Hudson Yards Deal Relieves Pols, Concerns Times Critic

<p>Tishman Speyer's rendering of what the 26 acres of Hudson Yards will look like at night.</p>

<p>Tishman Speyer purchased the iconic MetLife (formerly Pan Am) Building in 2005 for $1.72 billion.</p>

<p>Tishman Speyer <a href="">purchased the 110-building complex for $5.4 billion in 2006</a>.</p>

<p>Tishman assumed control of the Chrysler Building in 1998, by <a href="">buying out the $250 million mortgage</a> (previous owners, a group of banks, had foreclosed).</p>