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Terrific Tenements

Terrific Tenements is located at 527 West 47th Street and 425 West 48th Street in Manhattan. With the opening of nearby Manhattan Plaza (also a Related property) in 1977, the process of gentrification began in the surrounding area. Stores and restaurants now occupy formerly vacant storefronts on…
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The Caroline

The Caroline is a 126-unit, sixteen-story renovated multifamily apartment building located in the Inwood section of upper Manhattan. Located within commuting distance of central Manhattan, the building is located within walking distance of shopping, dining and various modes of transportation,…
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The Revlon Building at 625 Madison

The Revlon Building at 625 Madision is a 537,000-square-foot completely renovated office building, currently owned and managed by SL Green Realty Corp.
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The Ventura

Just steps from Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Ventura is one of the most distinctive new residences built on the Upper East Side in years. A full-service luxury apartment building in the classic tradition, The Ventura provides round-the-clock concierge service, a lavishly-…
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Westminster Village

Westminster Village is a 432-unit, garden-style apartment complex located in Lowell, Massachusetts overlooking the Merrimack River. It is comprised of 36 three-story buildings across 20 acres and includes a swimming pool, clubhouse, computer room and laundry facilities. Originally, built in 1970…
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Willets Point

The development partnership of Related and Sterling Equities was selected to build the first phase of the Willets Point neighborhood in Queens. The proposed plan is to construct a mixed-used development with three buildings on a six-acre site at the southernmost tip in the Willets Point Special…
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Converse World Headquarters

Converse World Headquarters is a prominent global headquarters located on the harbor in Boston's thriving North Station neighborhood.
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The Grain Exchange

The Grain Exchange building, constructed in 1892 and the original home of the Boston flour and grain exchange, is one of Boston's most striking buildings.
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