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Brooklyn landlords Yechiel Weinberger and Bernard Miller sold a four-building, 129-unit Clinton Hill residential portfolio for $38 million, according to property records filed with the city today. ... [more]  Read more

Renderings for a planned seven-story, 133-unit apartment building at 125 Borinquen Place in Williamsburg have been released. ... [more] Read more

Today, Mayor Bill de Blasio will take the next step toward rezoning East New York, Brooklyn, with the announcement of a timeline for the review process. The lengthy land use  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Super Rich, LLC 2. REBNY is afraid of the dark 3. Co-op owners unite to sell Brooklyn Heights building 4. Vornado switches up retail bosses 5.  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Super Rich, LLC 2. REBNY is afraid of the dark 3. Co-op owners unite to sell Brooklyn Heights building 4. Vornado switches up retail bosses 5.  Read more

UPDATED, 00:47 a.m., May 1: Joel Schreiber’s Waterbridge Capital has closed on a $100 million-plus acquisition of properties on bustling North 3rd Street in Williamsburg, The Real Deal has learned.  Read more

Christina Ricci picked up a four-bedroom townhouse in Fort Greene for $2 million. ... [more] Read more

1. Super Rich, LLC 2. Co-op owners unite to sell Brooklyn Heights building 3. New York City FC may move to northern Manhattan Like The Real Deal on Facebook for  Read more

The co-op board for a seven-story Brooklyn Heights building developed by Francis Greenburger’s Time Equities is putting the property on the market for $30 million, The Real Deal has learned.  Read more

Office tenant demand in Brooklyn and Queens has increasingly made speculative commercial development in the outer boroughs an option for developers, according to JLL. ... [more] Read more

[caption id=”attachment_599393” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Rendering of 533 Leonard Street in Greenpoint (Credit: Largo Investments)[/caption]

New look available at 533 Leonard Street in Greenpoint. Financial companies set up tech hubs in Manhattan.  Read more

CBRE’s Darcy Stacom and Bill Shanahan two-stepped their way to the industry’s top honor for dealmakers last evening as they took home the first-place prize in the Real Estate Board  Read more

UPDATED, 3:58 p.m., April 28: Melohn Properties paid $197.5 million for an interest in the land underneath 32 Old Slip, a Downtown office tower with 1.2 million square feet of  Read more

1. Brooklyn may get a brand-new 5-mile subway line 2. Rental fees at condos leap on strength of investor-owned units 3. Zar Property files plans for funky duplex office penthouse  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_598988” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] From left: 224 Mulberry Street, 108 Chambers Street and Jeffrey Simpson[/caption]

From the $18.7 million sale of a Chinatown development site to Packer Collegiate College’s $16 million  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_599030” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] The former Rizzoli bookstore[/caption]

Former Rizzoli bookstore now totally gone. Home prices are going up, more than expected. What you need to know when selling your apartment.  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. What a Chinese developer’s default means for New York 2. The incredible real estate portfolio of Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison 3. Corruption probes slowing 421a, rent  Read more

Multifamily sales in New York City hit $3.3 billion in the first quarter of 2015, with sales in Manhattan and Brooklyn each exceeding $1 billion. According to a new quarterly  Read more

Normandy Real Estate Partners and Westbrook Partners are in contract to sell all 30 buildings of their “Three Borough Pool” portfolio. The 1,700-unit portfolio — which has buildings in Northern  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_598764” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] Carnegie Hall[/caption]

Long Island City vs. Williamsburg — which one wins? Photographs show what’s life is like inside NYCHA projects. The secrets of Carnegie Hall. Read  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. Corruption probes slowing 421a, rent control talks: Cuomo 2. Pregame analysis: Players weigh in on Meridian Capital’s investment sales push 3. What a Chinese developer’s default  Read more

New York City’s Landmarks Law was passed 50 years ago this month. Since it was enacted, it has protected 33,000 properties, as well as 114 historic districts such as Brooklyn  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to see a new subway line in Brooklyn. In his outline for his new mobility plan “OneNYC,” de Blasio called for a study to investigate  Read more

Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to see a new subway line in Brooklyn. In his outline for his new mobility plan “OneNYC,” de Blasio called for a study to investigate  Read more

The Brooklyn Flea may be gone, but there’s no dearth of deals being done under the vaulted ceilings of the ornate, Beaux Arts interior of the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank  Read more

It’s not the official residence of the mayor, but it does sound like it, and it does lie in Hizzoner’s neighborhood. Tracy Mansion, once Brooklyn’s priciest single-family listing at $25  Read more

Sugar Hill Capital Partners sold a mixed-use property in Hamilton Heights to Brooklyn-based landlord Galil Management, formerly known as E&M Associates, for $25.5 million. The elevator building at 3621 Broadway  Read more

Raphael Toledano, a private investor with offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn, bought a six-story Chelsea building for $41.5 million, The Real Deal has learned. Toledano is looking to make the  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. What a Chinese developer’s default means for New York 2. SL Green signs on Bloomberg, WeWork 3. Park Slope’s Pavilion Theater to go resi 4. Views  Read more

Hidrock Realty’s decision to move ahead with turning the famed Pavilion Theater in Park Slope into a residential building, despite assurances that it would not do so, is based on  Read more

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