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Is Sonder the New Airbnb?

Sonder, a startup on the rise, is expanding in New York. The Montreal-based company turns apartments into short-term hotel rooms and is taking advantage of an Airbnb-sized hole in the market.

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Once a part of the New York Stock Exchange, 20 Broad, in New York City’s Financial District, has been reimagined by architecture firm Cetra Ruddy into luxury residences. The design of the 533-unit, 29-story building gives nods to the midcentury modern style popular at the time it was built in 1956 and features desirable amenities from a yoga studio to an outdoor movie theater on a grand terrace. 

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YIMBY: Leasing Launches at 20 Broad Street, Financial District, Manhattan

Leasing is now underway at Twenty Broad Street, a 29-story rental development designed by CetraRuddy Architecture. With full completion imminent, the apartments join an expanding list of new or converted residential buildings in the city’s evolving Financial District.

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Curbed: Former New York Stock Exchange building debuts luxury rentals

A little over a year after the former headquarters of the New York Stock Exchange were cleared for a luxury conversion, leasing is now underway on the 29-story building’s 533 rentals. The conversion was undertaken by MetroLoft Developers, which roped in CetraRuddy to reimagine the interiors of this large Financial District building.

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The Real Deal: Office-to-resi king Nathan Berman files 20 Broad plans

Metro Loft chief Nathan Berman filed plans Friday for his residential conversion of the former New York Stock Exchange office building at 20 Broad Street, which will feature 521 luxury rental apartments as well as 90,000 square feet of retail space spread across five levels of the property. Read More