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Servers sing Broadway tunes while you eat at Gayle’s Broadway Rose
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Servers sing Broadway tunes while you eat at Gayle’s Broadway Rose

Amazon Go 200 Vesey St. Amazon’s cashierless takeout shop sells breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack items from national and local brands including...

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Microsoft inks deals for SoHo office space, reports say
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Microsoft inks deals for SoHo office space, reports say

Microsoft is heading for SoHo. After Crain's reported in September that the tech giant was eyeing space at 300 Lafayette St. in the neighborhood, a...

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NY bill would bar facial recognition programs for landlords
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NY bill would bar facial recognition programs for landlords

New legislation introduced in New York state would ban the use of facial recognition software by landlords in residential buildings. The bill,...

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Retail rents are falling in most of Manhattan's top shopping corridors
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Retail rents are falling in most of Manhattan's top shopping corridors

Pedestrians pass in front of the Coca-Cola Co. building at 711 Fifth Avenue in New York, U. S., on Monday, Dec. 10, 2018. Empty storefronts along...

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Allure Group has until 2022 to open Lower East Side health facility
News 1 week ago
Allure Group has until 2022 to open Lower East Side health facility

Paul Mahoney, assistant deputy attorney general, told Community Board 3 on the Lower East Side last week that the state has reviewed potential...

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Brooklyn, Queens neighborhoods top list of fastest-growing rental markets
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Brooklyn, Queens neighborhoods top list of fastest-growing rental markets

Within the five boroughs, demand for rental apartments is growing fastest in already expensive neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens. Dumbo, Long...

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No stopping Amazon this time, but jobs pay less
News 2 weeks ago
No stopping Amazon this time, but jobs pay less

Amazon is blitzing New York City again, although this time with warehouse jobs that pay workers $17 to $20 per hour rather than professional...

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Evacuation notices required at residential buildings under NYC Council bill
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Evacuation notices required at residential buildings under NYC Council bill

Building owners would have to post hurricane evacuation notices in their residential properties under legislation the City Council expected to pass...

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Target to take space in Washington Heights
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Target to take space in Washington Heights

Washington Heights is set to welcome a new big-box retailer next year. The retail giant Target signed a 15-year lease last week for 23,737 square...

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NYSE owner acquires mortgage tech company
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NYSE owner acquires mortgage tech company

The owner of the New York Stock Exchange is betting on further digitization of the U. S. mortgage market with the $335 million acquisition of...

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Nordstrom to Add Two Mini Stores in Its New York Expansion
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Nordstrom to Add Two Mini Stores in Its New York Expansion

Nordstrom waited decades to expand in Manhattan, but now it's making up for lost time. It introduced its men's store last year and is opening a...

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AT&T to sell Hudson Yards space to Related Cos. for $2.2 billion
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AT&T to sell Hudson Yards space to Related Cos. for $2.2 billion

AT&T Inc.'s WarnerMedia agreed to sell space in a Manhattan tower for $2.2 billion to real estate giant Related Cos., helping the telecom giant pay...

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Hospital for Special Surgery to revive FDR Drive project
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Hospital for Special Surgery to revive FDR Drive project

Hospital for Special Surgery is moving ahead with a $300 million project to add patient rooms and physician offices by building above the FDR Drive...

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Rent-law reform may repeat mistakes of past
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Rent-law reform may repeat mistakes of past

Mixing up cause and effect, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie claimed this month that rent regulation was instituted because of a shortage of housing...

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REBNY launching energy-efficiency education program
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REBNY launching energy-efficiency education program

Real Estate Board of New York is hopping aboard the energy-efficiency initiative. The trade association plans to launch an efficiency and...

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Lawsuit: Brooklyn landlords neglected rent-regulated apartments while renovating illegal Airbnbs
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Lawsuit: Brooklyn landlords neglected rent-regulated apartments while renovating illegal Airbnbs

A bathroom with ceiling damage in a rent-regulated apartment building compared with a bathroom photo from an Airbnb listing, allegedly within the...

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Condo property taxes rise as abatements end
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Condo property taxes rise as abatements end

Property taxes are on the rise for owners of newer condominiums, a new report by StreetEasy found. Tax abatements, which help unit owners receive a...

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Rent regulation stuck in World War II era
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Rent regulation stuck in World War II era

To the editor: Re "Rent regs on the table:" It would help if legislators would take a look at the state Division of Homes and Community Renewal...

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Whole Foods Plants a Bodega-Like Shop in Chelsea
News 1 month ago
Whole Foods Plants a Bodega-Like Shop in Chelsea

Whole Foods Market has opened a bodega-like convenience store in Chelsea with an açaí bowl station and kombucha on tap. Dubbed Whole Foods Market...

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Law firm to swap Sixth Avenue offices
News 2 months ago
Law firm to swap Sixth Avenue offices

The London-based law firm Linklaters is moving its Manhattan office on Sixth Avenue. The firm, located at 1345 Sixth Ave., has signed a lease to...

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Sotheby's sues Park Ave. condo owner for allegedly withholding commission
News 2 months ago
Sotheby's sues Park Ave. condo owner for allegedly withholding commission

Sotheby's International Realty is suing the owners of a Park Avenue condominium for allegedly failing to pay the commission on the sale of a $31.5...

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Can a New York developer dig out of this Chicago hole?
News 2 months ago
Can a New York developer dig out of this Chicago hole?

Chicago officials want to landmark the two low-rise buildings on this River North site where Symmetry Property Development had planned a condo...

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Hudson Yards' $32M penthouse tests the power of retail
News 2 months ago
Hudson Yards' $32M penthouse tests the power of retail

Two years ago, Ann Cutbill Lenane visited the salesroom for 15 Hudson Yards, an as yet-unbuilt condominium in the heart of Related Cos. and Oxford...

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Sunset Park councilman to Industry City: Delay rezoning or I'll kill it
News 2 months ago
Sunset Park councilman to Industry City: Delay rezoning or I'll kill it

First Amazon, now Industry City? Sunset Park Councilman Carlos Menchaca told the owners of the evolving industrial campus to pull their application...

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Schumer: $1.2 billion in Trump budget must go to city's public housing
News 2 months ago
Schumer: $1.2 billion in Trump budget must go to city's public housing

Sen. Chuck Schumer on Sunday demanded that the Trump administration earmark at least $1.2 billion in the federal budget for New York City's...

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Albany bill on major capital improvements would be a disaster for everyone
News 2 months ago
Albany bill on major capital improvements would be a disaster for everyone

To the editor: As described in Dan Geiger's article "Legislators seek to end rent increases for rent-regulated buildings," the proposal to end...

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Elon Musk turns to Morgan Stanley for five monster mortgages
News 2 months ago
Elon Musk turns to Morgan Stanley for five monster mortgages

When it comes to cars, tunnels and rockets, Elon Musk thinks big. The same's true for his household finances. The billionaire recently took out $61...

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Proposals would cut brokers' fees and limit security deposits
News 3 months ago
Proposals would cut brokers' fees and limit security deposits

Two New York City council members are looking to reduce the upfront costs of renting apartments in the city. Council members Keith Powers and...

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Partners in dispute at superluxe MoMA tower
News 3 months ago
Partners in dispute at superluxe MoMA tower

A rift has opened between the partners that built the soaring ultra-luxury condo tower at 53 W. 53rd St. Hines, Goldman Sachs, and the Singapore...

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Having an office tryst on Wall Street? Tell your boss (or at least a survey)
News 3 months ago
Having an office tryst on Wall Street? Tell your boss (or at least a survey)

The head of foreign-exchange research at Bridgewater Associates and a female colleague were let go recently after their office romance came to...

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