1) Combining 600,000 s/f of surplus air rights
over 12th Avenue with the original Javits Center within a common base of a high-rise mixed use hotel, office, showroom, and/or residential tower(s) ; or
Located on Wisconsin Avenue, Air Rights
Center is in the heart of Bethesda's central business district.
The three-story building contains approximately 5,820 s/f, holds 840 s/f of air rights
, and has excellent income.
According to the listing, the building is 19,840 s/f and has 25,216 s/f of air rights
Millennium Partners, an international real estate development firm, and The Massachusetts Turnpike Authority (MTA) today announced their agreement to the terms of a development agreement to pursue the construction of a project on air rights
over the Massachusetts Turnpike in Boston's Back Bay.
The site, which is four blocks from the LIRR, has future development opportunity as a residential mixed-use project which could be built with over 57,000 s/f of additional air rights
These transactions include certain rights in a Spanish language film library and two lists of primarily public domain films and broadcast air rights
Located in Clinton, the building is 9,475 s/f with 3,871 s/f additional air rights
Under McCarty's leadership, the Asia division experienced tremendous growth, highlighted by the opening of a new hub facility in Subic Bay, Philippines, after a successful resolution of the Japanese air rights
dispute, and the company's recent launch of FedEx AsiaOne, a new intra-Asia overnight delivery network.
The four-story building at 65 Avenue D, is 3,136 s/f and has 7,364 buildable square feet of air rights
The $45 million new facility was built at zero cost to taxpayers, financed instead through a 75-year lease of the air rights
above the building by the New York City Educational Construction Fund to private developers.
3 billion purchase of the sprawling Stuy Town apartment complex also bought the firm a jumbo 700,000 s/f of air rights
that some experts say could wind up being "just the tip of the iceberg" in Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan to preserve and build affordable housing in the city, according to one expert.