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From the April issue: Manhattan added 170 new condo units to the sales pipeline in February, according to a TRD analysis of offering plans approved by the New York State  Read more

From the April issue: Manhattan added 170 new condo units to the sales pipeline in February, according to a TRD analysis of offering plans approved by the New York State  Read more

NewYork-Presbyterian secured $327 million in financing for its new Park Slope facility, city filings show. Bank of New York Mellon provided the loan. The mortgage filing, dated Jan. 30, entered  Read more

NewYork-Presbyterian secured $327 million in financing for its new Park Slope facility, city filings show. Bank of New York Mellon provided the loan. The mortgage filing, dated Jan. 30, entered  Read more

UPDATED, April 26, 4:00 p.m.: A court decision in Brooklyn last week will let Fortis Property Group get away with selling allegedly faulty condominiums in Williamsburg, for the simple reason  Read more

A court decision in Brooklyn last week will let Fortis Property Group get away with selling allegedly faulty condominiums in Williamsburg, for the simple reason that Fortis wasn’t the one  Read more

Concessions and sweeteners are everywhere in the rental and condo markets. At 357 West 17th Street, the lucky buyer gets a Bentley thrown in. The Nevins condo in Boerum Hill  Read more

From the April issue: Just 39 new Manhattan rental units are estimated to have landed temporary certificates of occupancy — meaning tenants can begin moving in — in February,  Read more

In the world of mid-market New York City investment sales last week, Vornado Realty Trust picked up a Tribeca building for $19 million and JEMB Realty bought a church parking  Read more

In the world of mid-market New York City investment sales last week, Vornado Realty Trust picked up a Tribeca building for $19 million and JEMB Realty bought a church parking  Read more

Manhattan commercial sales dropped to their lowest level in nearly four years in February, with just $557 million in sales recorded, an analysis of NYC Department of Finance data showed.  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio sees Sunset Park as the new landing spot for the city’s fashion industry. The industry, however, doesn’t seem to share that vision. Some garment manufacturers and  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio sees Sunset Park as the new landing spot for the city’s fashion industry. The industry, however, doesn’t seem to share that vision. Some garment manufacturers and  Read more

UPDATED April 25, 2017, 9:42 a.m.: According to the most recent market reports, office leasing activity was up 19 percent in Manhattan in the first quarter of 2017, and residential  Read more

According to the most recent market reports, office leasing activity was up 19 percent in Manhattan in the first quarter of 2017, and residential rents surrounding the Parkside Avenue subway  Read more

New York City’s residential market kicked off 2017 on a high note, with $12.3 billion worth of sales, up 15 percent from the prior year, according to a report from  Read more

New York City’s residential market kicked off 2017 on a high note, with $12.3 billion worth of sales, up 15 percent from the prior year, according to a report from  Read more

From LLNYC: Who knew promoting a curated lifestyle paid so well? Lifestyle blogger Joanna Goddard, the woman behind the popular blog, “A Cup of Jo,” is the owner of  Read more

Acadia Realty Trust and Washington Square Partners are looking to sell their majority stake in affordable housing building in the City Point megacomplex in Downtown Brooklyn, The Real Deal has  Read more

Acadia Realty Trust and Washington Square Partners are looking to sell their majority stake in affordable housing building in the City Point megacomplex in Downtown Brooklyn, The Real Deal has  Read more

Robert Wolf’s Read Property Group and Joseph Tabak’s Princeton Holdings landed an $85 million loan for a piece of their Rheingold Brewery site in Bushwick. LoanCore Capital Credit REIT provided  Read more

February was a dismal month for New York City’s multifamily market, with relatively few trades throughout the boroughs and a drop in pricing in Manhattan. The low numbers reflect the  Read more

February was a dismal month for New York City’s multifamily market, with relatively few trades throughout the boroughs and a drop in pricing in Manhattan. The low numbers reflect the  Read more

The townhouse market slipped significantly in the first quarter of 2017, but sellers in Park Slope and the Upper West Side had plenty of reasons to smile. Overall, the total  Read more

The townhouse market slipped significantly in the first quarter of 2017, but sellers in Park Slope and the Upper West Side had plenty of reasons to smile. Overall, the total  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Strulowitz hit with $90M suit over alleged Brooklyn fraud scheme 2. 59 tenants sue Gluck’s Stellar Management claiming rent overcharges 3. Demand for Brooklyn condos is  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Strulowitz hit with $90M suit over alleged Brooklyn fraud scheme 2. 59 tenants sue Gluck’s Stellar Management claiming rent overcharges 3. Demand for Brooklyn condos is  Read more

The Brooklyn condominium market looks pretty healthy right now, but existing market conditions suggest developers aren’t going to have an easy time meeting the growing demand. The builders of Brooklyn  Read more

The Brooklyn condominium market looks pretty healthy right now, but existing market conditions suggest developers aren’t going to have an easy time meeting the growing demand. The builders of Brooklyn  Read more

A group of investors who put up $20 million in a Brooklyn real estate deal are accusing landlord Cheskel Strulowitz of a Ponzi scheme that cost them $90 million in  Read more

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