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Abraham Leser’s Leser Group is selling $32.5 million worth of bonds on the Israeli market. The issuance will be the first by a North American company since Canadian developer Urbancorp  Read more

A development site formerly owned by the Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburg is slated to be transformed into a 22-story mixed-use building with residential and commercial space. A partnership between  Read more

A development site formerly owned by the Dime Savings Bank of Williamsburg is slated to be transformed into a 22-story mixed-use building with residential and commercial space. A partnership between  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_868447” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] From left: 30 Rogers Avenue in Park Slope, 1011 Carroll Place in the Bronx and David Lichtenstein[/caption]

Last week in the world of mid-market New York City  Read more

[caption id=”attachment_868447” align=”aligncenter” width=”570”] From left: 30 Rogers Avenue in Park Slope, 1011 Carroll Place in the Bronx and David Lichtenstein[/caption]

Last week in the world of mid-market New York City  Read more

Banking giant Capital One says Taxi King Gene Freidman hasn’t paid his fare on $8.4 million in defaulted loans. The bank’s petition to collect the debt, filed Monday in New  Read more

Banking giant Capital One says Taxi King Gene Friedman hasn’t paid his fare on $8.4 million in defaulted loans. The bank’s petition to collect the debt, filed Monday in New  Read more

U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara is investigating Mayor Bill de Blasio’s role in the sale of the Long Island College Hospital site in Cobble Hill. Bharara’s office subpoenaed the State University  Read more

Buyers and sellers continued to ink multifamily deals in Brooklyn at a relatively steady pace during the first half of the year, while other assets like commercial properties and development  Read more

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership has begun its search for a replacement president as Tucker Reed prepares to leave early next month. The organization’s board has formed a search committee and  Read more

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership has begun its search for a replacement president as Tucker Reed prepares to leave early next month. The organization’s board has formed a search committee and  Read more

This is one deal that’s right up their alley. Atlas Capital Group is in contract to acquire the North Williamsburg building that is home to Brooklyn Bowl and the Brooklyn  Read more

A recent report claims that nearly 40,000 new market-rate apartments are coming to New York City in the next three years, but it’s unclear if the spike in supply will  Read more

A recent report claims that nearly 40,000 new market-rate apartments are coming to New York City in the next three years, but it’s unclear if the spike in supply will  Read more

Norman Brodsky, the owner of the former CitiStorage site, is celebrating, but it’s not exactly clear why. The public bid for his 27-acre property — long eyed by the city  Read more

Barely a year after moving from Nassau County to Brooklyn, the New York Islanders are already considering a move to the next borough. The NHL franchise is in talks with  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. For Compass backers, ROI remains far off 2. Keith Rubenstein to bring “Bruckner Market” food hall to South Bronx 3. Brooklyn investment sales market in post-421a  Read more

One of the “Big Four” advertising agencies is saying “oui” to Brooklyn. French colossus Publicis Groupe inked a lease for its first Kings County office, at the Industry City complex  Read more

The former owner of 45 John Street, a long-stalled and unfinished condo conversion in the Financial District, is facing more financial woes. Chun Peter Dong and a group of more  Read more

The former owner of 45 John Street, a long-stalled and unfinished condo conversion in the Financial District, is facing more financial woes. Chun Peter Dong and a group of more  Read more

The city still wants to buy an 11-acre site for Bushwick Inlet Park for $100 million, but after an auction ended with an impasse on Wednesday owner Norman Brodsky continues  Read more

The city still wants to buy an 11-acre site for Bushwick Inlet Park for $100 million, but after an auction ended with an impasse on Wednesday owner Norman Brodsky continues  Read more

UPDATED, July 20, 10:03 p.m.: RAL Development Services and Oliver’s Realty Group closed on a deal to lease the land for their controversial Brooklyn Bridge Park residential development Pier 6  Read more

From the July issue: When New York City ended its run as a port-based economy, in the 1950s, it effectively turned its back on the water. Not helping matters was  Read more

Brooklyn is about to get a lot more of the Beautiful Game. Urban Soccer, which operates soccer leagues in Europe, is taking 63,000 square feet at 14 53rd Street in  Read more

From the July issue: Kensington or the Upper East Side? Canary Wharf or Wall Street? Islington or Brooklyn Heights? The modern-day real estate rivalry between London and New York has  Read more

Developer Haysha Deitsch missed a $3.1 million payment to the senior citizens he tried to evict as the buyers of his Brooklyn senior living facility show signs of walking away  Read more

Brooklyn’s investment sales volume tumbled in the first half of 2016 as the expiration of the 421a tax abatement program exacerbated a cyclical slowdown, according to a new report by  Read more

Current reader favorites: 1. NYC real estate moguls pump more than $2.2M into Trump Victory fund 2. Can developers win in the lending game? 3. Related picks up Williamsburg portfolio  Read more

For the first time since 3 million square feet of space became available at One World Trade Center, Downtown has a tighter office market than its submarket rival Midtown. So  Read more

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