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  • Serial Renter Spotlight: The Archive, 666 Greenwich Street

    It’s time for another Serial Renter spotlight, and this time I’d like to highlight a building that’s been near and dear to my heart ever since I moved to this island nearly a decade ago. Over the years, I’ve discussed ...

  • Long Island City is Perking

    Long Island City's coming of age has been much desired and long delayed. But development in the waterfront Queens neighborhood is gathering momentum, leading some to believe the area is finally making a large move forward. A total of 4,500 ...

  • Rockrose Development Party

    Nearly a hundred tenants, cultural trendsetters and real estate industry leaders gathered for martinis and hors d'oeuvres at the renaming last week of 300 Park Avenue South, the Rockrose Development-owned building that in recent months has made a splash with ...

  • Rockrose to Bring 709 Apartments to Queens

    An area once envisioned by city planners as New York's fourth largest business district is now teeming with residential projects. Construction projects for commercial space have recently slowed in Long Island City, Queens, but the market for rental units is ...

  • NYS Council of the Arts Relocates to 300 Park Avenue South

    NEW YORK CITY—The New York State Council on the Arts, which supports the activities of arts and cultural organizations throughout the state, will move its headquarters to Rockrose Development Corp.'s 300 Park Avenue South from its present office at 175 ...

  • Rockrose signs Starbucks to two-story FiDi space

    Rockrose Development Corp. has signed a long-term retail lease to bring a new, two-story Starbucks cafe to Manhattan's Financial Districtat 135 John Street. The world's largest coffee shop chain will open in the space that the famed Grimaldi's pizza had ...

  • Developer working magic in Washington DC

    Rockrose Development Corporation is in contract to buy 1776 Eye Street NW, a Class-A office building three blocks from the White House in Washington's Golden Triangle Business District. The purchase is part of a strategic plan for Rockrose to expand ...

  • Crain's For the Record: Oct. 24, 2011

    William Grant & Sons signed a lease for 20,000 square feet of 300 Park Ave. South. The whiskey maker will occupy space on the fifth and sixth floors. Newmark Knight Frank's Eric Cagner represented the tenant, while Cushman & Wakefield ...

  • Rockrose.com Wins 2011 WebAward

    Rockrose.com and web developer Blenderbox have won a 2011 "Outstanding Website" WebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Web Development. Since 1997, the Web Marketing Association's annual WebAward Competition has been setting the standard of excellence for Website development. Independent expert judges ...

  • Between The Bricks

    Whiskey maker William Grant & Sons, which is also the distiller of the best-selling Glenfiddich, has signed a 10-year lease at 300 Park Ave. South. The new US headquarters is between E. 22nd and 23rd Streets. The company is currently ...

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