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  • Inset: Richard Ohebshalom, and 111 Washington Street (Credit: Google)

    Pink Stone Capital’s long-awaited development at 111 Washington Street near the World Trade Center is in flux after the developer once again placed the property on the market – only eight months after filing plans for a 51-story residential tower. [more]

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  • 606 West 30th Street and Kevin Lalezarian

    606 West 30th Street and Kevin Lalezarian

    Residential developer Kevin Lalezarian paid an eye-popping $1,200 per-square-foot for a Hudson Yards development site on the High Line where — for at least the time being — he can’t build a single apartment. [more]

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  • Rendering of Hudson Yards public space (inset: Bob Knakal)

    Rendering of Hudson Yards public space (inset: Bob Knakal)

    Bob Knakal, chairman of New York Investment Sales at Cushman & Wakefield, is proposing a new bonus program that would allow Hudson Yards developers to purchase the right to build residential instead of commercial. [more]

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  • 10 East 34th Street in Midtown (inset: David Brause)

    10 East 34th Street in Midtown (inset: David Brause)

    UPDATED, 6:24 p.m., June 30: Brause Realty is placing its 10-story Midtown office building at 10 East 34th Street on the market. [more]

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  • Proposed renderings of the site (Bob Knakal, top, Kuafu chairman Zengliang Shan, bottom)

    Proposed renderings of the site at 143-161 East 60th Street (inset: Bob Knakal, top, Kuafu’s Zengliang Shan, bottom)

    Kuafu Properties is in contract to pay north of $300 million for six contiguous Upper East Side properties on a site that would accommodate a large residential development, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • From left: Bob Knakal and the former Subway Inn on East 60th Street

    From left: Bob Knakal and the former Subway Inn on East 60th Street

    Six low-rise buildings across the street from the iconic Bloomingdale’s flagship on the Upper East Side are on the market, and a buyer could build a supertall tower at the site.  [more]

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  • From left: Curtis Bashaw and Bob Knakal

    From left: Curtis Bashaw and Bob Knakal

    Commercial real estate firm Cape Advisors bought six Tribeca properties on West Broadway between Warren and Murray streets for a combined $50 million.

    The company is planning to build a 46,000-square-foot condominium at the location, according to Crain’s. Cape Advisors paid $1,000 per square foot. [more]

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  • Bob Knakal and 3 Bryant Park at 1095 Sixth Avenue

    Bob Knakal and 3 Bryant Park at 1095 Sixth Avenue

    Investment sales transactions in New York City hit a record $20.8 billion in the first quarter of 2015, Cushman & Wakefield said in its quarterly capital markets overview Tuesday. [more]

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  • Bjarke Ingels (Credit: Rich Bockmann) and a rendering of the Danish National Maritime Museum (Credit: Bjarke Ingels Group)

    Bjarke Ingels (Credit: Rich Bockmann) and a rendering of the Copenhagen power plant (Credit: Bjarke Ingels Group)

    Celebrated architect Bjarke Ingels lightheartedly threw a bit of cold water on the egos of developers the other evening as he explained that his design process often begins by going out and searching for problems to be solved. [more]

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  • From left: Aby Rosen, 85 Fifth Avenue and Jeff Sutton

    From left: Aby Rosen, 85 Fifth Avenue and Jeff Sutton

    Aby Rosen’s RFR Realty has closed on the sale of an $86 million retail space on lower Fifth Avenue to Jeff Sutton’s Wharton Properties. [more]

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  • 23-30 Borden Avenue in Long Island City (credit: Cushman & Wakefield)

    23-30 Borden Avenue in Long Island City (credit: Cushman & Wakefield)

    Online grocer FreshDirect is gearing up for its move to the South Bronx and has listed its current waterfront complex in Long Island City. [more]

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  • From left: 123 Washington Street and Joe Moinian

    From left: 123 Washington Street and Joseph Moinian

    UPDATED, 5:26 p.m., Feb. 24: A mixed-use Lower Manhattan tower with a checkered history is looking to sell four floors of residential units currently in use as extended-stay hotel apartments.

    The Moinian Group has put on the market a block of 32 units spanning a little over 19,000 square feet at the W Hotel & Residences, the mixed-use glassy tower at 123 Washington Street that chewed through at least four different sales teams before setting a condo price record for the Financial District. [more]

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  • From left: 3 Bryant Park, the Waldorf Astoria and the Crown Building

    From left: 3 Bryant Park, the Waldorf Astoria and the Crown Building

    The Manhattan commercial investment sales market had a rollicking 2014, with 5,197 properties trading hands, beating the previous record of 5,018 in 2007, according to a year-end report released today by Cushman & Wakefield. [more]

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    From left: Bob Knakal and the territories for a portion of Manhattan

    Bob Knakal broke down the strengths of Massey Knakal Realty Services’ trademark investment sales territory system – which The Real Deal first reported that Cushman & Wakefield will soon be adopting for New York investment sales — in a new column.

    Massey Knakal assigned brokers to specific neighborhoods, and each broker was paid a piece of the commission if another broker at the firm originated a deal there. Fine-tuning each territory’s size and configuring the commission-sharing scheme, he said, took “years to get right.”

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  • cush-knak

    From left: Bob Knakal and Edward Forst

    Bob Knakal, co-founder and chairman of Massey Knakal Realty Services, will now serve as chairman of New York City investment sales at Cushman & Wakefield following the brokerage’s acquisition of his firm.

    Knakal updated his Linkedin profile today to reflect his new position. Paul Massey, whose Linkedin page has not yet been changed, will oversee the New York City sales brokerage operations for Cushman, as previously reported. [more]

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  • 9-dekalb

    9 DeKalb Avenue in Downtown Brooklyn (inset: Jamie Dimon)

    JPMorgan Chase is putting the former Dime Savings Bank of New York in Downtown Brooklyn on the market for more than $100 million. [more]

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  • knakal-forst

    From left: Bob Knakal, Paul Massey and Edward Forst

    Cushman & Wakefield is close to acquiring investment sales brokerage Massey Knakal Realty Services for $100 million.  [more]

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  • From left: Jumaane Williams, the Albany State House and Bob Knakal

    From left: Jumaane Williams, the New York State Capitol and Bob Knakal

    As real estate industry bigwigs join average New Yorkers at the polls this morning to cast their votes on which party should take control of the state Senate, they’ll have rent regulation, tax abatements and pieds-à-terre in mind. [more]

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  • From left: Robert Knakal and Paul Massey

    From left: Robert Knakal and Paul Massey

    More than 10 firms are interested in acquiring a piece of Massey Knakal Realty Services. [more]

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  • Northwind buys 66 Pearl Street for $30M

    October 29, 2014 06:00PM
    66 Pearl Street and Ran Eliasaf

    66 Pearl Street in Financial District, and Ran Eliasaf

    UPDATED 5:30 p.m., October 31: Northwind Group, a Midtown East-based boutique real estate investment firm, bought 66 Pearl Street for $30.1 million, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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