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  • rebny

    From left: Timothy Melzer, Linda Guido, Reba Miller, Sharon Burroughs and Katie LoGatto on behalf of Shelley Lindauer at the REBNY Deal of the Year awards. (Credit: Gotham Photo Company)

    Manhattan’s top dealmakers descended on the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea last night for accolades, cocktails, and a tribute to local cinema complete with a Liza Minnelli impersonator belting “New York, New York.” Twas the night of the Real Estate Board of New York’s 26th annual residential Deal of the Year awards, and though the setting was glamorous — the event carried the theme of New York City’s depiction in film and TV — the top honors went to a deal that was anything but. Click here for a slideshow and story.

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  • The Warby Parker showroom at 1290 Lexington Avenue

    The Warby Parker showroom at 1209 Lexington Avenue

    Retailers that once solely depended on clicks to drive sales are increasingly building up bricks as a supplement to their online business. [more]

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  • Related buys stake in CORE

    October 23, 2014 03:35PM
    From left: Shaun Osher and Jeff Blau

    From left: Shaun Osher and Jeff Blau

    Related Companies, one of the city’s biggest landlords, is buying a stake in CORE, a boutique residential brokerage firm. [more]

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  • From left: Extell's Gary Barnett, One57 and Silas Chou

    From left: Extell’s Gary Barnett, One57 and Silas Chou

    Two big sales at Extell Development’s One57 hit public records today – totaling $79 million. [more]

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  • This is how Brooklyn got its cool

    October 22, 2014 06:00PM
    From left: Regina Myer, Marty Markowitz, MaryAnne Gilmartin, Andrew and Kathryn Wylde

    From left: Regina Myer, Marty Markowitz, MaryAnne Gilmartin, Andrew Kimball and Kathryn Wylde

    Sure, we all like Smorgasburg and the Brooklyn Flea and the Dumbo Waterfront. And we love fresh pressed juices and vegan donuts and lofts in Bushwick. But before all this coolness descended on the city’s most populous borough — not to mention soaring real estate prices that are giving Manhattan a run for its money — Brooklyn looked quite different. [more]

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  • From left: Andrew Azoulay, Jason Kidd, Paul Pierce

    From left: Andrew Azoulay, Jason Kidd and Paul Pierce

    Douglas Elliman scored a slam dunk this week when it lured a broker away from rival Town Residential who has more than $70 million in listings and a roster of clients that includes NBA stars Jason Kidd, Paul Pierce and Richard Jefferson. [more]

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  • 40-exchange

    From left: 40-42 Exchange Place in the Financial District, Lipa Lieberman and Jason Marin

    Brooklyn-based, family-run real estate firm Weiss Realty plans to put a 20-story office building at 40-42 Exchange Place in the Financial District on the market next week. Industry sources told The Real Deal the property is expected to sell for $140 million, based on neighborhood sales. [more]

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  • fizzle

    Clockwise from left: 21 East 61st Street #15A, 452 Greenwich Street, 20 West 53rd Street #45, and 20 West 53rd Street

    Luxury apartments don’t always sell like hotcakes.

    “Every broker in New York has had a listing that lingers and you don’t know why sometimes,” said Leonard Steinberg, president of Urban Compass, who said it takes time to find the right buyer. And of course, he said, “There’s good buzz and there’s bad buzz.” [more]

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  • Tracking NYC’s co-op sales records

    October 22, 2014 08:00AM
    From left: Leonard Blavatnik, buyer of a $80 million co-op; Nassef Sawiris, buyer of a $70 million co-op and the penthouse at 960 Fifth Avenue

    From left: Leonard Blavatnik, Nassef Sawiris and the $70 million penthouse at 960 Fifth Avenue

    Prices at the top of New York City’s co-op market are catching up to the stratospheric levels seen at some of the city’s swankiest new condo buildings, with record prices rising nearly 50 percent since 2012. [more]

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  • From left: Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw and Parker in front of 66 Perry Street

    From left: Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw and Parker in front of 66 Perry Street in the West Village

    Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw just can’t say goodbye to her sweet West Village brownstone. Her neighbors, however, wish she would. [more]

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  • From left: Gary Barnett (Credit: STUDIO SCRIVO), 251 Park Avenue South and Frank Ring

    From left: Gary Barnett (Credit: STUDIO SCRIVO), 251 Park Avenue South and Frank Ring

    Extell Development’s Gary Barnett, in his own words, on how he outmaneuvered rivals and hostile sellers to seize control of one of New York real estate’s most coveted prizes: the million-square-foot F.M. Ring Midtown South portfolio. Read the full story after the jump.

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  • From left: Leonard Blavatnik, 834 Fifth Avenue and Woody Johnson

    From left: Leonard Blavatnik, 834 Fifth Avenue and Woody Johnson

    Manhattan has a new record for most expensive co-op ever sold: $80 million. [more]

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  • From left: Bruce Ratner and the Barclays Center

    From left: Bruce Ratner and the Barclays Center

    Developer Bruce Ratner’s Forest City Ratner is selling a 55 percent stake in the Barclays Center. [more]

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  • magna

    From left: 60 West 36th Street, 231 East 43rd Street and Robert Indeglia

    Rhode Island-based hotel investment and management firm Magna Hospitality Group just sold two Midtown hotels for a total of $135.2 million, according to property records filed with the city today. [more]

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  • donaldtrump

    Donald Trump and the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City

    In the wake of the recent closure of Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, N.J., Donald Trump is speaking out against the four-casino project heading to upstate New York. [more]

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  • shamash

    From left: Nigel Shamash and a rendering of 30-02 Borden Avenue

    Investors in a far-flung corner of industrial Long Island City are looking for a way to transform a 300,000-square-foot development site into a property that will raise its neighbors’ values.

    Nigel Shamash, principal broker at the firm 5cre, is courting developers to see who can come up with the best use for a property in a gritty section of the neighborhood between Newtown Creek and the Long Island Expressway. [more]

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  • From left: Jamie Dimon, a rendering of Hudson Yards and Bill de Blasio

    From left: Jamie Dimon, a rendering of Hudson Yards and Bill de Blasio

    Mayor Bill de Blasio has flatly rejected JPMorgan Chase’s request for $1 billion in tax breaks to build its headquarters in New York. [more]

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  • 609-615 Second Avenue

    609-615 Second Avenue

    Developer Abraham Leser, a longtime player in Brooklyn’s insular real estate circles, scooped up four low-rise buildings in Murray Hill for $26.5 million. [more]

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  • From left: Barry Gosin, Grand Central Terminal's dining concourse

    From left: Barry Gosin, Grand Central Terminal’s dining concourse

    The Metropolitan Transportation Authority selected Newmark Grubb Knight Frank to handle leasing of the retail space at Grand Central Terminal. [more]

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  • A tiny NYC apartment

    A tiny NYC apartment

    As we all know, a million bucks in one city doesn’t necessarily equal a million bucks somewhere else. And New York City would fall into that “somewhere else” category. [more]

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