Search Results for:

You are here

Coca-Cola Building purchase led property sales in flat market
News 2 days ago
Coca-Cola Building purchase led property sales in flat market

For yearlong access to lists assembled by Crain's New York Business, please log in or subscribe for a data membership. The Coca-Cola Building was...

Share
De Blasio’s ‘mandatory inclusionary housing’ requirement falling short, report finds
News 3 days ago
De Blasio’s ‘mandatory inclusionary housing’ requirement falling short, report finds

The de Blasio administration's mandatory inclusionary housing mechanism became law in 2016. When the mayor ran for president last year, it was one...

Share
American Eagle's flagship Times Square store seeks new tenant
News 6 days ago
American Eagle's flagship Times Square store seeks new tenant

The search is on for a tenant at a Times Square building that is home to American Eagle Outfitters Inc.'s mega-flagship store. Real estate brokers...

Share
Murals brighten construction sites and improve community relations
News 6 days ago
Murals brighten construction sites and improve community relations

In considering how a project will benefit a neighborhood, New York City developers often take steps to mitigate disruption during construction. A...

Share
Tenants hit 'worst landlord' with $2M suit for rent overcharges
News 1 week ago
Tenants hit 'worst landlord' with $2M suit for rent overcharges

A group of rent-stabilized tenants in Crown Heights hit one of the city's 'worst landlords' with a $2 million suit, claiming they were overcharged...

Share
Former WeWork executive lands at rising brokerage firm
News 1 week ago
Former WeWork executive lands at rising brokerage firm

A former WeWork executive who was dismissed from the company during the mass layoffs that took place after its near collapse late last year has...

Share
Here is the 'Harry Potter' store design that angered Manhattan community board members
News 1 week ago
Here is the 'Harry Potter' store design that angered Manhattan community board members

A new Harry Potter flagship store in the Flatiron District will host the world's largest collection of products from the wizarding world under one...

Share
Amazon owes Durst millions for ditching 2014 Midtown deal, judge says
News 1 week ago
Amazon owes Durst millions for ditching 2014 Midtown deal, judge says

Amazon may have to pay up to $21.7 million to the Durst Organization after backing out of a lease at one of its Midtown towers, a judge ruled...

Share
Crain's most-read real estate stories of 2019
News 3 weeks ago
Crain's most-read real estate stories of 2019

In the fall of 2013, when apartment 1E at 171 W. 81st St. was vacated, the owner did what landlords have done with tens of thousands of other rent...

Share
Judge strikes down de Blasio's Inwood rezoning plan
News 1 month ago
Judge strikes down de Blasio's Inwood rezoning plan

The 2018 rezoning of Inwood led by Mayor Bill de Blasio was struck down by a state judge Thursday, dealing a major blow to one of the...

Share
Moody's expert says city's economy will grow—but the pace will slow
News 1 month ago
Moody's expert says city's economy will grow—but the pace will slow

No one knows the city's economy better than Moody's senior economist Barbara Denham, who has studied its ups and downs for more than 20 years....

Share
Far from bleak on Bleecker Street
News 2 months ago
Far from bleak on Bleecker Street

Broad Street Development is set to open 40 Bleecker St. in the spring. Penthouses at the 61-unit luxury condominium are retailing for more than $10...

Share
Council bills seek to peel back the curtain on the housing lottery
News 2 months ago
Council bills seek to peel back the curtain on the housing lottery

The City Council wants Mayor Bill de Blasio's lottery numbers. The body voted Thursday for a pair of bills aimed at the selection process for the...

Share
Council OKs better pay for workers at subsidized developments
News 2 months ago
Council OKs better pay for workers at subsidized developments

The business of affordable housing is about to get more expensive. The City Council voted Thursday to obligate below-market housing developments...

Share
E-commerce has city's warehouse market booming as retail slows: report
News 2 months ago
E-commerce has city's warehouse market booming as retail slows: report

As Amazon and other e-commerce giants circle, warehouse space is booming in the five boroughs. Sales volume for industrial buildings is already up...

Share
To Expand Hudson River Park, Tow Pound May Finally Get Hauled Off the Waterfront
News 2 months ago
To Expand Hudson River Park, Tow Pound May Finally Get Hauled Off the Waterfront

Sign up for "THE CITY Scoop," our daily newsletter where we send you stories like this first thing in the morning. After decades on the West Side...

Share
Big-Time Builders Line Up for Shot at Prime Manhattan CUNY Property
News 2 months ago
Big-Time Builders Line Up for Shot at Prime Manhattan CUNY Property

Sign up for "THE CITY Scoop," our daily newsletter where we send you stories like this first thing in the morning. Some of the biggest developers...

Share
Housing construction—down nearly a third—not keeping up with job growth: report
News 2 months ago
Housing construction—down nearly a third—not keeping up with job growth: report

The city and its suburbs are adding jobs but job-seekers are running out of places to live. Residential construction has fallen behind the rate of...

Share
IBM searching for huge office, may drop WeWork
News 2 months ago
IBM searching for huge office, may drop WeWork

International Business Machines is seeking to join the growing list of large technology companies in search of office space in the city-and could...

Share
Taconic, Nuveen partner on major Hudson Square ground lease
News 2 months ago
Taconic, Nuveen partner on major Hudson Square ground lease

Real estate investment firms Taconic Investment Partners and Nuveen have partnered up to purchase a controlling interest in a downtown development...

Share
Wegmans Opens in Brooklyn; Fans Wait in the Rain, and Rejoice
News 2 months ago
Wegmans Opens in Brooklyn; Fans Wait in the Rain, and Rejoice

When Alexis Grafakos moved to a small town in western New York in 2013, she couldn't find empanada dough anywhere. One day while shopping in...

Share
Nordstrom preps for debut in world’s tallest residential skyscraper
News 2 months ago
Nordstrom preps for debut in world’s tallest residential skyscraper

The Nordstrom family this week is set to christen its newest store-albeit one that was a half-century in the making-at the bottom of a Manhattan...

Share
Winners and losers of WeWork's bailout
News 2 months ago
Winners and losers of WeWork's bailout

Four years ago public-relations executive Gillian Small set up shop in a WeWork near Penn Station. The office was only about 40 square feet and the...

Share
American Dream mall is a nightmare for New Jersey shopping centers
News 3 months ago
American Dream mall is a nightmare for New Jersey shopping centers

The malls of northern New Jersey, go-to destinations for shoppers from nearby New York City for more than half a century, are trying to find ways...

Share
Macy's makeover can begin with these four steps
News 3 months ago
Macy's makeover can begin with these four steps

Macy's Inc. is having a miserable year. With meager sales growth and a lackluster annual forecast, it is currently the worst-performing stock in...

Share
MLB to open Midtown retail store
News 3 months ago
MLB to open Midtown retail store

Major League Baseball is taking a swing at retail in Midtown Manhattan. The league said it will open a 17,000-square foot MLB Flagship store in...

Share
Construction begins at Google's Hudson Square campus
News 3 months ago
Construction begins at Google's Hudson Square campus

Construction at Google's planned new campus in Hudson Square has officially begun. The northern sections of the St. John's Terminal building have...

Share
Community group petitions Health Department to block Lenox Hill project
News 3 months ago
Community group petitions Health Department to block Lenox Hill project

The Committee to Protect Our Lenox Hill Neighborhood, a group of Upper East Side residents opposing Lenox Hill Hospital's planned $2 billion...

Share
Council eyes facial-recognition regulation
News 3 months ago
Council eyes facial-recognition regulation

The City Council is considering regulating the use of facial-recognition software by landlords and business owners following a year of controversy...

Share
Tenants sue FiDi landlord for allegedly overcharging on rent-stabilized units
News 3 months ago
Tenants sue FiDi landlord for allegedly overcharging on rent-stabilized units

The story of tenants who have allegedly been illegally overcharged for rent-stabilized units in New York City has repeated itself again. Two...

Share