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July was a good month for horse racing fans, as the largest loan in the outer boroughs by several lengths was a $290 million financing package for the Aqueduct Racetrack  Read more

Rabsky Group sold off a shovel-ready slice of its Rheingold Brewery site for $23 million to Jacob Schwimmer’s JCS Realty, which has the 136-unit rental project financed and ready to  Read more

Rabsky Group sold off a shovel-ready slice of its Rheingold Brewery site for $23 million to Jacob Schwimmer’s JCS Realty, which has the 136-unit rental project financed and ready to  Read more

UPDATED, 10:58 a.m. August 17: Jehovah’s Witnesses just keep on selling. The religious organization has parted ways with another of its Brooklyn properties. This one, located at 119 Columbia Heights,  Read more

Jehovah’s Witnesses just keep on selling. The religious organization has parted ways with another of its Brooklyn properties. This one, located at 119 Columbia Heights, went to Hawkins Way Properties  Read more

A month ago, TRData launched a new data service allowing readers of The Real Deal to download invaluable information about New York City real estate. So far we’ve released packages  Read more

A month ago, TRData launched a new data service allowing readers of The Real Deal to download invaluable information about New York City real estate. So far we’ve released packages  Read more

UPDATED, 3:14 p.m. August 16: The tallest building coming to Williamsburg (that isn’t on the waterfront) just got $35.5 million in financing. The 19-story, 230-foot tall project, which comes from  Read more

The tallest building coming to Williamsburg (that isn’t on the waterfront) just got $35.5 million in financing. The 19-story, 230-foot tall project, which comes from Yoel Werzberger and Watermark Capital  Read more

From LLNYC: Tangling with the mob doesn’t have to mean sleeping with the fishes — it could mean sleeping in this very lovely Brooklyn home. The building at 21 Garfield  Read more

Developers Joel and Shaindy Schwartz plan to take their Brooklyn multifamily holdings public in Israel, in an effort to raise up to $80 million in bonds on the Tel Aviv  Read more

Kushner Companies violated rent-stabilization laws at a building the company owns in Brooklyn Heights, a new class-action lawsuit alleges. Read more

Kushner Companies violated rent-stabilization laws at a building the company owns in Brooklyn Heights, a new class-action lawsuit alleges. The legal action comes at a time when the company is  Read more

The city and Monadnock Development are planning to bring a complex of 21 new affordable housing buildings to East New York that will bring a total of 240 affordable housing  Read more

The city and Monadnock Development are planning to bring a complex of 21 new affordable housing buildings to East New York that will bring a total of 240 affordable housing  Read more

From the August issue: Nearly 12 years after leaving his post at the New York City Department of Buildings, Rick Chandler has found himself home again. Mayor Bill de Blasio  Read more

From the August issue: Nearly 12 years after leaving his post at the New York City Department of Buildings, Rick Chandler has found himself home again. Mayor Bill de Blasio  Read more

Despite the lure of cheap rents, the fashion industry isn’t keen on relocating to Sunset Park. A new survey by the Municipal Art Society shows that garment manufacturers don’t want  Read more

The co-living trend is one thing, but experiments in living arrangements in housing crazed NYC only get stranger from there. Meet “Hacienda Villa,” a Bushwick brownstone converted into a 14-bedroom  Read more

UPDATED, 12:39 p.m., August 14: In February, Epic Commercial Realty promoted one of its senior brokers to be a partner, principal and head of the Manhattan division alongside CEO Yona  Read more

An apartment building featuring 55 housing units, retail space and a gym could be on its way to Brooklyn Heights. The 12-story project at 68-70 Schermerhorn Street would span 68,836  Read more

Want to buy a home in Melrose or Sunset Park? You may need to hire a private detective along with a broker. The two neighborhoods are among the areas in  Read more

Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov is moving the corporate headquarters for the Brooklyn Nets and the Barclays Center way beyond the three-point line: to Industry City. Prokhorov’s Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment,  Read more

CIM Group agreed to buy SL Green Realty’s Downtown Brooklyn office tower at 16 Court Street for $171 million. The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter, SL  Read more

CIM Group agreed to buy SL Green Realty’s Downtown Brooklyn office tower at 16 Court Street for $171 million. The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter, SL  Read more

Brooklyn landlords are doling out concessions at a record-breaking pace. In July, concessions at residential rental buildings in the borough were the highest they have been in the seven years  Read more

According to this week’s market reports, Manhattan had the nation’s biggest residential rent decrease but remains the most expensive city to rent, and office rents stayed stable at $73.12. Residential  Read more

According to this week’s market reports, Manhattan had the nation’s biggest residential rent decrease but remains the most expensive city to rent, and office rents stayed stable at $73.12. Residential  Read more

A 54,000-square-foot residential building with 77 apartments is on its way to East New York. Brooklyn landlord Joel Schwartz of South Side Associates filed plans for an eight-story project at  Read more

A 54,000-square-foot residential building with 77 apartments is on its way to East New York. Brooklyn landlord Joel Schwartz of South Side Associates filed plans for an eight-story project at  Read more

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