The New York Times

Two British Designers to Open Shops in Meatpacking District

April 12, 2002
Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney, two hot British fashion designers with brands under the Gucci Group umbrella, will open stores this summer in Manhattan’s meatpacking... More »
Mann Report

New Foundation Finds Warm Welcome at Wooster

March 1, 2002
A newly found human rights foundation has received a warm welcome at 120 Wooster Street. Robert Crane, formerly of The Joyce Mertz-Gilmore Foundation formed the... More »

Harvard Finds Fixings for a Spot of Tea: Or Something Stronger

February 25, 2002
When Harvard University Press went looking for a new office space last year, the publisher wanted more than a quiet nook for receiving academics and... More »

Real Estate : Soho House Sets Opening

January 14, 2002
One of London’s most exclusive private clubs has landed a New York outpost for its first stateside hotel right over Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s new restaurant, Spice... More »
Real Estate Weekly

Packing Into Meatpacking District

December 12, 2001
Special to Real Estate Weekly Commercial Sales and Leasing Issue It was just five years ago that people began talking about the transformation of the Meatpacking District... More »
The New York Times

Commercial Real Estate: A Warehouse Turns Into Retail Space

August 15, 2001
One of the largest buildings in the meatpacking district is nearing the end of a conversion that will turn it into 72,100 square feet of... More »

Next Chapter

August 6, 2001
Chapter 4 Corp., the New York retail distributor of Stussy, rented a 4,000-square-foot office at 121 Wooster St. in SoHo, a block away from its... More »

Deal of the Week: Vitra Has Designs On Meat-Packing District

August 1, 2001
Christopher Owles has a deal streak going with the Swiss design industry. He’s just done his second in a row, for a furniture maker called Vitra. “I... More »
The New York Times

Chelsea Gallery Building Replacing Former Shop

June 13, 2001
A former truck repair shop on 10th Avenue in Chelsea is to be torn down and replaced by a six-story¬†building geared to gallery and fine... More »