Business and Housing move in Together in Crowded Cities
While the Durst Organization cannot take full credit for establishing Manhattan stretches like Third Avenue in the 1950s, the Avenue of the Americas in the 1970s and Times Square in the 1990s, its vision helped revive them. By erecting office towers in those districts, it stretched the bounds of what was a respectable Midtown address. One boundary that Seymour Durst, the second-generation patriarch of the business, always longed to push was the south.
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Durst Unveils Rentals in Its Long-Awaited Sixth Ave. Tower From $3,800/Month
It took more than a decade to get here, but the Durst Organization’s long awaited high-rise, EŌS, began leasing for its 375 apartments earlier this month. The 47-story COOKFOX-designed luxury tower, located at 100 West 31st Street, will also reportedly be the home of Nike’s New York City headquarters.
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