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  • From left: Miki Naftali and The Bergen in Boerum Hill

    From left: Miki Naftali and The Bergen in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

    Miki Naftali’s Naftali Group sold the Bergen, an 84-unit luxury rental development in Boerum Hill, for $52.2 million. [more]

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    Miki Naftali (credit: STUDIO SCRIVO) and 245 West 25th Street rental unit

    Leasing has kicked off at Miki Naftali’s the Arthur, a high-end prewar rental property located at 245 West 25th Street in Chelsea. [more]

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    From left: Miki Naftali (credit: SCRIVO), 219-223 West 77th Street, David West, L. Stephen Hill and Alan Goldstein

    Miki Naftali’s the Naftali Group filed plans yesterday to construct an 18-story condominium building on the site of an Upper West Side parking garage. [more]

  • 234 East 23rd Street

    234 East 23rd Street

    The Naftali Group’s 20-story project at 234 East 23rd Street in Gramercy has sold 75 percent of its 57 units. And now, the development’s sole penthouse has hit the market asking $5.975 million. [more]

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    Miki Naftali and 210 West 77th Street

    Even though the Naftali Group’s new development on the Upper West Side has not yet been built, four units are already up for sale. [more]

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    210 West 77th Street

    The first rendering of the Naftali Group’s Upper West Side condo project at 210 West 77th Street is out. [more]

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    From left: Miki Naftali, 219-223 West 77th Street and David Berley

    The Naftali Group filed plans with the Department of Buildings today to demolish a five-story parking garage on the Upper West Side and is expected to build residential condominiums on the site, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • 234 East 23rd Street

    234 East 23rd Street

    The Naftali Group’s Gramercy condo project the Seymour and Ian Schrager’s 357 West Street are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of mind-blowing renderings in the past week or so. Click here for a slideshow and more.

  • From left: Woody Heller and Will Silverman of Savills Studley and 316 Bergen Street

    From left: Woody Heller and Will Silverman of Savills Studley and 316 Bergen Street

    The Naftali Group’s luxury rental the Bergen, located at 316 Bergen Street in Boerum Hill, is up for sale. [more]

  • Real estate’s rising stars

    March 06, 2014 10:30AM
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    From left: Melissa DiBella, Nick Romito, Drew Popkin and Jason Meister

    From the March issue: It takes time to earn your chops in New York real estate. The learning curve is steep, and the market demands both skills and connections. Most of the industry’s household names, on both the residential and commercial side — with the exception of real estate scions like Jared Kushner, Justin Elghanayan and a handful of others — are at least well into their 40s. But there are always ambitious young guns rising to the top of the industry. [more]

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  • NYC developers ramp up dorm projects

    January 02, 2014 11:02AM

    Renderings of 180 Broadway and 33 Beekman Street

    Several developers are handling purchasing, leasing and construction of dormitory buildings in the city, a job usually done by the postsecondary schools themselves.

    Dormitories fit more tenants in a given space than apartments – and universities can save money by outsourcing the job of developing the facilities. But developers have also been criticized for constructing dorms as a tactic to circumvent zoning rules and build double the size of a typical apartment complex.  [more]

  • Renderings of a penthouse interior at 182 West 82nd Street

    Renderings of a penthouse interior at 182 West 82nd Street

    The Naftali Group’s condominiums at 182 West 82nd Street are over 50 percent sold a month after hitting the market, The Real Deal has learned exclusively. [more]

  • Renderings of the exterior and penthouse at 182 West 82nd Street

    Renderings of the exterior and penthouse apartment at 182 West 82nd Street

    The Naftali Group kicked off sales at 182 West 82nd Street, a conversion of a 1900′s-era historic building. [more]

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  • Town’s Van Damm lands at Naftali Group

    October 03, 2013 02:06PM
    Matt Van Damm and Miki Naftali

    Matt Van Damm and Miki Naftali

    Town Residential executive Matthew Van Damm has scored a job with developer the Naftali Group, roughly a week after confirming he would take an “indefinite leave” from the residential brokerage.

    Van Damm joined Miki Naftali’s firm as an executive vice president, the company told The Real Deal exclusively. In the new role, he’ll help the Naftali Group expand and diversify its real estate portfolio, which has grown in recent months to include properties in Chelsea, Gramercy and the Upper West Side. [more]

  • Landmark Park Slope at 267 Sixth Street, Brooklyn

    Landmark Park Slope at 267 Sixth Street, Brooklyn

    Landmark Park Slope, the Naftali Group’s new Brooklyn luxury rental tower designed by Karl Fischer, is already half leased and residents are moving in, The Real Deal has learned exclusively. [more]

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    Miki Naftali

    Updated, 10:13 a.m., August 19: Miki Naftali has paid $20.1 million for four buildings on West 25th Street, where he will build a 12-story condominium tower, the Wall Street Journal reported.

    The two new parcels acquired in the deal, when combined with a site on the same street that Naftali purchased late last year for $37 million, will let Naftali build 61 units ranging from one to three bedrooms, some of which will be rentals. The architect will be Alan Goldstein from Goldstein, Hill & West Architects, whose other projects include 56 Leonard Street, a spokesperson for Naftali Group told The Real Deal exclusively. Stribling Marketing Associates will handle sales at the building, the spokesperson added. [more]

  • Miki Naftali and 206-210 West 77th Street

    Miki Naftali and 206-210 West 77th Street

    The Naftali Group is already getting calls from potential buyers interested in his Upper West Side condominium project, the New York Observer reported. The only snag? The developer only recently closed on the site at 206-210 West 77th Street, which is currently home to a parking garage.

    Naftali paid $55.5 million for the property, which is nestled between two historic districts, allowing the firm to build without the restrictions that apply to much of the neighborhood, the company said in a release issued today. [more]

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    Miki Naftali and 234-236 East 23rd Street

    The Naftali Group paid just over $23.13 million for a Gramercy site that it plans to develop into a 20-story condo tower, the New York Post reported.

    Stribling Marketing Associates will be in charge of sales and marketing, and architecture firm Goldstein Hill and West was tapped to design the building, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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    Landmark Park Slope

    The white-glove buildings of Manhattan have formally arrived in Park Slope.

    Naftali Group has revealed prices for the Landmark Park Slope, a rental building at 267 Sixth Street, in the neighborhood of the same name, DNAinfo reported. The Karl Fischer-designed tower, on the corner of Fourth Avenue, comes complete with “hotel style amenities,” including a concierge tasked with making dinner reservations and procuring concert tickets, the publication said. [more]

  • Miki Naftali

    The Naftali Group has sued landlord Jack Benishai over an alleged breach of a letter of intent to sell two Upper West Side residential rental properties, according to records filed with the state Supreme Court. A request for further judicial intervention and a claim for compensatory damages of $2.12 million was made Tuesday, about two months after the initial lawsuit was filed. The suit alleges that in April 2012, Naftali Group and Benishai executed a letter of intent for Benishai to sell a 50 percent stake in 250 West 76th Street — a four-story, 4,868-square-foot building and 252 West 76th — a 11-story, 50,600-square foot building for $12.5 million to the Naftali Group. The letter further established an “exclusivity period,” in which Benishai would refrain from negotiating with third parties to sell any interest in the buildings. The Naftali Group paid a $20,000 deposit for this exclusivity. … [more]


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