But the deeper disappointment is that it was so easy for the lobbies
and the Democrats to spook the public by screaming bloody murder.
Requirements for enclosed elevator lobbies
were approved for the Intl.
are right to call attention to human rights abuses in their home countries, and they do us a favor when they pick up the slack from slackers in our diplomatic corps.
One might suppose, for instance, that after a while there would be so many lobbies
that many of them, like bees swarming a puddle of honey, would be unable to penetrate to the food and would simply go away.
Because the problem is systemic rather than moral, it is no use to condemn corporate lobbies
while exculpating the Sierra Club, the teachers' unions, or the trial lawyers.
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And so, as part of the 1980 legislation, their lobbies
pressed for an exorbitant increase in the level of insurance coverage, from $40,000 to $100,000, claiming it would help lure depositors.
Noncharitables - advocacy groups and lobbies
- are untaxed, but their donors cannot take a deduction under 501(c)4, at least not in theory.
Kaufman Management has recently restored its lobbies
and entrances in both the Nelson Tower at 450 Seventh Ave.
The owners of One Penn Plaza, Midtown Manhattan's fifth-largest building, have undertaken an $85 million program of improvements, calling for enhancements to all public spaces, including the 33rd and 34th street entry plazas, the main lobby, the west and east escalator lobbies
, the Eighth Avenue plaza, the Seventh Avenue galleria, the Intermediate and Concourse-Levels, public corridors, rest rooms, all 44 elevators, the installation of four 24-foot high luminous logos atop the 57-story skyscraper, and improvements to the public sidewalks.
To sell properties or attract upscale tenants, building owners have never been hesitant about investing heavily in furniture, wall coverings and rugs for lobbies
and other public areas in an effort to present the best possible "face" to the outside world.
The first phase interior improvements was conceived by Der Scutt Architects' of New York City, noted for its design of Trump Tower, The Revlon Building at 635 Madison Avenue, and other dramatic lobbies
such as 575 Lexington Avenue, 1613 Broadway, and the Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank of New York.