Harry Macklowe’s inspirations? Matisse and Bottega Veneta

Harry Macklowe received an important lesson in labor relations on his first project of the 1960s — a loft-to-office conversion on 28th Street. With plans to renovate the building — and raise rents from $1 per square foot to $4 per square foot — the developer drove his station wagon to the Bowery, hired six laborers and put them to work with five- and 10-pound sledgehammers. He thought nothing of it when the workers begged […] Read More >> https://therealdeal.com/2017/11/21/harry-macklowes-inspirations-matisse-and-bottega-veneta/

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