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  • Broadway Triangle

    Broadway Triangle

    Simon Dushinsky’s Rabsky Group is proposing a housing and retail complex on a plot where three diverse neighborhoods — Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bushwick and Williamsburg —converge.

    The real estate firm is seeking permission from the city to build a series of 10-story towers with a total of 777 apartments on property straddling Wallabout Street between Union and Harrison streets. [more]

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  • radioshack-24On February 5, RadioShack filed for bankruptcy. As part of its bankruptcy proceedings, the company is going to close a number of its stores, while others will survive as part of an agreement with Sprint to create a “store within a store.”

    In court documents posted by RadioShack, the company and its creditors detailed plans for which RadioShack stores will close and when. [more]

  • 2015 Data Book

    2015 Data Book

    Developers, brokers, landlords and other property professionals with a finger on the pulse of New York City real estate know a lot happened in the past year — and that the city’s first $100M apartment closing at One57 wasn’t the only transaction to recently make waves.

    As 2015 revs up to become yet another marquee year for real estate, The Real Deal celebrates the 10th anniversary of our annual Data Book — the single most comprehensive guide to the market.

    In addition to annual rankings and stats, this year’s Data Book looks at Brooklyn’s biggest brokerage firms and priciest deals, the top new development marketing firms in New York, the city’s most active developers and much more on the residential side. And on the commercial front, we include rankings for the top commercial mortgage lenders, the biggest buyers of retail space and the most valuable retail sites in the city.

    The 10th anniversary edition of the Data Book will be included in the February issue of the The Real Deal, and will also be available for digital download. Click here to subscribe, and keep an eye out for when the magazine goes live next week.

  • Rebecca Minkoff’s new flagship in Soho

    Rebecca Minkoff’s new flagship in Soho

    From Luxury Listings NYC: In November, American fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff opened her flagship store at 96 Greene Street. As expected, the boutique was filled with contemporary, flirty dresses and colorful leather bags. But, notably, the store also offers a unique shopping experience that’s enriched by a futuristic twist. [more]

  • Prime Brooklyn's top retail leases (see below for the full chart)

    Prime Brooklyn’s top retail leases (see below for the full chart)

    Grocer Whole Foods, discount clothing store Marshalls and craft retailer Michaels inked the largest leases in the Brooklyn neighborhoods closest to Manhattan last year, a review by The Real Deal found. [more]

  • Ralph Lauren launches its first NYC eatery

    December 14, 2014 09:00AM
    The Polo Bar

    The Polo Bar

    From Luxury Listings NYC: Ralph Lauren’s first New York restaurant is about to debut at 1 East 55th Street and Fifth Avenue, just a few steps away from the Midtown flagship store, which opened in September. [more]

  • Tis the season for pop-up shops

    December 13, 2014 12:00PM
    A pop-up shop

    A pop-up shop

    From Luxury Listings NYC: The holiday shopping season is in full swing, and high-end retailers the world over are looking to cash-in with New York City pop-up shops. [more]

  • Front-ICSC

    Clockwise from top left: Bradley Mendelson, Isaac Chera, Simon Ziff, Javits Center floor and David Green

    The Real Deal hit the floor today on the first day of the International Council of Shopping Center’s annual New York National Deal Making convention. Check out some of the key moments and players after the jump.

  • Hamleys


    FAO Schwarz could soon face some Holiday competition. Hamleys, the world’s oldest toy store, has announced that it is currently searching for U.S. locations in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. [more]

  • Food Emporium

    Food Emporium

    The Food Emporium supermarket chain is planning to significantly downsize. [more]

  • Sulentic-Alterman-Bell-RKF

    From left: Bob Sulentic, Gary Alterman, Karen Bellantoni and Robert Futterman

    The global commercial brokerage CBRE is in advanced discussions to acquire RKF, a Midtown-based retail brokerage that is consistently ranked by The Real Deal as one of the city’s most active, several sources said. [more]

  • 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]

  • saks34thstreet1920s

    1293 Broadway in Herald Square

    Renovation on a retail building at Sixth Avenue and 34th Street has revealed an elegant limestone building long hidden by blue mirrored glass. [more]

  • juniors-two-boots-grand-central

    Junior’s and Two Boots at Grand Central

    The kitchen timer may be ticking for two popular eateries on Grand Central Terminal’s lower concourse. [more]

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  • Chehebars-13th-new-old

    From left: Ike and Elliott Chehebar, rendering for 4502-08 13th Avenue and 4402 13th Avenue (Photo: Google)

    The Brooklyn-based real estate firm headed by Moshe Piller — and known more for its residential holdings — paid $35.5 million for five retail properties in Borough Park from the Chehebar family’s Jackson Group. [more]

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  • Retail at Chelsea Market

    Retail at Chelsea Market

    When looking for retail tenants, New York City’s landlords are increasingly thinking out of the box.

    Rather than the usual national chains, they’re looking for “a quirkier, less predictable mix of retail tenants, one that can bring more energy,” according to Crain’s. This trend comes as big landlords have millions of square feet of retail space available. [more]

  • Dr. Abdul Awan and his tiny space in Greenwich Village. (Credit: Helayne Seidman)

    Dr. Abdul Awan and his tiny space in Greenwich Village. (Credit: Helayne Seidman)

    For the past 20 years, a merchant named Bala has run a business in a triangular space in Greenwich Village barely bigger than a bed sheet. At 25 square feet, it’s the smallest occupied private lot in New York, according to the New York Post. [more]

  • Holliday-719

    SL Green Realty CEO Marc Holliday (Photo: Steve Friedman) and 719 Seventh Avenue (Photo: Google)

    A small firm that leases the entire Times Square building that powerhouse real estate investment trust SL Green Realty purchased in July for $41.1 million, is refusing to take orders from its new landlord. [more]

  • Chelsea


    From Luxury Listings NYC: It wasn’t too long ago that Chelsea was a slightly grungy neighborhood on the fringes of the city. But not anymore. As high-priced residential projects like 505 West 19th Street — where a one-bedroom is listed for $2.1 million — continue to mushroom, especially around the uber-popular High Line, old-time retailers are shuttering their stores, falling victim to the area’s changing demographics. [more]

  • From left: David Ruddick and Fulton Transit Center

    From left: David Ruddick and Fulton Transit Center

    Real estate professionals stressed the need for merchants to integrate digital strategies and on-the-ground operations at a meeting on the future of New York retail on Wednesday. [more]

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