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From the July issue: Real estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, the agents  Read more

From the July issue: Real estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, the agents  Read more

The Durst Organization’s plans for a nearly 1-million-square-foot mixed-use project in Long Island City was the biggest real estate project filed with the city last month. The company wants to  Read more

The Durst Organization’s plans for a nearly 1-million-square-foot mixed-use project in Long Island City was the biggest real estate project filed with the city last month. The company wants to  Read more

Brooklyn loves Biggie. And next month, the basketball court at the Crispus Attucks Playground in Clinton Hill, near where the late rapper grew up, will be renamed for the Notorious  Read more

Brooklyn loves Biggie. And next month, the basketball court at the Crispus Attucks Playground in Clinton Hill, near where the late rapper grew up, will be renamed for the Notorious  Read more

Vincent Viola, the billionaire trader who was President Trump’s first nominee for Army Secretary, plans to turn a Jehovah’s Witness dormitory in Brooklyn Heights into apartments. Viola, the CEO of  Read more

It doesn’t look like the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey plans to sell the 80-acre Red Hook Container Terminal anytime soon, mostly due to — you guessed  Read more

It doesn’t look like the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey plans to sell the 80-acre Red Hook Container Terminal anytime soon, mostly due to — you guessed  Read more

From the July issue: Real estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, the agents  Read more

From the July issue: Real estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, the agents  Read more

Long Island landlord Michael Rubin picked up an eight-building Bronx-centric multifamily package for $35 million, sources told The Real Deal. It’s the third time the properties have traded in five  Read more

Long Island landlord Michael Rubin picked up an eight-building Bronx-centric multifamily package for $35 million, sources told The Real Deal. It’s the third time the properties have traded in five  Read more

According to this week’s market reports, Tribeca’s outrageous median sales price is only getting bigger, while office sales prices in Manhattan crossed the $1,000 per square foot benchmark for the  Read more

According to this week’s market reports, Tribeca’s outrageous median sales price is only getting bigger, while office sales prices in Manhattan crossed the $1,000 per square foot benchmark for the  Read more

The Brooklyn investment-sales market remained sluggish during the first six months of 2017. Read more

The Brooklyn investment-sales market remained sluggish during the first six months of 2017, continuing the trend from last year. The borough saw 570 transactions during the first half of 2017,  Read more

Is East New York the next neighborhood to experience a transformation? Depends on who you ask. Read more

A Brooklyn landlord is suing the city over a $15,000 fine for putting a Shepard Fairey mural on her building’s wall. The landlord, Jean Sausa, hired Fairey, who is famous  Read more

A Brooklyn landlord is suing the city over a $15,000 fine for putting a Shepard Fairey mural on her building’s wall. The landlord, Jean Sausa, hired Fairey, who is famous  Read more

In total, 10 homes in the over-$10 million market were reduced. Read more

A Blink Fitness and a Michaels craft store signed 40,000 square feet worth of retail leases at a commercial development in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. The businesses will take up three  Read more

The New York City multifamily market rebounded from a near-lifeless first quarter, but was still sluggish relative to the same period last year. Overall, 278 buildings were traded in 119  Read more

The popular Williamsburg bar and cinema Videology is facing eviction and suing its landlord in an attempt to stay at its Bedford Avenue location. Videology co-owners Wendy Chamberlain and James  Read more

The popular Williamsburg bar and cinema Videology is facing eviction and suing its landlord in an attempt to stay at its Bedford Avenue location. Videology co-owners Wendy Chamberlain and James  Read more

After selling only a handful of apartments over the past few months, Greenland Forest City Partners is switching up the marketing team at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, the first condominium at  Read more

After selling only a handful of apartments over the past few months, Greenland Forest City Partners is switching up the marketing team at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, the first condominium at  Read more

UPDATED, July 18, 3:31 p.m.: Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration and Alma Realty reached a deal to keep apartments at the 700-unit former Brooklyn Jewish Hospital in Crown Heights rent  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration and Alma Realty reached a deal to keep apartments at the 700-unit former Brooklyn Jewish Hospital in Crown Heights rent stabilized for the next 30  Read more

From the July issue: When Brooklyn’s most heralded startup, the online marketplace Etsy, inked a 200,000-square-foot lease at Dumbo Heights in July 2014, many saw it as confirmation of a  Read more

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