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Whites stalked in black neighborhood by de Blasio's Airbnb crackdown, Bed-Stuy pol says
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Whites stalked in black neighborhood by de Blasio's Airbnb crackdown, Bed-Stuy pol says

A lawmaker in a black section of Brooklyn says city agents are following her white constituents home from the subway, suspecting they are Airbnb...

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Lululemon exit makes Thor vulnerable on Fifth Avenue—again
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Lululemon exit makes Thor vulnerable on Fifth Avenue—again

The recent decision by fitness apparel brand Lululemon to vacate 597 Fifth Ave. could put the building's landlord in a tough financial position....

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SoHo landlords gird for rezoning battle
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SoHo landlords gird for rezoning battle

A group of landlords have formed a group to advocate for major zoning changes in SoHo and NoHo as part of a city-led process that kicked off this...

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The ups and downs of building on spec
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The ups and downs of building on spec

Larry Silverstein, president and CEO of Silverstein properties views the World Trade Center construction site in 2014. Larry Silverstein began...

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HQ2: Lawmaker outraged by Trump's opportunity zones tax break
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HQ2: Lawmaker outraged by Trump's opportunity zones tax break

A New York state lawmaker has introduced a bill that would make President Donald Trump's "opportunity zones" tax break less valuable to real estate...

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Why Brookfield Properties is worth the risk
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Why Brookfield Properties is worth the risk

The normally no-holds-barred world of New York City commercial real estate has one cardinal rule: Don't build on spec. No matter how much a strong...

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Why Brookfield's gamble is worth the risk
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Why Brookfield's gamble is worth the risk

The normally no-holds-barred world of New York City commercial real estate has one cardinal rule: Don't build on spec. No matter how much a strong...

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A once-struggling artist has become the dance community’s benevolent landlord
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A once-struggling artist has become the dance community’s benevolent landlord

Nine years ago choreographer Gina Gibney was on the verge of shutting down her struggling modern-dance company. "I really felt like giving up," she...

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St. Mark's Comics to shutter its doors
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St. Mark's Comics to shutter its doors

Another literary icon will be shuttering this year. St. Mark's Comics, which first opened in 1984 in the East Village at 11 St. Mark's Place, will...

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Airbnb foes say revealing host info will save apartments
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Airbnb foes say revealing host info will save apartments

A new report from critics of Airbnb and other home-sharing platforms claims New York City could lose nearly 11,000 housing units if new regulations...

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Macklowe's Midtown tower would be among the city's tallest
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Macklowe's Midtown tower would be among the city's tallest

Developer Harry Macklowe is planning an audacious Midtown office tower to cap a long career of high-wire dealmaking and development. The 82-year...

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With L-tunnel closure averted, residential market expected to heat up
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With L-tunnel closure averted, residential market expected to heat up

The news that the L-train tunnel will not be shuttered for 15 months is likely to buoy the residential market in North Brooklyn neighborhoods...

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Natural History Museum's $400M expansion halted despite court victory
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Natural History Museum's $400M expansion halted despite court victory

Opponents of a nearly $400 million plan to expand the American Museum of Natural History won a reprieve after suffering defeat in their attempt to...

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If public housing's walls could talk, they'd say, ‘Fix the damn pipes'
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If public housing's walls could talk, they'd say, ‘Fix the damn pipes'

New York must ensure communities punished for marijuana now benefit from legalization This is why New York had to pay more for Amazon At CUNY,...

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Council hearings cement wide-ranging changes for real estate
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Council hearings cement wide-ranging changes for real estate

Lack of choice hurts ride-hailing across the city What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Three more years of de Blasio is starting to feel like...

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Tech company eyes Aetna's pricey Meatpacking District office
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Tech company eyes Aetna's pricey Meatpacking District office

An online brand management company is negotiating to take over the lease for a pricey office building in the Meatpacking District that insurance...

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Housing Works secures $4M for Hell's Kitchen clinic
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Housing Works secures $4M for Hell's Kitchen clinic

Lack of choice hurts ride-hailing across New York City What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Three more years of de Blasio is starting to feel...

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Economic outlook: Market uncertainty and a glut of space muddy the real estate picture
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Economic outlook: Market uncertainty and a glut of space muddy the real estate picture

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York Three more years of de Blasio is starting to...

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Pol: Make landlords lock in preferential rents, but subsidize them
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Pol: Make landlords lock in preferential rents, but subsidize them

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. wants owners of rent-stabilized apartments to get a break, not take a hike. A citywide survey he released...

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City unveils plan to rein in landlords who skirt rent regs
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City unveils plan to rein in landlords who skirt rent regs

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York While nonprofits wait to get paid, de Blasio...

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Manhattan rents dip again
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Manhattan rents dip again

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York While nonprofits wait to get paid, de Blasio...

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East Harlem gentrification boosted by rezoning, tax breaks
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East Harlem gentrification boosted by rezoning, tax breaks

At the corner of Lexington Avenue and 125th Street in East Harlem, in front of a closed Pathmark grocery —“Pat ark” is all that remains of the name...

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NYC politicians rail against Amazon, but Virginia's cheer
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NYC politicians rail against Amazon, but Virginia's cheer

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York Three more years of de Blasio is starting to...

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In NYC politicians rail against Amazon, but in Virginia they cheer
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In NYC politicians rail against Amazon, but in Virginia they cheer

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York While nonprofits wait to get paid, de Blasio...

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Condo breaks TriBeCa record, sells for $55M
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Condo breaks TriBeCa record, sells for $55M

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York Connections started my career — let's give...

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Condo sells for $55M, a TriBeCa record
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Condo sells for $55M, a TriBeCa record

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York Connections started my career — let's give...

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City plans to sell $1B of public-housing air rights
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City plans to sell $1B of public-housing air rights

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York Connections started my career — let's give...

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Council blasts Amazon deal in contentious hearing
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Council blasts Amazon deal in contentious hearing

A hearty benefit to the private owner of roughly half of the waterfront property where Amazon plans to build its Long Island City headquarters drew...

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Construction begins on one of the tallest towers in Jersey City
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Construction begins on one of the tallest towers in Jersey City

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York Connections started my career — let's give...

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Employees at Amazon's new warehouse launch unionization push
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Employees at Amazon's new warehouse launch unionization push

What critics get wrong about Amazon's HQ2 Amazon's treatment of workers is not welcome in New York Connections started my career — let's give...

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