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  • 164

    West 164th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue in Washington Heights (inset: Marcia Yawitz)

    In a move to scale back its real estate business, the Iskander family and partners are looking to sell a nine-building Washington Heights multifamily portfolio for $185 million. [more]

  • From left: Gabriel Saffioti, an aerial shot of 103-119 North 3rd Street and Nicole Rabinowitsch

    From left: Gabriel Saffioti, an aerial shot of 103-119 North 3rd Street in Williamsburg and Nicole Rabinowitsch

    Eastern Consolidated is suing Joel Schreiber’s Waterbridge Capital, claiming its agents are owed commission over the purchase of an assemblage of properties at 103 North 3rd Street in Williamsburg. The lawsuit adds yet another twist to the already lengthy saga of the Radegast Beer Hall site. [more]

  • 40 Exchange

    From left: Ran Eliasaf, 40 Exchange Place, Lipa Lieberman and Jason Marin

    UPDATED, 1:29 p.m., Nov. 13: Ran Eliasaf’s Northwind Group, in partnership with Newmark Holdings, is in contract to buy a 20-story office building at 40-42 Exchange Place in the Financial District for $115 million, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • 138r3298

    131-01 39th Avenue in Flushing

    An affiliate of Triple East Construction acquired the site of a former Asian grocery store in Flushing for more than $90 million, and has plans to build a 632,000-square-foot mixed-use development.

    The Queens-based developer, Triple Star Realty LLC, bought the 100,000-square-foot property, at 131-01 39th Avenue in Flushing, from an affiliate of New York development firm King’s USA Group. Plans call for a mixed-use waterfront complex featuring a 360 residential condos, a 200-room hotel, a supermarket and other retail space. [more]

  • 5 East 59th Street in Midtown (inset: Jérôme Simon Benayoun)

    5 East 59th Street in Midtown (inset: Jérôme Simon Benayoun)

    Eastern Consolidated won a judgment Monday in a lawsuit seeking a commission on the sale of the former Playboy Club building at 5 East 59th Street. [more]

  • Adam America LIC

    From left: Adam America’s Omri Sachs and Dvir Cohen Hoshen, aerial view of 22-12 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City and Ron Solarz

    Adam America Real Estate, one of the most active developers in Brooklyn, is planning its first Queens project – an 11-story condominium building across the street from MoMA PS1 in Long Island City. [more]

  • Gabriel Saffiotti and Nicole Rabinowitsch (inset) and 296 Wythe Avenue (Credit: Google)

    Gabriel Saffiotti and Nicole Rabinowitsch (inset) and 296 Wythe Avenue (Credit: Google)

    Brooklyn investors Joseph Brunner and Abe Mandel are in contract to buy a Williamsburg development site on Wythe Avenue for nearly $700 per buildable square foot, The Real Deal has learned. The deal is set to be one of the priciest-ever development parcel transactions in the neighborhood. [more]

  • Todd Korren and Gail Mitchell Donovan

    Todd Korren and Gail Mitchell Donovan

    From the June issue: EVO Real Estate group named Todd Korren principal and chief operating officer, Gail Mitchell Donovan joined Eastern Consolidated as new chief marketing officer and more in this month’s movers and shakers.

    Gail Mitchell Donovan joined Eastern Consolidated as new chief marketing officer. Donovan was part of the founding team at Ariel Property Advisors, where she managed the communications department. [more]

  • Dior

    133-135 and 137 Greene Street in Soho (inset: Kevin Chisholm and Oded Halahmy)

    Kevin Chisholm’s 60 Guilders LLC is in contract to acquire a Soho retail co-op occupied by Dior Homme for $41 million, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • Robert Khodadadian

    Robert Khodadadian

    UPDATED, 5:51 p.m., June 23: In brokerage, reputation is everything. It’s not unusual for dealmakers to speak only in well-rehearsed sound bites and ferociously guard themselves against negative publicity.

    But in an incident involving Skyline Properties’ Robert Khodadadian, the effort to guard against bad press has taken a dramatic — and potentially illegal — turn. [more]

  • 437-439 West 16th Street

    437-439 West 16th Street (inset: Elie Dayan and David Schechtman)

    A five-story Meatpacking District commercial building largely triple-net-leased to Restoration Hardware traded hands between two Manhattan families for $44.4 million, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • 640-644 Tenth Avenue (inset: David Sjchechtman, top, and Michael Wahba, bottom)

    640-644 10th Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen (inset: David Schechtman, top, and Michael Wahba, bottom)

    SPI Holdings, a San Francisco-based investment firm, is breaking into Hell’s Kitchen with the $21 million purchase of a five-story apartment building, The Real Deal has learned.  [more]

  • TownePlace

    From left: Design concept rendering of TownePlace Suites in Gowanus and now-demolished building at 561-567 President Street (inset: Gabriel Saffioti)

    Raj Bhagia’s RJ Hospitality is asking $37 million for the city’s first TownePlace Suites, which it is developing in Gowanus, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • Jardim NYC

    Renderings of the Jardim at 525-531 West 27th Street (credit: Isay Weinfeld) (inset: Harlan Berger and Adam Hakim)

    Centaur Properties and Greyscale Development Group nabbed $115 million in financing for the Jardim, a two-building condominium project next to the High Line, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • From left: Joseph Sitt (inset), the Row NYC Hotel at 700 Eighth Avenue, David Schechtman (inset) and Lipa Lieberman (inset)

    From left: The Row NYC Hotel at 700 Eighth Avenue (inset: Joseph Sitt, David Schechtman and Lipa Lieberman)

    Thor Equities’ retail condominium unit at the Row NYC Hotel in Midtown is on the market. [more]

  • Meridian-Capital-RE

    From left: Ralph Herzka, Bob Knakal, J.D. Parker and Stephen Shapiro

    Eat. Sleep. Close. Repeat.

    Meridian Capital Group’s mantra, apt for what sources say is one of the most intense companies a broker can work in, has served it well in the mortgage business. But could Meridian bring the same pizzazz to the investment sales space? [more]

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  • Meridian Capital

    From left: Ralph Herzka, David Schechtman, Lipa Lieberman and a Meridian T-shirt (credit: Ross Fox)

    UPDATED, 4:38 p.m., April 21: Meridian Capital Group, one of the city’s top large-loan brokerages, is expected to announce plans today to launch Meridian Investment Sales, a new division of the firm specializing in brokering building sales, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • 61-71 Wythe Ave

    David Schechtman and 61-71 Wythe Avenue

    The Williamsburg building that houses Brooklyn Bowl and Brooklyn Brewery is up for sale. [more]

  • The East Houston Hotel

    East Houston Hotel

    A 42-key hotel on the Lower East Side is facing a lawsuit for defaulting on more than $2.5 million in loan payments. [more]

  • 71-13 60th Lane Ridgewood NY

    71-13 60th Lane in Ridgewood and Lipa Lieberman

    The Ilibassi family’s Viking Management just bought a five-story rental building in Ridgewood from Charles Dayan’s Bonjour Capital for $21 million.

    Bonjour owned the 45,800-square-foot former knitting mill at 71-13 60th Lane since 2012, the same year that leasing launched for the 50 apartments there. Eastern Consolidated’s Lipa Lieberman, who represented both sides, declined to comment. [more]