BisnowTV: The 5 Top Stories In NY Heading Into The Week Of March 27
[0:30] The Guardian nixed its move to a WeWork in Brooklyn, owned by Jared Kushner's family firm, after concerns that sources would not feel safe leaking to reporters in the office.
[1:43] Famed real estate reporter Lois Weiss has joined Bisnow as a featured columnist, writing biweekly columns on the news of the day. You can read her first column, on Hudson Yards' impending transportation crisis, here.
[3:24] Amazon's former head of real estate is now a Cushman & Wakefield broker. He discussed his thoughts on the ever-changing trends in the current retail marketplace.
[6:31] Charles Kushner is planning to convert his family's trophy tower at 666 Fifth Ave. into a 1,400-foot-tall mixed-use supertall. Price tag: $7.5B.
[8:29] 245 Park Ave., a Midtown trophy office building, is under contract to sell for $2.2B to a Chinese-led investor group.