Getting high, but thinking small
Not to burst anyone's bubble, but the problem/issue isn't the buidling size, per se, it's the small size of the floorplates: 107Kgsf over 8 or 9 floors is about 10-12,000 gsf/floor, which I imagine would be only be about 1/2 to 1/3 of what even a smallish Saks or bloomingdales would want (not to mention the first and obvious point that no one has produced one molecule of evidence that they're interested) It could work for a store like BWT (at least up until the point that it didn't work any more and they closed) because it was a series of salons and boutiques that didn't need to relate to one another...few - if any - stores operate that way anymore.
Originally Posted by krapug1
Notcom for Mayor '15
123rd time lucky !!