What’s next after the Oscars? More Gatsby, of course. “The Great Gatsby,” featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and coming in May, will be the fourth, or by some counts the fifth or sixth, movie version of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel about the illusion created by false wealth in the 1920s.
A tax-free bond program that provided below-market financing to build Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s headquarters is expiring while New York developers say the city’s commercial real estate market still needs support.
Larry Silverstein has formal proposals from two potential tenants for 3 World Trade Center, which if accepted would allow the developer to build the skyscraper to its full 80 stories, two people with knowledge of the negotiations said.
New York Liberty Development Corp., issuer of $2.6 billion in debt to help rebuild the World Trade Center, sold $650 million in tax-exempts, the most this week, as the supply of municipal securities fell to a 12-week low.