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    i also think that this building looks really beautiful.

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    Unfortunately they cancelled the crystal hall. *In fact, it now seems that GS will stay put in Manhattan, and the building will be partially vacant.

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    Gorgeous. *If only it were on the other side of the Hudon, though...

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    "Gorgeous. *If only it were on the other side of the Hudon, though..."
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    OK OK... I'm always asking for height...but I keep getting conflicting reports...Hill International sounds trustworthy, but then Rick Bronson, the senior editor of Skyscrapers.com wrote to me and told me in an exact quote: "The exact height is 781'-0"; several of us asked around the construction site last May, and finally found our way to the construction superintendant's trailer after a lot of runaround. *While the super was away, we had a look at the blueprints! *781'-0" is the height above the first floor, subtracting the elevation above sea level." **840? or 781?!!!


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    Quote: from JCDJ on 10:07 pm on Jan. 30, 2003
    "Gorgeous. *If only it were on the other side of the Hudon, though..."
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    Heh, I was thinking more along the lines of Bear Stearns. *But no one's touching Citicorp

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    It's very odd that they have this building, yet the re-upped for a bunch of space in Metrotech. *I wonder why?

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    I gotta say that the view from the Belt Parkway going west, just past the Verrazano, is spectacular. Jersey City to the left and Lower Manhattan to the right look like great sentinels to the Hudson. *

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    BBN, I don't think they have any space at Metrotech. You may be thinking of Bear Stearns or Merill Lynch.

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    You are correct, my apologies. *But, it is in Brooklyn!

    Goldman renews big Brooklyn lease

    by Lore Croghan

    On the heels of a big deal with Bear Stearns, developer Forest City Ratner Cos. has signed a second lease renewal in Brooklyn with a Wall Street firm.

    Goldman Sachs committed to five more years at its 76,000-square-foot office at 1 Pierrepont Plaza. The firm has been a tenant there since its construction in 1988.

    The asking rent at the 650,000-square-foot building is $42 per square foot for new leases; a renewal would be priced lower. Cushman & Wakefield Inc. represented Goldman Sachs in negotiations with Forest City Ratner.
    Copyright 2003, Crain Communications, Inc

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    I am surprised they are paying that much in Brooklyn. *Last time I heard, the rents were lower than $42/sq foot in Lower Manhattan.

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    Yeah, I think BS in Metrotech was in the 20's.

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    What if GS was built on the other side of the river?


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    That would have been great. *Maybe we'll get something like this in BK or LIC, when all the new zoning rules really take hold, or are put into effect.

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