Welcome back to another Tuesday news roundup, one rife with art and design stories to catch up on.
Here’s what you need to know today:
ViacomCBS is offloading its Eero Saarinen-designed Manhattan headquarters
The 38-story, Eero Saarinen-designed Black Rock, also known as the CBS Building after the broadcasting network that originally commissioned it and called the building home since its construction in 1964, is changing hands. The Midtown Manhattan skyscraper at 1300-1316 6th Avenue, clad in vertical, triangular bands of Canadian black granite, has been sold by ViacomCBS to the international real estate investment firm Harbor Group International for $760 million. Harbor Group will reportedly renovate the tower’s lobby, cafeteria, and
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