Wow. I had no idea that this building is out of the ground. I haven't been in that area in months. This will look superb.
I think its topped out.
Next: the glass!
Maybe it's my computer, but I can't see the picture linked above on Fickr. Am I the only one?
Edit: OK. I got it to work today! The building is going to be Hot, and Slippery when wet.
Last edited by Citytect; January 28th, 2006 at 04:52 PM.
this is a great little project, im glad it is going home and most important it provides space for a Fortune 500 to remain in NYC
It's quite modest in size (not that there's anything wrong with that...)
Originally Posted by kliq6
its built to suite, they also have some swing space within for growth
Are they really a Fortune 500 company and where were they based before?
IAC is a Fortune 500 company. It is based in NYC.
If the skin is nice, this is my project of the year.
Some stats on IAC I put together from some various websites including IAC.com
IAC, or InterActiveCorp, owns a variety of companies including:
A sampling of IAC's assets
IAC recently spun off Expedia.com, the popular travel site.
IAC, by the numbers:
> 2004 Revenue -- $4.2B
> 2004 Operating Income Before Amortization -- $421.6M
> 2004 Operating Income/(loss) -- ($20M)
> 2004 Net Income -- $152M
> 66 million unique monthly visitors across the IAC operating businesses (September 2005, comScore)
IAC is headquartered in New York City
IAC is currently headquartered in Midtown at 152 West 57th Street, 42nd Floor, New York, New York 10019.
IAC by the employees
IAC and its subsidiaries employes approximately 26,000 full-time employees across its various businesses.
IAC's Exchange Symbol
Stock Symbol: NASDAQ: IACI
IAC's Fortume 500 Ranking
InterActiveCorp placed 293 on 2005's Fortune 500 List, up from 319 the previous year
Last edited by macreator; January 27th, 2006 at 10:58 PM.