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Old May 4th, 2009, 02:07 PM   #81
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The PA is afraid of guaranteeing the billions of dollars of loans Silverstein needs to build 2 and 3WTC without any anchor tenants lined up yet. Keep in mind Silverstein isn't asking for money from the PA, only that they will back stop the loans if he can't pay the bills (basically acting like a cosigner). But without any tenants signed on for his towers, the PA is nervous they'll ultimately have to foot the bill in the end.
I would also be afraid to do so. More delays seem inevitable.
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Way to go, Shelly Silver.

"Seven years and eight months after the [9/11] attacks," Silver fumed on Friday, "I am fed up with the stalling and exasperated with the current state of the World Trade Center project."

Hear, hear.

The fact that the project has faltered yet again is an infamy.

It is not only New York that is shamed by this; the nation stands humiliated before the world.

A heroic response to Islamic terror? A show of strength and resilience?

Forget that.

The latest?

Developer Larry Silverstein, who holds the lease on the World Trade Center site, is again at swords' points with the Port Authority. He needs the agency's help with financing in a tough credit market.

But the agency -- a tool used expertly by New Jersey to aid that state at New York's expense -- openly admits that it prefers projects like a new cross-Hudson commuter train tunnel to restoring Ground Zero to normalcy.

And with David Paterson having long since evaporated, Silver has stepped up.

For all our disagreements with the Assembly speaker, we'll give Silver this much: He can be tough when it counts.

"There are other things [NJ Gov. Jon] Corzine wants from the Port Authority," Silver says. "We're either going to accommodate each other or stalemate each other."

Now, no one should want a stalemate.

Yet, clearly, the PA has no intention of letting Ground Zero reconstruction go forward on anything but its own terms.

So if it takes Silver shutting down projects that are important to New Jersey, then we say: Shut 'em down.

Sure, talk first. And, happily, Mayor Bloomberg graciously has offered to host negotiations at Gracie Mansion.

Such a conversation might even succeed -- if Silver makes crystal clear that the price of failure would be a stalemated cross-Hudson train tunnel.

Paterson is hopeless.

So, Silver to the rescue.
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PA fires the first shot at Silverstein...

http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/...yscrapers.html

Port Authority wants to dump three of five proposed skyscrapers for WTC site

BY Douglas Feiden
May 11th 2009

The incredible shrinking World Trade Center will be cut back from five iconic skyscrapers to just two signature towers under a new Port Authority plan, the Daily News has learned.

Bludgeoned by recession and a war with developer Larry Silverstein, the Port Authority is proposing halving the office space it will build at Ground Zero - from 10 million square feet to 5 million, sources familiar with the plan say.

The sources say the agency's new vision for the site calls for scrapping one tower that would have been taller than the Empire State Building and nixing two others that would have dwarfed the nearby Woolworth Building.

In place of two Silverstein behemoths, each designed by a British lord and soaring 79 stories, the PA would erect a pair of short, squat buildings no taller than four or five floors - coined "stumps" - that could be used for retail shops, according to the proposal.

The vastly scaled-back site plan was disclosed to The News hours before Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver on Friday branded budget-busting delays and cost overruns at the 16-acre site an "embarrassment to our city, our state and our nation."

Mayor Bloomberg promptly followed up by inviting all warring parties to a summit meeting this week.

End of master plan

Revamping the sacred spaces where nearly 3,000 people were killed on 9/11 marks a dramatic break from the original 2003 Daniel Libeskind master plan, which called for a row of cascading office towers to replace the 10.4 million square feet of office space destroyed by terrorists.

Although the Freedom Tower will still climb to its symbolic 1,776 feet, and the Memorial will occupy the heart and soul of the site, the showcase buildings designed by world-class architects - on which Silverstein has already spent hundreds of millions of dollars - will be absent.

"It's getting smaller and smaller and smaller," said Enrique Saurez, a dishwasher from Venezuela who worked at Windows on the World, where 73 employees died. "What happened to their so-called master plan?"

What happened was a calamitous credit crisis that dried up bank financing for Silverstein and a fiscal crunch that has led to falling revenues at PA bridges, tunnels and airports - all amid an increase in borrowing costs.

With a squeeze on cash, lenders, Wall Street tenants, the agency and the builder launched a new round of heated talks to determine exactly who will build what - and on what terms it will be financed.

The result is a PA proposal that would:

- Reduce Tower 2, a planned 79-story, 1,270-foot Silverstein building designed by Lord Norman Foster, to a glorified, prettied-up stump.

- Effectively strip control of 71-story, 1,137-foot Tower 3, designed by Lord Richard Rogers, from Silverstein and reduce it to another stumpy building.

- Abandon all plans for Tower 5, slated to go on the toxic Deutsche Bank building site, for the foreseeable future.

- Underwrite about $1 billion in financing costs and rent abatements for Silverstein on 64-story, 975-foot Tower 4, which is the only building he'd get to construct.

- Go full steam ahead on Tower 4 - but force Silverstein to surrender most of his development fees, insurance proceeds and fine revenues in return.

The PA wouldn't comment on its specific proposals.

"We're committed to rebuilding downtown," said Stephen Sigmund, the authority's chief spokesman.

He said limited public resources were being directed toward "keeping the memorial and other public projects moving forward" - and that office and retail space would be built "to meet the market."

Screws put to Silverstein

Silverstein was initially entitled to build five buildings and 10 million square feet on the site, but agreed in 2006, under enormous political pressure, to surrender the Freedom Tower and one other building. He was also ready to give up one more tower - but not two.

"Our compromise proposal - under which we would own two buildings with [up to] 4 million square feet - is fair, especially since the Port Authority has collected more than $2 billion from Silverstein since 9/11," said Janno Lieber, president of Silverstein's World Trade Center Properties.

"Completing two buildings will assure that the WTC site is a finished, attractive and exciting place that helps - rather than hinders - downtown's revival," he added.

Sources familiar with Silverstein's position complained that the PA is acting unfairly both in setting the financial terms and in mothballing two Silverstein buildings.

A hefty chunk of Tower 4, the lone remaining building built solely by Silverstein, would be occupied by the PA, which would pay below-market rent, they point out. The agency is offering to hike its payments as part of the deal.

New delays to the long-stalled project loom, these sources warn: The PA's plan for stumps - to support retail and serve as stand-ins for towers that could one day be built on top of them - could take some two years to redesign and reengineer.

Since stump construction would take place in the same area as below-grade work on the $3.2 billion Transportation Hub, it could push back that project, now slated for completion in mid-2014, even further, these executives predict.
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Old May 13th, 2009, 08:27 PM   #84
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO the disaster continous and it's evolving!

Anyways thx for posting this article.
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http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article...REE/905149986#

Silverstein facing uphill struggle downtown


Port Authority digs in its heels; the agency will finance one building at the World Trade Center but wants one of Silverstein's plots on the site in return.

By Theresa Agovino
May 14, 2009


The Port Authority is demanding that developer Larry Silverstein give it one of the plots for his three planned towers at the World Trade Center site in exchange for helping to finance construction of one his buildings, sources say. To win its aid, the agency is also telling Mr. Silverstein to exercise a lease option that would lock New York City into renting 600,000 square feet in the building that it may back or alternatively, to find another tenant.

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Mr. Silverstein have clashed over funding the developer’s towers and their feud threatens to impede building progress on the site. Mr. Silverstein has asked the Port to help fund two of his three towers but the agency has said it will only consider one because aiding more than that would hurt its balance sheet and put public money at risk in a private, speculative real estate development.

Many real estate executives have said there is no need for new office towers downtown at a time when tenant demand is shrinking, rents are falling and vacancies are rising. Mr. Silverstein has insisted there will be tenants for the towers by the time they open, beginning in 2014. He consistently reminds people he was ridiculed for rebuilding 7 World Trade Center after it was destroyed in the Sept. 11 attacks and points out that the vast majority of the building is now occupied.

Last Friday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg called for a summit to be held this week to end the log jam. That meeting now looks likely to happen next Thursday.

Sources say that Mr. Silverstein is resisting exercising his option with the city for what is called Tower 4 because he believes the agreed upon starting rent of $59 a square foot for the 15-year lease will be way below the market when the building finally opens, currently slated for 2014. Downtown rents are currently $44.58 a square foot, down 11% from last year, according to Cushman & Wakefield Inc. The Port signed a 30-year lease at Tower 4 for 600,000 feet.

The Port, sources say, told Mr. Silverstein that if he doesn’t want to enlist the city he should find an alternate tenant because empty buildings are harder to finance and because they drive down neighborhood rents. The problem is that the recession has pushed the most major tenants to the sidelines and those still scouting the market are in no rush to ink a deal.

Accounting and consulting firm Deloitte is seeking between 600,000 and 800,000 square feet and it asked Silverstein Properties to submit a proposal for Tower 4. However, numerous developers received the requests and sources say the firm is in no hurry to make a decision.

Additionally, the Port has told Mr. Silverstein it wants to take control of the site where he would build what is referred to as Tower 3 so that it can build a squat structure that would house retail tenants. It would give Mr. Silverstein the option of building an office tower or hotel over the stump when the market improves.

Sources say the Port also wants Mr. Silverstein to hand over part of his insurance money to help build the common infrastructure for the site. In return, the Port would build Mr. Silverstein’s infrastructure, stop his rent payments and give him the financing he desperately needs—a deal the agency values at $1.2 billion, sources say.

But other sources familiar with the project say the Port is essentially confiscating Mr. Silverstein’s development rights for Tower 3 without compensation. The source notes that the agency would require Mr. Silverstein to surrender all penalties the Port has paid for missing deadlines—about $100 million—and waive the right to any future fines.

These sources add that the Port is only willing to backstop the debt payments on the tower for 10 years, which could make financing very difficult to find. They add building one tower won’t create the critical mass necessary to lure tenants and retailers to the site.

The Port declined comment on the negotiations. In a statement, Janno Lieber, president of World Trade Center Properties said that the company has already made numerous compromises on the site and that the proposal to build two towers is fair, especially since at one point the developer was supposed to construct five. Moreover, the Port has collected more than $2 billion in payments from Mr. Silverstein.

“As well as employing tens of thousands of workers, completing two buildings will assure that the WTC site is a finished, attractive and exciting place that helps, rather than hinders Downtown's revival. That's what New Yorkers have been promised throughout the past eight years,” he said.
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Anymore "good" news?
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This is a humiliating shameful joke. God Bless America, God Bless NYC and God Bless the P.A.
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we have the same discussion here

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Silver hints W.T.C. consensus is to build more towers

By Julie Shapiro
June 5 - 11, 2009

The negotiations about the future of the World Trade Center site have been going on behind closed doors, but on Friday, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver gave the first hint of what is happening.

The consensus among the stakeholders appears to be shifting toward developer Silverstein Properties’ goal of building as many office towers as possible with the Port Authority’s help, Silver said.

“That’s the purpose,” Silver said in an interview with Downtown Express. “Build more, and build more now. That is our purpose.”

Silverstein cannot build his Church St. office towers on his own because he cannot get construction financing. The Port has agreed to help with Tower 4 but refused to backstop the financing for Tower 2, saying Silverstein can build it when the economy improves and the Port should not be expected to take the risk of financing offices on spec for a private developer. In place of Tower 2 and the neighboring Tower 3, the Port wants to build temporary six-story retail podiums.

But Silver said Friday that now is the time to build the office towers, allying himself very closely with Silverstein’s position. Silver added that Gov. Jon Corzine and Gov. David Paterson are both being “cooperative” in the goal of building more towers now, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg has previously expressed support for building despite the economic downturn.

That is not to say that the stakeholders have sided entirely with Silverstein against the Port Authority. Silver and Bloomberg have called on Silverstein to devote more money to the project, and on Friday Silver said an agreement would require all the parties to make further investments.

“They’re trying to work through a conclusion that has everybody put in a little more: the Port Authority, the city, the state, and most important, Larry Silverstein,” Silver said. “And I hope to get there.”

The closed-door meetings began after an impasse between Silverstein and the Port Authority over the tower financing and delivery of key site infrastructure threatened to halt progress at the site. Alarmed by that prospect, Silver called all the site stakeholders together, and they held their first meeting May 21 at Gracie Mansion, at Bloomberg’s invitation. The meeting included Bloomberg, Silver, both governors, Larry Silverstein and Port Authority executive director Chris Ward.

Since then, Silver said there have been three major meetings with top stakeholders including Larry Silverstein. Those three meetings were held quietly and out of the public eye, often at odd times of the day, Silver said. In addition, Deputy Mayor Bob Lieber has been chairing daily meetings of lower-level staff representing all the parties, a source familiar with the discussions said.

The next publicly announced meeting of the principals will be Thurs., June 11, and the stakeholders have said they hope to have at least the broad outlines of an agreement by then.

“We’re not there yet,” Silver said Friday. “It’s a matter of money, it’s a matter of commitment, it’s a matter of saving money, it’s a matter of refocusing so we can get a result.”

Bloomberg’s office and Silverstein Properties declined to comment. Steve Coleman, Port spokesperson, said only, “Our position on the Port Authority putting in any more money or risk has not changed.”

All the parties involved have been reluctant to talk after Bloomberg made it clear he wanted the negotiations to be entirely private.

“We’re all sworn to secrecy,” Silver told Downtown Express, explaining why he could not go into more detail.

But Silver did repeat his position that now is the time to build Towers 2 and 4, even though the economy is down.

“We’ll be in a different business cycle by 2014 or 2015,” Silver said. “And there are some people who think, there is no other development going on in the city, no other office space. If you look at all the studies, everybody will tell you there’s going to be a need for expanded commercial space in New York City.”

Silver listed the other office projects that are falling through, from Hudson Yards to Atlantic Yards, which will make the World Trade Center towers all the more important.

“New York, Downtown Manhattan, ground zero is going to be the place to go,” Silver said.

Silver said the rebuilt World Trade Center could follow the example of the original Twin Towers, which initially filled with government offices because there was little demand for commercial space.

Silver’s first district office was in room 5489 of 2 W.T.C., he recalled, and later he was moved down to the 26th floor as the real estate grew more valuable. Finally, he was moved out of the building altogether.

“Hopefully there will be a market for it,” Silver said of the new office towers at the site, “and we can prepare for it.”

http://www.downtownexpress.com/de_319/silverhints.html
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I have heard that Silverstein has private financing for towers 2 and 3. They should build now since materials are much cheaper at the moment. As noted in the article, by the time these towers are completed, demand will exist.
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I have heard that Silverstein has private financing for towers 2 and 3. They should build now since materials are much cheaper at the moment. As noted in the article, by the time these towers are completed, demand will exist.
Silverstein does not have the financing for towers 2 and 3. The insurance money he received after 9/11 has long been spent or handed over to the PA. He definetly wants to build towers 2 and 3, but no banks will loan him the money to build the towers since he has no tenants lined up yet.
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I have a friend in the industry with inside information. There are sources of money other than banks. Who is financing spec. towers in London, such as the Shard?

By the way, how is someone from Minnesota an authority on private negotiations occurring in NY?

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great! i liked the project.
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The June 11 deadline has been extended for a few more days. Hopefully Tower 2 may start construction soon if they can set things right.
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The June 11 deadline has been extended for a few more days. Hopefully Tower 2 may start construction soon if they can set things right.
any news on the financing?
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