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TRANSACTIONS: GCP Capital Group places $66,450,000 in aggregate financing
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TRANSACTIONS: GCP Capital Group places $66,450,000 in aggregate financing

Dansker Realty Capital LLC provided an acquisition bridge loan of $1,050,000 for the purchase of a fully occupied mixed use property on 4th Avenue,...

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WHO'S NEWS: Madison International Realty announces Dino Dell’Orto has joined its Equity Capital Markets division.
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WHO'S NEWS: Madison International Realty announces Dino Dell’Orto has joined its Equity Capital Markets division.

Savills announced today that it has added Peter Hennessy, an industry veteran with more than two decades of experience in tenant representation and...

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Building skills program helps trainees land 335 jobs
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Building skills program helps trainees land 335 jobs

The growing program is helping more and more minority underemployed workers. Building Skills New York (BSNY), a non-profit that connects...

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Ground broken for life sciences facility in Long Island City
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Ground broken for life sciences facility in Long Island City

Rendering of the new lab facility King Street Properties and GFP Real Estate have broken ground for Innolabs, a new state-of-the-art life sciences...

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Museum opens at historic property
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Museum opens at historic property

Fotografiska New York, the new destination for photography and culture in the Flatiron District, opened to the public last weekend. Located at 281...

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Super luxury apartment tower plan draws ire of  Greenwich Village historic preservationist
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Super luxury apartment tower plan draws ire of Greenwich Village historic preservationist

Developer Josh Zegen has told nervous Greenwich Village residents heʼs committed to making his newest development an asset to the neighborhood. ...

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Dattner to turn medical center into affordable housing complex
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Dattner to turn medical center into affordable housing complex

Kingsbrook Medical Center will be redeveloped as a 266-unit affordable housing complex Dattner Architects has been selected to design Kingsbrook...

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Mayor calls for design build legislation
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Mayor calls for design build legislation

Agency officials and members of the de Blasio Administration gathered at the Whitehall Terminal of the Staten Island Ferry to urge the Governor to...

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$19M Bronx co-op loan
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$19M Bronx co-op loan

Knighthead Funding LLC has provided a New York-based investor group with a $19.1 million senior loan to refinance a portfolio of 156 unsold co-op...

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$68M Greystone loan will protect affordable housing for seniors
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$68M Greystone loan will protect affordable housing for seniors

Greystone has provided a $68,500,000 Fannie Mae Delegated Underwriting and Servicing (DUS) loan to refinance a Section 8 seniors housing property....

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ON THE SCENE: Avison Young marketing long-term, triple-net ground lease
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ON THE SCENE: Avison Young marketing long-term, triple-net ground lease

AGENTS VINCENT CARREGA The Tri-State Investment Sales Group of Avison Young is marketing a long-term, triple-net ground lease opportunity at 403...

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421a Builder pays back wages to workers
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421a Builder pays back wages to workers

Attorney General Letitia James, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, and 32BJ SEIU President Kyle Bragg yesterday distributed more than $400...

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Itʼs summer camp all year at newest Hudson Yards kids store
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Itʼs summer camp all year at newest Hudson Yards kids store

A blossoming new childrens store has set up base camp at Hudson Yards. Calling itself a “family experience store” CAMP has opened a 6,000 s/f space...

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Rent overcharge cases surge
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Rent overcharge cases surge

Landlord attorneys say they’re responses to rent nonpayment claims By Sabina Mollot Half a year after the new laws limiting how landlords can raise...

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IT’SUGAR To Open World's First Candy Department Store
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IT’SUGAR To Open World's First Candy Department Store

IT’SUGAR, known for its over-the-top sweets, giant candy, and sugar creations, opened the world’s first candy department store at the American...

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How pop-up shopping transformed the retail sector in 2019
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How pop-up shopping transformed the retail sector in 2019

Research released by Cushman & Wakefield has dubbed 2019 the “year of the pop-up,” as scores of digitally native brands broke into bricks-and...

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Rent control clouds otherwise upbeat retail convention
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Rent control clouds otherwise upbeat retail convention

New York City’s retail sector is finding its footing after several years in flux, according to brokers at this years ICSC Deal Makers convention....

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Retailers do some soul searching during ICSC show
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Retailers do some soul searching during ICSC show

With the buzzword “experiential” still very much the undeniable trend in retail, planners at two major shopping hubs are advising others that the...

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Who’s News: Hires and promotions in residential
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Who’s News: Hires and promotions in residential

Dawne David-Pierre's elevation to Associate at RKTB Architects featured in list of new hires and promotions in the residential sector. Who’s News:...

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Fairstead continues to grow US apartment portfolio
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Fairstead continues to grow US apartment portfolio

Fairstead has launched an investment vehicle targeting affordable housing General Partner interests with the acquisition of the GP interests in a 1...

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Vanbarton nears full occupancy at renovated Penn Plaza office tower
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Vanbarton nears full occupancy at renovated Penn Plaza office tower

Education technology company Chegg has signed a deal that will bring 31 Penn Plaza to nearly full occupancy. Vanbarton Group announced that the...

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Two Trees unveils Brooklyn waterfront plan
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Two Trees unveils Brooklyn waterfront plan

Two Trees Management has unveiled plans for River Street, a mixed-use development anchored by a waterfront park in North Brooklyn. Designed by...

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REBNY mourns loss of Burton Resnick
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REBNY mourns loss of Burton Resnick

Throughout the Real Estate Board of New York’s long and storied history, we have been fortunate to work with and learn from the real estate...

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State goes after Chang after 50 hotel workers are fired en masse
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State goes after Chang after 50 hotel workers are fired en masse

Sam Chang and his McSam Hotel Group, which owns the Radisson Hotel New York Wall Street, is being investigated by the State Department of Labor...

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Industry leader Burt Resnick dead at 83
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Industry leader Burt Resnick dead at 83

Burt Resnick, one of the real estate industry’s great leaders died on Dec. 14 at the age of 83. Mr Resnick passed away peacefully at home in Rye,...

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New Development: Sixth Ave. building breaks ground, sales launch at UES 'House & Tower'
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New Development: Sixth Ave. building breaks ground, sales launch at UES 'House & Tower'

● Landsea Homes, DNA Development Sixth Ave. building breaks ground Landsea Homes, in partnership with DNA Development, have officially broken...

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Have you heard? Bernie leading fundraising by zip code, but Trump close behind
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Have you heard? Bernie leading fundraising by zip code, but Trump close behind

BERNIE SANDERS With the presidential candidate fundraising numbers for the third quarter now available, real estate website Renthop took a look at...

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In Jersey City, owners say amenities are more important than ever
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In Jersey City, owners say amenities are more important than ever

Jeremy Kaplan, Kushner Real Estate Group; Stephanie La Raja, Lyft; Jonathan Schwartz, BNE Real Estate Group; Mitch Bodner, Building & Land...

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ICSC New York Deal Making show draws 10,000
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ICSC New York Deal Making show draws 10,000

The International Council of Shopping Centers expects a final count of around 10,000 retail players who registered for this year’s New York Deal...

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Colliers cooks up a deal for personal grocery service
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Colliers cooks up a deal for personal grocery service

Colliers International represented personalized grocery service, Hungryroot in a lease for 10,000 s/f at 7 West 22nd Street in the Flatiron...

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