East? Like the Hearst Building.

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    This came out better than expected.

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    This looks really nice, but I wish they had picked a paint color that better matched the base.

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    Not paint, brick. The same as the old building, except for the color. I don't understand it.

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    I hate when they do that.

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    that's even worse...

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    It means you have to wait for the entire building to get sooty.

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    Each of the parts is beautiful. Though it's an overall nice addition to the city, the sum of its parts looks somewhat clumsy.

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