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Manhattan apartments get more expensive, even in dead of winter
News 4 days ago
Manhattan apartments get more expensive, even in dead of winter

The year is off to a good start for Manhattan apartment landlords, who have been able to increase rents, offer fewer incentives and retain tenants....

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Landmark designation requested for White Horse Tavern interior
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Landmark designation requested for White Horse Tavern interior

The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation submitted a request to landmark the White House Tavern just days after it was discovered...

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Lawsuit challenges affordable senior housing in Nolita
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Lawsuit challenges affordable senior housing in Nolita

A plan to build affordable senior housing on the site of the Elizabeth Street Garden in Nolita has been challenged in state Supreme Court. A group...

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28 Liberty St. deal adds to busy leasing activity downtown
News 1 week ago
28 Liberty St. deal adds to busy leasing activity downtown

Scor, a Paris-based reinsurance firm, has struck a deal to relocate in Lower Manhattan. The company, which has an office at 199 Water St. totaling...

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Hudson Yards, Related Cos.’ bold, decade-long gamble is poised to pay off
News 2 weeks ago
Hudson Yards, Related Cos.’ bold, decade-long gamble is poised to pay off

The first time Jay Cross visited the West Side rail yard was in the spring of 2000, when he flew up from Miami to meet Woody Johnson and complete...

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AG slams Zara Realty with suit alleging rent-stabilization violations, tenant harassment
News 2 weeks ago
AG slams Zara Realty with suit alleging rent-stabilization violations, tenant harassment

Attorney General Letitia James is taking action against Queens landlord Zara Realty, alleging the company has violated rent stabilization law...

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TF Cornerstone closes on Pacific Park sites for $143M
News 2 weeks ago
TF Cornerstone closes on Pacific Park sites for $143M

TF Cornerstone has acquired two parcels in the Pacific Park development site from Greenland Forest City Partners for $143 million. The developer,...

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WeWork bounces back downtown
News 2 weeks ago
WeWork bounces back downtown

WeWork is recovering downtown after getting publicly booted from One World Trade Center last fall. The coworking giant signed for roughly 200,000...

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Boerum Place continues its evolution
News 2 weeks ago
Boerum Place continues its evolution

When a 22-story office building at 111 Livingston St. in Brooklyn sold in 1995, one of the brokers who handled the deal told The New York Times...

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Legislators seek to end rent increases for fixes to regulated buildings
News 3 weeks ago
Legislators seek to end rent increases for fixes to regulated buildings

Two Queens politicians challenged one of the city real estate industry's most cherished incentives today. State Sen. Michael Gianaris and...

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Musk turns to Morgan Stanley for five monster mortgages
News 3 weeks ago
Musk turns to Morgan Stanley for five monster mortgages

When it comes to cars, tunnels and rockets, Elon Musk thinks big. The same's true for his household finances. The billionaire recently took out $61...

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City subpoenas Airbnb for info on 20K apartment listings
News 3 weeks ago
City subpoenas Airbnb for info on 20K apartment listings

The city's battle to access renters' information from Airbnb continues as the mayor's office issued a subpoena to Airbnb, seeking data for roughly...

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Anne Kauffman Nolon on the potential of mergers among community health centers: Q&A
News 3 weeks ago
Anne Kauffman Nolon on the potential of mergers among community health centers: Q&A

Anne Kauffman Nolon is navigating the integration of the nonprofit Hudson River Healthcare with Brightpoint Health to create the largest network of...

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Who's left holding the, um, Amazon box?
News 1 month ago
Who's left holding the, um, Amazon box?

Even though Amazon had yet to arrive, its abrupt decision to reverse course and drop its planned second headquarters in Long Island City will have...

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Dispute among partners of superluxe MoMA tower
News 1 month ago
Dispute among partners of superluxe MoMA tower

A rift has opened between the partners that built the soaring ultra-luxury condo tower at 53 W. 53rd St. Hines, Goldman Sachs, and the Singapore...

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Bronx post office revamp finally poised to deliver, new owners say
News 1 month ago
Bronx post office revamp finally poised to deliver, new owners say

The long-running renovation of a historic post office in the Bronx is set to take a huge step forward this month, meaning residents could soon...

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Whites stalked in black neighborhood by de Blasio's Airbnb crackdown, Bed-Stuy pol says
News 1 month ago
Whites stalked in black neighborhood by de Blasio's Airbnb crackdown, Bed-Stuy pol says

A lawmaker in a black section of Brooklyn says city agents are following her white constituents home from the subway, suspecting they are Airbnb...

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Lululemon exit makes Thor vulnerable on Fifth Avenue—again
News 1 month ago
Lululemon exit makes Thor vulnerable on Fifth Avenue—again

The recent decision by fitness apparel brand Lululemon to vacate 597 Fifth Ave. could put the building's landlord in a tough financial position....

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SoHo landlords gird for rezoning battle
News 1 month ago
SoHo landlords gird for rezoning battle

A group of landlords have formed a group to advocate for major zoning changes in SoHo and NoHo as part of a city-led process that kicked off this...

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The ups and downs of building on spec
News 1 month ago
The ups and downs of building on spec

Larry Silverstein, president and CEO of Silverstein properties views the World Trade Center construction site in 2014. Larry Silverstein began...

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HQ2: Lawmaker outraged by Trump's opportunity zones tax break
News 1 month ago
HQ2: Lawmaker outraged by Trump's opportunity zones tax break

A New York state lawmaker has introduced a bill that would make President Donald Trump's "opportunity zones" tax break less valuable to real estate...

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Why Brookfield Properties is worth the risk
News 1 month ago
Why Brookfield Properties is worth the risk

The normally no-holds-barred world of New York City commercial real estate has one cardinal rule: Don't build on spec. No matter how much a strong...

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Why Brookfield's gamble is worth the risk
News 1 month ago
Why Brookfield's gamble is worth the risk

The normally no-holds-barred world of New York City commercial real estate has one cardinal rule: Don't build on spec. No matter how much a strong...

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A once-struggling artist has become the dance community’s benevolent landlord
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A once-struggling artist has become the dance community’s benevolent landlord

Nine years ago choreographer Gina Gibney was on the verge of shutting down her struggling modern-dance company. "I really felt like giving up," she...

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St. Mark's Comics to shutter its doors
News 1 month ago
St. Mark's Comics to shutter its doors

Another literary icon will be shuttering this year. St. Mark's Comics, which first opened in 1984 in the East Village at 11 St. Mark's Place, will...

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Airbnb foes say revealing host info will save apartments
News 1 month ago
Airbnb foes say revealing host info will save apartments

A new report from critics of Airbnb and other home-sharing platforms claims New York City could lose nearly 11,000 housing units if new regulations...

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Macklowe's Midtown tower would be among the city's tallest
News 1 month ago
Macklowe's Midtown tower would be among the city's tallest

Developer Harry Macklowe is planning an audacious Midtown office tower to cap a long career of high-wire dealmaking and development. The 82-year...

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With L-tunnel closure averted, residential market expected to heat up
News 2 months ago
With L-tunnel closure averted, residential market expected to heat up

The news that the L-train tunnel will not be shuttered for 15 months is likely to buoy the residential market in North Brooklyn neighborhoods...

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Natural History Museum's $400M expansion halted despite court victory
News 2 months ago
Natural History Museum's $400M expansion halted despite court victory

Opponents of a nearly $400 million plan to expand the American Museum of Natural History won a reprieve after suffering defeat in their attempt to...

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If public housing's walls could talk, they'd say, ‘Fix the damn pipes'
News 3 months ago
If public housing's walls could talk, they'd say, ‘Fix the damn pipes'

New York must ensure communities punished for marijuana now benefit from legalization This is why New York had to pay more for Amazon At CUNY,...

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