The 1930's condominium building on Central Park was recently renovated by Durst Fetner Residential with interiors by S.
What does DFR stand for?
DFR stands for Durst Fetner Residential (New York, NY)
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- Doseur Fixation Ronde (French: Round Feeder Attachment)
- Double Frequency Recording
- Douglas Fir Resort and Chalets (Canada)
- Dounreay Fast Reactor (fast breeder nuclear reactor)
- Dragonfly Ripple (band)
- Drilling Factual Report
- Dropped From Rolls
- Dry Film Resist
- Dryden Flight Research (US NASA)
- Dual Fluid Reactor (nuclear power)
- Duty of Fair Representation
- Dynamic Faulty Recovery
- Defense Fuel Region, Europe (US DoD)
- Defense Fuel Region, Middle East (US DoD)
- De Facto Relationships Amendment (Australia)
- Decreasing Failure Rate, Average
- Department of Forest, Resources and Agrifoods (Canada)
- Distributed Fiber Raman Amplifier
- Distributed Field Robot Architecture
- Durango Fire and Rescue Authority (Durango, CO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
While 1280 Fifth Avenue and 4 East 102nd Street are new developments, by Brickman and Durst Fetner Residential, respectively, 1212 Fifth Avenue is a conversion.
Upper East Side 1212 Fifth Avenue Sales have started at the 57-unit prewar condo conversion developed by Durst Fetner Residential.
In the past year, major lenders have been providing construction financing to well-capitalized lenders like Durst Fetner Residential, which is doing a total gut renovation and redevelopment of the classic building at 1212 Fifth Avenue at 102nd Street, as well as for the Litwin Organization's projects on the West Side including Lincoln Center.
Durst Fetner Residential and Mount Sinai hospital have signed an agreement to redevelop an apartment building at 1212 Fifth Avenue, build another tower for the hospital, and oversee the development of the adjacent apartment building on East 102nd Street.
Last year, the Real Deal reported that Durst Fetner Residential was expected to sell a $32.
Durst Fetner Residential (DFR) and Ian Schrager announced a partnership to develop and manage a 250 key PUBLIC New York hotel at 855 Sixth Avenue between 30th and 31st Streets.