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After 14 years, ‘temporary' sidewalk shed finally gone
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After 14 years, ‘temporary' sidewalk shed finally gone

Skip to main content Harlem eyesore was among oldest of 8,000 covering 300 city miles Fourteen years after going up, a sidewalk shed in Harlem has...

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New CEO enters the Brooklyn Chamber
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New CEO enters the Brooklyn Chamber

Skip to main content Hector Batista helped guide Brooklyn's rebirth in the 1980s. His issue now: growing pains The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce's...

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Biz group pitches Queens as next life-sciences hub
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Biz group pitches Queens as next life-sciences hub

Skip to main content Long Island City would be an ideal place for a life-sciences hub, but it hasn't attracted a critical mass of private companies...

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Pretium looks to make $5 billion on rental-home sales
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Pretium looks to make $5 billion on rental-home sales

Skip to main content Pretium looks to make $5 billion on rental-home sales The New York City-based company could sell as many as 20,000 properties...

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SL Green inks lease with WeWork
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SL Green inks lease with WeWork

Skip to main content Large developers have largely avoided doing business with the coworking firm SL Green has inked a 135,000-square-foot lease...

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Related Cos. sees future in senior housing
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Related Cos. sees future in senior housing

Skip to main content It plans to build $3 billion worth of luxury senior high-rises over the next five years Related Cos. has built luxury condos...

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Fighting Airbnb? Don’t litigate—innovate
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Fighting Airbnb? Don’t litigate—innovate

Skip to main content How New York’s hotels can beat the home-sharing app for good Did you hear that loud, collective sigh of relief? It might have...

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A bank by any other name would smell a lot sweeter
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A bank by any other name would smell a lot sweeter

Skip to main content A bank by any other name would smell a lot sweeter Why financial institutions re-brand like nobody's business Although they...

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Despite headwinds, Billionaires Row tower launches sales
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Despite headwinds, Billionaires Row tower launches sales

Skip to main content Extell Development Co. launched sales at its newest Billionaires Row tower today. The firm is hoping to rake in more than $4...

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Facing headwinds, Billionaires Row tower launches sales
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Facing headwinds, Billionaires Row tower launches sales

Skip to main content Extell Development Co. launched sales at its newest Billionaires Row tower today. The firm is hoping to rake in more than $4...

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Sotheby’s takes its antiques roadshow online with new business
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Sotheby’s takes its antiques roadshow online with new business

Skip to main content Sotheby’s takes its antiques roadshow online with new business Sotheby’s New York holds two general design sales a year. Those...

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NYC hotel prices poised to pick up as market absorbs capacity
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NYC hotel prices poised to pick up as market absorbs capacity

New York City’s hotel-building boom has led to an oversupply of rooms — and enticing deals for aggressive acquirers who believe prices have finally...

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Jared Kushner Paid No Federal Income Tax for Years, Documents Suggest
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Jared Kushner Paid No Federal Income Tax for Years, Documents Suggest

Jared Kushner, lowest step, probably avoided paying federal income taxes via his family’s real estate investments. Al Drago for The New York...

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Rising rates point to start of 'secular bear market' for bonds
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Rising rates point to start of 'secular bear market' for bonds

Skip to main content Rising rates point to start of 'secular bear market' for bonds Wall Street and homeowners haven't had to cope with steadily...

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The top Manhattan retail leases
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The top Manhattan retail leases

Opinion Powerful new incentive to invest in low-income city neighborhoods Public pensions help the whole city, not just retirees Stem cell research...

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Google pop-up store to open next week
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Google pop-up store to open next week

Skip to main content Tech giant leased SoHo retail space years ago but left it empty after a $6 million renovation After keeping the public...

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Tenants with sustainability concerns turn to buildings with smart lighting
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Tenants with sustainability concerns turn to buildings with smart lighting

Smart, energy-efficient lighting systems have grown in popularity among homeowners over the past several years. Commercial and industrial building...

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Smart lighting gains popularity among existing building stock
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Smart lighting gains popularity among existing building stock

Skip to main content Smart, energy-efficient lighting systems have grown in popularity among homeowners over the past several years. Commercial and...

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Q&A with Con Edison: How can we improve energy efficiency in multifamily buildings?
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Q&A with Con Edison: How can we improve energy efficiency in multifamily buildings?

Improving energy efficiency in multifamily properties can be beneficial to property owners, manager and tenants. Energy savings not only cut down...

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Q&A with Con Edison: improving energy efficiency in multifamily buildings
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Q&A with Con Edison: improving energy efficiency in multifamily buildings

Skip to main content Improving energy efficiency in multifamily properties can be beneficial to property owners, manager and tenants. Energy...

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Queens official calls for labor agreement for Willets Point project
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Queens official calls for labor agreement for Willets Point project

Skip to main content Queens official calls for labor agreement for Willets Point project Union labor mandate could rankle developers, who are...

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Despite record affordable housing production, the poorest New Yorkers still struggle to pay the rent
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Despite record affordable housing production, the poorest New Yorkers still struggle to pay the rent

Skip to main content Despite record affordable-housing production, the poorest New Yorkers struggle to pay the rent Citizens Budget Commission...

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Despite record affordable housing, poorest New Yorkers struggle to pay rent
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Despite record affordable housing, poorest New Yorkers struggle to pay rent

Skip to main content Despite record affordable housing, poorest New Yorkers struggle to pay rent Citizens Budget Commission touts federal funding...

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More affordable housing doing little to relieve city’s rent struggles: report
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More affordable housing doing little to relieve city’s rent struggles: report

Skip to main content Despite record affordable housing, poorest New Yorkers struggle to pay rent Citizens Budget Commission touts federal funding...

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CBS creates chief people officer job as it tries to set new tone
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CBS creates chief people officer job as it tries to set new tone

Skip to main content CBS creates chief people officer job as it tries to set new tone The officer will report to acting CEO Joe Ianniello CBS Corp....

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Prescriptions for Millions of Opioid Pills Lead to Charges Against 5 Doctors
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Prescriptions for Millions of Opioid Pills Lead to Charges Against 5 Doctors

It was not hard to tell when the doctor was in at the Staten Island office of Carl Anderson. Noisy crowds of people, some with visible signs of...

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How Crain's keynote is addressing population health from Chicago's South Side to NYC
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How Crain's keynote is addressing population health from Chicago's South Side to NYC

Skip to main content How Crain's keynote is addressing population health from Chicago's South Side to NYC Dr. Stacy Tessler Lindau, professor of...

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Labor leader claims 50 Hudson Yards is behind schedule
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Labor leader claims 50 Hudson Yards is behind schedule

Skip to main content LaBarbera says construction of a tower’s foundation is dragging on, but developer disputes that The head honcho of the city's...

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NoHo awaits a long-overdue rezoning
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NoHo awaits a long-overdue rezoning

Skip to main content SoHo’s less famous neighbor continues to draw investment and new development, despite archaic land-use rules It's a common...

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Real estate lards Cuomo's coffers as re-election looms
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Real estate lards Cuomo's coffers as re-election looms

Skip to main content REBNY and other heavyweights pay in as third term appears imminent Big Realty appears to be assuming New York will have...

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