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  • From left: Hiten Samtani and Ziel Feldman

    From left: Hiten Samtani and Ziel Feldman

    In an interview during The Real Deal New Development Showcase & Forum, Ziel Feldman, founder and CEO of HFZ Capital Group, discussed his High Line megaproject, the concept of “affordable luxury” and the lack of opportunities on Billionaires’ Row. See the full video after the jump.

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  • Ziel Feldman, 20 West 40th Street and 40 West 40th Street

    Ziel Feldman, 20 West 40th Street and 40 West 40th Street

    Ziel Feldman’s HFZ Capital Group is facing a suit from the owners of the Bryant Park Hotel over plans to call its new hotel and residential project “the Bryant.” [more]

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  • From left: Ziel Feldman, Fifty Third and Eighth and the Stella Tower

    From left: Ziel Feldman, Fifty Third and Eighth and the Stella Tower

    Owning one of the hundreds of new units that have hit the markets in three new condo conversions in Hell’s Kitchen — all in the low 50s and between Eighth and Ninth avenues — could be easier than buying an apartment in one of the newly constructed towers in the neighborhood. [more]

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    Rendering of the Shore Club and Ziel Feldman

    From the South Florida website: The Shore Club in South Beach is about to undergo a major transformation, as New York-based HFZ Capital Group plans to turn the storied, oceanfront property into a five-star hotel and condominium. [more]

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  • Rendering for HFZ's project at the site of the former Bancroft Building in NoMad

    Rendering for HFZ’s project at the site of the former Bancroft Building in NoMad (Credit: FR-EE)

    A new look is available at what could become one of NoMad’s tallest towers. [more]

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  • From left: One Madison, Rockfeld's Steven Feldman and a rendering of the building

    From left: One Madison, Rockfeld’s Steven Feldman and a rendering of the building

    A family-run real estate firm is in contract to pay more than $20 million to purchase the 6,700-square-foot retail condo in the One Madison residential tower at the edge of Flatiron’s main shopping corridor, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • 11 Beach Street in Tribeca

    11 Beach Street in Tribeca

    UPDATED, 9:40 a.m., June 2: Renderings are now available for a 10-story building at 11 Beach Street, where construction is underway. [more]

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  • From left: Rendering of 505 West 19th Street and the current excavation site

    From left: Rendering of 505 West 19th Street and the current excavation site

    Excavation on HFZ Capital’s 505 West 19th Street is now finished, clearing the way for a pair of buildings that will one day straddle the High Line. [more]

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  • From left: 11 Beach Street and rendering

    From left: 11 Beach Street and rendering

    The teaser website is now live for HFZ Capital’s office-turned-condo in Tribeca, revealing a new rendering and pricing for the building’s 27 new homes. [more]

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    From left: 3-7 West 29th Street and 8-14 West 30th Street (Inset: Ziel Feldman)

    Developer Ziel Feldman’s HFZ Capital filed permits last week to tear down the first of three buildings in NoMad to make way for a proposed 350,000-square-foot mixed-use tower, according to Department of Buildings records. [more]

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  • Renderings of 505 West 19th Street

    Renderings of 505 West 19th Street

    New renderings and pricing details for HFZ Capital’s High Line buildings, designed by architect Thomas Juul-Hansen, have surfaced. [more]

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  • From left: Ziel Feldman and 344 West 72nd Street

    From left: Ziel Feldman and 344 West 72nd Street

    The Landmarks Preservation Commission bashed HFZ Capital Group’s controversial plan to top the landmarked Chatsworth Building with a two-floor penthouse addition in a Tuesday hearing.

    William Higgins of Higgins Quasebarth & Partners, a historic property preservation and rehabilitation consultancy, presented the developer’s proposal for 344 West 72nd Street, which drew critiques for a lack of handicapped-accessible passageways at the new entrances and for its “contextually inappropriate” design, as Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer wrote to Landmarks Chairman Robert Tierney. [more]

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  • Marquand penthouses to ask $43M and $46M

    October 02, 2013 03:45PM
    From left: 11 East 68th Street and the penthouse view

    From left: 11 East 68th Street and the penthouse view

    The Marquand’s two penthouses, one with six bedrooms and another with seven, are set to hit the market with $43 million and $46 million price tags, respectively. [more]

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    The Marquand, unit 10 East, 11 East 68th Street

    The priciest condominium at HFZ Capital’s the Marquand hit the market yesterday for $22 million. [more]

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  • Ziel Feldman and the Astor at 235 West 75th Street

    Ziel Feldman and the Astor at 235 West 75th Street

    Ziel Feldman’s HFZ Capital will pay $600 million for Westbrook Partners’ four-building, 750-apartment Manhattan rental portfolio, the Wall Street Journal reported. [more]

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  • Ziel Feldman and the Setai Wall Street

    Ziel Feldman and the Setai Wall Street

    The Setai Wall Street board is suing Zamir Equities, its principals and Ziel Feldman’s HFZ Capital for $5 million for what it contends are construction defects at the luxury condominium, the New York Post reported. [more]

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  • 303 East 51st Street and Colin Kaufman

    A New York state appeals court has upheld a lower court judge’s decision to unseal documents relating to multiple wrongful death settlements in a 2008 Turtle Bay crane collapse, The Real Deal has learned. The site is home to HFZ Capital Group’s Halcyon NY condominium development.

    The March 2008 crane accident at 303 East 51st Street, between First and Second avenues, killed seven people and damaged nearby buildings, including the site of restaurant Crave Foods and 305 East 50th Street, home of co-plaintiff Jean Squeri. The settlements that resulted from the wrongful death cases were originally sealed by Judge Carol Edmead after one of the trials, so that that previous judgments would not impact the ones pending.  [more]

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  • Rendering of the Marquand

    HFZ Capital is redeveloping the Marquand condominiums on the Upper East Side and will list the renovated units between $15 million and $40 million, Curbed reported. Douglas Elliman will handle sales, which are slated to kick off in May.

    Renovations to the 100-year-old building at 11 East 68th Street will take place on the exterior and interior, including fixes to the Beaux-Arts façade. Shelton, Mindel & Associates and Beyer Blinder Belle Architects are the architects of record. [more]

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  • HFZ’s Ziel Feldman and a Halcyon project rendering

    HFZ Capital Group’s condominium development in Turtle Bay, once the site of a deadly crane collapse, will be called Halcyon NY and will include a mix of one-bedrooms through four-bedrooms, priced at between $1.5 million and $5 million, Curbed reported.

    The building is set to reach 32 stories, with a total of 123 condos, as The Real Deal reported. In 2008, the crane accident killed seven people and damaged nearby buildings, effectively forcing out the original developer. [more]

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  • A rendering of the Zeckendorfs’ 50 United Nations Plaza

    Midtown East’s Turtle Bay neighborhood is undergoing a development renaissance, with several long-stalled projects recently taking off and a number of new projects in the pipeline, the Wall Street Journal reported.  [more]

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