News Archives: 2004

Real Estate Weekly

Gallery Is Going West

December 29, 2004

Lennon, Weinberg, one of the Last Soho art galleries, signed a new lease for 4,000 square feet in West Chelsea, at 514 West 25th Street... More »

Food Company Returns to NYC

December 20, 2004

A Japanese food products company is re-establishing its presence in New York City after 18 years.  Ajinomoto rented a 5,000-square-foot, 10th-floor penthouse at 532 Broadway... More »

The New York Times

Homes Start to Invade A Gallery Neighborhood

November 21, 2004

The brothers Rick and Robert Rathe have renovated 535 West 24th Street, where they lived for several years, and are aiming it for use by... More »

Production House in a Pinch

August 8, 2004

Driver Media Inc., an independent production house that’s done commercial work for companies ranging from Microsoft to Pepsico, was in a jam. Plans to lease... More »

New York Post

Sinvin ‘Ads’ Agency to Chelsea

July 28, 2004

The two 30-something nursery school buddies who reconnected when they worked at BBDO and later founded Driver, which produces commercials for ad agencies like BBDO,... More »

Real Estate Weekly

Sinvin Hammers Out Auctioneer’s Deal

June 30, 2004

Chelsea Terminal Warehouse Building has welcomed at new tenant., the Manhattan-based company that provides real time Internet bidding capability to more than 130... More »

Trade Backlash Endangers City’s Global Lifeline

June 21, 2004

In Washington, foreign outsourcing has become a hot economic issue, with politicians and thinkers railing about the theft of American jobs and considering measures to... More »

The Real Deal

Emerging Retail ‘Hoods

June 15, 2004

Retailers flocking to “in-between” neighborhoods and areas expanding their boundaries

In a city where the only constant is change, a diverse slew of up and coming... More »

New York Post

Terminal Warehouse

May 25, 2004

LiveAuctions, which handles Internet auctions for companies like Sotheby’s, is moving out of its workers’ homes into real space.The Internet start-up nailed down on... More »

Rugged Land Books for Waterfront

May 16, 2004

A book publisher, whose titles include The First Mom: Wit and Wisdom of Barbara Bush, is relocating to the West village, Rugged Land signed a... More »

New York Post

Meatpacking District gets Theory

May 1, 2004

If you want a Theory, you can soon head to the Meatpacking District. The fashion-forward young womenswear retailer has leased what will become... More »


Soho Begins to See Retail Rebound

April 22, 2004

NEW YORK — On a recent sunny day, crowds swarm lower Broadway, a virtual mall with stores like Banana Republic, Old Navy, Skechers, Club... More »


Planet of The Bathing Apes

NEW YORK – Nigo feels the vibe.  It doesn’t have the electricity of Tokyo’s teeming streets, but it’ll do.Holding forthwith his entourage at the Mercer... More »


Fashion Scoop

April 20, 2004

Olive & Bettes do Bleecker;  The retail space at 384 Bleecker Street is a power location, opposite Marc Jacobs and Ralph Lauren, so lucky is... More »

Real Estate Weekly

Firm Has Designs on Madison Avenue

March 31, 2004

Iridium Group, a leading corporate communications design and strategic services company has leased the entire ninth floor of 72 Madison Avenue, reports Michelle Stone, managing... More »