NEW YORK CITY — Construction is complete for the renovation and repositioning of Manhattan Mall, a 400,000-square-foot retail center located in Manhattan, New York City. Renovations to the mall, which fronts Avenue of the Americas from 32nd Street to 33rd Street, included a renovation of the core and atrium, the relocation and addition of escalators and stairs, and the recladding of a portion of the property's façade. In addition, a 153,000-square-foot JCPenney was added, marking the retailer's first Manhattan location. The property is owned by Vornado Realty Trust, which acquired it in 2007. It was designed by architecture firm GreenbergFarrow. The companies also recently worked together on the 600,000-square-foot retail component of Rego Park Mall II in Queens, which is just wrapping up construction.