New YorkNew York<p></p><p>Forest City's portfolio assets in the New York City metro market are among its most significant, iconic and successful.</p><p>Forest City's New York City metro market properties span the spectrum of high-quality real estate development and management. The NYC portfolio ranges from urban, ultra-high-rise residential and world-class office properties in Manhattan to urban mixed-use in Brooklyn and other retail uses across the metro area.</p><p>In Brooklyn, one of Forest City's earliest and most successful New York City developments is MetroTech Center, an urban mixed-use office and academic campus of 11 high-rise buildings totaling approximately 5.5 million square feet. Forest City was awarded master development rights in 1988, opened the first office building onsite in 1990 and completed full buildout in 2004. </p><p>Forest City also developed, co-owns and operates the 52-story New York Times Building in the Times Square district. Completed in 2007, the 1,046-foot-tall tower, designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, has 736,000 square feet of office space on floors 28 through 50 with the newsroom and corporate offices of the New York Times Company occupying the base of the tower through floor 27. In total, the building has 1.5 million square feet, including 24,000 square feet of retail space at street level.</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">New York by Gehry</a> is Forest City's 76-story residential property located at 8 Spruce Street in Lower Manhattan. Designed by Frank Gehry and standing 870 feet tall, New York by Gehry is one of the tallest residential buildings in the Western Hemisphere and an iconic presence on the New York skyline with its façade of undulating stainless steel. The building was completed in 2011 and in addition to the residential units accommodates a public school, an ambulatory care center, dedicated parking and street-level retail space.</p><p>Significant development is occurring at <a href="" target="_blank">Pacific Park Brooklyn</a>, a 22-acre master-planned urban mixed-use project. When complete, Pacific Park is expected to include six million square feet of residential (6,430 units of affordable and market-rate housing), 250,000 square feet of retail space and eight acres of publicly accessible open space. A few blocks from the Pacific Park site is <a href="" target="_blank">DKLB BKLN</a>, a 34-story rental apartment tower with 365 units.</p><p>In nearby Yonkers, <a href="" target="_blank">Westchester's Ridge Hill</a> has become a major regional shopping, dining and entertainment destination. The 1.3-million-square-foot, open-air lifestyle center's array of retailers includes Lord & Taylor, REI, The Container Store, Apple, Uniqlo and Whole Foods. The center also has over 200,000 square feet of office space and will have a hotel and 1,000 residential units when fully built out. Entertainment uses iFLY and Rockin' Jump complement LEGOLAND Discovery Center and National Amusements' Cinema Delux. </p><p>On Roosevelt Island, Forest City is building <a href="" target="_blank">The Bridge</a>, which will be a first-of-its-kind space for tech innovation, connecting academia and industry at the heart of the Cornell Tech campus in the center of New York's growing tech sector. The Bridge is expected to bring Cornell Tech together with a hand-picked mix of corporate and start-up companies to catalyze innovation and commercialization, driving economic growth for New York.</p>



Tata Innovation CenterTata Innovation Center<p>​The Tata Innovation Center is a first-of-its-kind space for tech innovation, connecting academia and industry at the heart of the Cornell Tech campus on Roosevelt Island in the center of New York's growing tech sector.<br></p><p>​The Tata Innovation Center is where groundbreaking startups, entrepreneurs, investors and established companies are part of an ecosystem custom designed to accelerate the commercialization of new products and technologies that will transform the way we live.<br></p><p>​The 230,000-square-foot building brings Cornell Tech together with a hand-picked mix of companies to drive economic growth for New York.<br></p>230,000<img alt="" src="/SiteCollectionImages/Property%20Images/Office/TheBridge-at-CornellTech-2800x934.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />OfficeTata-Innovation-Center