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$110 Million to Fix Central Park Section Far From ‘Billionaire’s Row’
News 4 days ago
$110 Million to Fix Central Park Section Far From ‘Billionaire’s Row’

For a majority of visitors from across New York and the world, Central Park is memorable for what they find at the southern end. That's where the...

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De Blasio: Get property-tax reform done on my watch
News 1 week ago
De Blasio: Get property-tax reform done on my watch

Re "Mayor blows off property tax reform. What's next?" Answering a question at the Crain's Business Breakfast Forum on Tuesday, I focused so much...

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Manhattan small apartments are priciest they’ve been since 2008
News 1 week ago
Manhattan small apartments are priciest they’ve been since 2008

Seekers of smaller apartments in Manhattan have had plenty of company this summer. Swelling demand by both newcomers and locals drove rents for...

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Tenant groups seek to join court fight over rent regulation
News 1 week ago
Tenant groups seek to join court fight over rent regulation

Tenant advocates want to be heard in the lawsuit that seeks to overturn the state's rent-regulation system by having it declared unconstitutional....

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LI mayor wants meeting with Cuomo over Belmont concerns
News 2 weeks ago
LI mayor wants meeting with Cuomo over Belmont concerns

Floral Park officials want a meeting with Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to discuss the Islanders $1.3 billion Belmont project before possibly going to court...

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Investor reaps big gains on once-notorious Midtown South building
News 3 weeks ago
Investor reaps big gains on once-notorious Midtown South building

A once-derelict office building owned by a notorious pair of landlords, 155 W. 23rd St., is now trading hands for a tidy profit. The Kaufman...

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Forever 21 prepares for potential bankruptcy filing
News 3 weeks ago
Forever 21 prepares for potential bankruptcy filing

Forever 21 is preparing for a potential bankruptcy filing as the fashion retailer's cash dwindles and turnaround options fade, according to people...

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Lord & Taylor sold for $100M to rental-clothing company
News 3 weeks ago
Lord & Taylor sold for $100M to rental-clothing company

Lord & Taylor, one of the nation's oldest department stores, is being sold for $100 million to a rental clothing company. Le Tote Inc. is buying...

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Hedge fund Atalaya to pay $2.5M settlement for funding illegal mortgage lending
News 3 weeks ago
Hedge fund Atalaya to pay $2.5M settlement for funding illegal mortgage lending

A hedge fund company will have to pay more than $2.5 million in a settlement agreement for its role in funding and assisting the illegal and...

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City's first outlet mall off to slow start
News 3 weeks ago
City's first outlet mall off to slow start

The Empire Outlets in Staten Island-where state officials promised "If you build it, they will come"-appears to be off to a sluggish start. The...

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Target opens hiring ahead of fall opening for Columbus Circle store
News 3 weeks ago
Target opens hiring ahead of fall opening for Columbus Circle store

Target is nearing opening day for its latest city store, just a couple blocks up from Columbus Circle. The chain plans to open "later this fall"...

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Smart-lock startup Latch secures funding and customers, but opens concerns
News 3 weeks ago
Smart-lock startup Latch secures funding and customers, but opens concerns

Before its smart locks were in one in every 10 new U. S. apartment units under construction, Latch started small: the front door of its co-founder...

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Whole Foods reportedly snags NoMad location
News 1 month ago
Whole Foods reportedly snags NoMad location

Whole Foods is reportedly expanding its city presence to NoMad. The company has signed on for 60,000 square feet at 63 Madison Ave. in the...

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Apartments in Manhattan’s Financial District are languishing
News 1 month ago
Apartments in Manhattan’s Financial District are languishing

Apartments in Manhattan's Financial District aren't exactly trading like blue chips on the nearby New York Stock Exchange. Whether in converted Art...

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Apartments in Financial District are languishing
News 1 month ago
Apartments in Financial District are languishing

Apartments in Manhattan's Financial District aren't exactly trading like blue chips on the nearby New York Stock Exchange. Whether in converted Art...

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Lawsuit accuses landlord of trying to destroy parking company
News 1 month ago
Lawsuit accuses landlord of trying to destroy parking company

A parking garage operator claims its landlord is trying to destroy its business after becoming enraged when it wouldn't vacate one of its locations...

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Vacant storefronts not a citywide phenomenon, study finds
News 1 month ago
Vacant storefronts not a citywide phenomenon, study finds

Reports of retail's death have been greatly exaggerated. That is the upshot of a de Blasio administration report released Thursday. The Department...

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Comptroller: New commercial leasing strong, but vacancy rates increase
News 1 month ago
Comptroller: New commercial leasing strong, but vacancy rates increase

New commercial leasing activity increased in Manhattan by more than 10 million square feet during the second quarter of 2019, according to the...

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Game Clock Ticking on Affordable Housing at Brooklyn’s Pacific Park
News 1 month ago
Game Clock Ticking on Affordable Housing at Brooklyn’s Pacific Park

The vast real estate development Pacific Park is sprouting apartment towers in the thick of Brooklyn's building boom - but not fast enough to...

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Goldman Sachs raises reported $2.5B for real estate purchases
News 1 month ago
Goldman Sachs raises reported $2.5B for real estate purchases

A newly reorganized real-estate investment fund for Goldman Sachs is reportedly raising $2.5 billion to purchase properties throughout the U. S....

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Landlord challenging new rent regs sued for not abiding by old ones
News 1 month ago
Landlord challenging new rent regs sued for not abiding by old ones

One of three landlord groups challenging the state's newly reformed rent laws will now face the claims of more than 100 tenants who allege they...

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Bill will legalize sidewalk doghouses, ending regulatory nightmare
News 1 month ago
Bill will legalize sidewalk doghouses, ending regulatory nightmare

A Brooklyn startup that makes climate-controlled "sanctuaries for dogs" has escaped the city's regulatory doghouse. The City Council this week...

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Landlord’s bid to have courts overturn rent reforms
News 2 months ago
Landlord’s bid to have courts overturn rent reforms

Landlords have griped for decades about the city's rent-regulation system. But the vitriol reached a fever pitch last month, when the state...

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Brooklyn real estate: the cachet of cool at lower prices
News 2 months ago
Brooklyn real estate: the cachet of cool at lower prices

After 23 years in SoHo, Deirdre Quinn and her fashion company, Lafayette 148, left the Manhattan neighborhood in August for more space at a better...

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Boys' Club sells East Village space to unlikely buyer
News 2 months ago
Boys' Club sells East Village space to unlikely buyer

It has practically become formulaic in New York City real estate: A beloved property hits the sales market, it is bulldozed and high-priced condos...

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Developers and landlords poured cash into Cuomo campaign
News 2 months ago
Developers and landlords poured cash into Cuomo campaign

As the state Legislature weighed changes to New York's rent, wage and campaign finance laws, the real estate community put its money on Gov. Andrew...

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The best route for Citi Bike
News 2 months ago
The best route for Citi Bike

To the editor: Re: “More needs to be done to ensure equitable access to bike-share in all New York City communities. But partnerships are already...

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Cushman & Wakefield nabs leasing exclusivity for Fisher Landau building
News 2 months ago
Cushman & Wakefield nabs leasing exclusivity for Fisher Landau building

Cushman & Wakefield has been hired exclusively to rent out the 25,000-square-foot building in Long Island City that previously housed the Fisher...

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World Trade Center mall has a plan to get you to stick around
News 2 months ago
World Trade Center mall has a plan to get you to stick around

There are always crowds at the shopping mall inside the: commuters rushing to their trains, tourists wandering about after a stop at the nearby 9...

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City opens temporary Brooklyn ‘green space' amid legal fight
News 2 months ago
City opens temporary Brooklyn ‘green space' amid legal fight

The city has opened a temporary parklike space at Willoughby Square as it fends off a legal challenge over who has the right to build on the 1.2...

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