Empire State Building might be part of public firm

November 30, 2011 • Business

In this May 29, 2008 photo, the Empire State Building rises above the New York Skyline. The company that supervises the portfolio of office properties that includes the iconic Manhattan skyscraper filed notice with the Securities and Exchange Commission acknowledging it was weighing the possibility of becoming a publicly traded company. The filing could pave the way for an Initial Public Offering, making the Empire State Building part of a publicly traded real estate investment company. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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