Reading International Unveils Tammany Hall Redevelopment in Manhattan


The redevelopment of Tammany Hall adds about 73,000 square feet of commercial space to the local supply.

NEW YORK CITY — Reading International (NASDAQ: RDI), an international cinema and real estate firm, has unveiled the redevelopment of the historic Tammany Hall Building at 44 Union Square in Manhattan. The former 19th-century political hub is now a Class A building with 73,095 square feet of space that can be utilized for either office or retail usage. BKSK Architects designed the project, which included a restoration of the façade and the addition of a three-story glass and steel dome with 19-foot ceilings and views overlooking Union Square.

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