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A Florida car dealer is planning to replace a vacant lot on Coney Island with a new auto showroom. Manny Kadre, who has auto showrooms in multiple states, filed plans  Read more

A Florida car dealer is planning to replace a vacant lot on Coney Island with a new auto showroom. Manny Kadre, who has auto showrooms in multiple states, filed plans  Read more

UPDATED, May 24, 9:37 a.m.: The New York City Housing Authority is looking to partner with a private real estate investor partner or a non-profit developer to turn 1,700 public  Read more

The New York City Housing Authority is looking to partner with a private real estate investor partner to turn 1,700 public apartments in Brooklyn and the Bronx into Section 8  Read more

Developer Jeffrey Gershon is in contract to buy one of the last remaining Jehovah’s Witnesses parcels in Dumbo for close to $60 million, or nearly $400 per buildable square foot,  Read more

Developer Jeffrey Gershon is in contract to buy one of the last remaining Jehovah’s Witnesses parcels in Dumbo for close to $60 million, or nearly $400 per buildable square foot,  Read more

Developers David Duke Dweck, Steven Ancona and Michael Marino are teaming up for 13 luxury condominiums at 62 and 66 North 3rd Street in Williamsburg, offering plans filed with the  Read more

Developers David Duke Dweck, Steven Ancona and Michael Marino are teaming up for 13 luxury condominiums at 62 and 66 North 3rd Street in Williamsburg, offering plans filed with the  Read more

Infinity Real Estate and the Nightingale Group landed a $41.6 million construction loan from Mercantil Commercebank for their planned Midwood office-and-retail development Kingswood Plaza II. The partners plan to replace  Read more

Infinity Real Estate and the Nightingale Group landed a $41.6 million construction loan from Mercantil Commercebank for their planned Midwood office-and-retail development Kingswood Plaza II. The partners plan to replace  Read more

Brooklyn City Council member David Greenfield has a separate state campaign account that allows him to raise money from companies barred under city rules from donating. Greenfield, chairman of the  Read more

Brooklyn City Council member David Greenfield has a separate state campaign account that allows him to raise money from companies barred under city rules from donating. Greenfield, chairman of the  Read more

From the May issue: It can take years to shatter a New York City sales record, but in Brooklyn’s red-hot condo market, a trio of deals has raised the  Read more

From the May issue: It can take years to shatter a New York City sales record, but in Brooklyn’s red-hot condo market, a trio of deals has raised the  Read more

Queens-based builder Muss Development borrowed $48.8 million for its 28-story residential project at 1501 Voorhies Avenue in Brooklyn, records filed with city Friday show. The lender is the publicly-traded AvalonBay  Read more

Queens-based builder Muss Development borrowed $48.8 million for its 28-story residential project at 1501 Voorhies Avenue in Brooklyn, records filed with city Friday show. The lender is the publicly-traded AvalonBay  Read more

A century-old Park Slope mansion has hit the market as seven high-end condos. Developer Ray Zamagi’s ZR Empire scooped up the 50-foot Tracy Mansion for the bargain price of  Read more

A century-old Park Slope mansion has hit the market as seven high-end condos. Developer Ray Zamagi’s ZR Empire scooped up the 50-foot Tracy Mansion for the bargain price of  Read more

According to the most recent market reports, concessions are up and rent is down across most metrics in Manhattan. Overall, median rent fell 1.8 percent in Manhattan, dragged down by  Read more

According to the most recent market reports, concessions are up and rent is down across most metrics in Manhattan. Overall, median rent fell 1.8 percent in Manhattan, dragged down by  Read more

A partnership between Rick Rosan’s Oak Tree Residential and Management and California’s Avanath Capital Management has secured a $46.5 million loan for the acquisition of an 18-building Brooklyn multifamily portfolio.  Read more

A partnership between Rick Rosan’s Oak Tree Residential and Management and California’s Avanath Capital Management has secured a $46.5 million loan for the acquisition of an 18-building Brooklyn multifamily portfolio.  Read more

Cammeby’s International Group has tapped Suffolk Construction to take on what will be Coney Island’s tallest tower. Suffolk will serve as construction manager at 532 Neptune Avenue, a planned 40-story  Read more

The owner of a Dumbo manufacturing building who built rooms on the roof and rented them out to Airbnb guests was issued with a vacate order and a summons for  Read more

In Williamsburg, the slow crawl of gentrification kicked into sixth gear following the 2005 rezoning. In Long Island City, the City Lights co-op spurred a kingdom of high-rise luxury towers.  Read more

In Williamsburg, the slow crawl of gentrification kicked into sixth gear following the 2005 rezoning. In Long Island City, the City Lights co-op spurred a kingdom of high-rise luxury towers.  Read more

Bentley Zhao’s New Empire Real Estate Development is planning an 115-unit residential building on Ocean Avenue in Prospect Park South, according to a permit application filed with the city Thursday.  Read more

UPDATED, May 18, 11:05 a.m.: New York has some of the most expensive real estate among major world cities and some of the most decrepit public infrastructure. To Jed Walentas,  Read more

BCB Property Management sold a six-story Williamsburg apartment building to a German real estate investor for $23 million, sources told The Real Deal. The building at 218 South 3rd Street  Read more

Jorge Madruga’s Maddd Equities is in contact to buy a self-storage warehouse at 202 Tillary Street in Downtown Brooklyn, a site the developer wants to rezone to make way for  Read more

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