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  • 5 cheapest Manhattan sales of the week

    February 10, 2014 12:44PM

    7Topping the list of cheapest sales in Manhattan last week was a sponsor unit at 48 West 138th Street — marking the third consecutive week this address has ranked among the least expensive in the borough. [more]

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  • 5 cheapest Manhattan sales of the week

    February 03, 2014 02:55PM
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    From left: Karen Shenker and interiors of 100 West 141st Street in Central Harlem

    Karen Shenker of Corcoran sold the cheapest Manhattan pad this week, at the seller’s asking price of  $189,000 for a co-op at 100 West 141st Street in Central Harlem. [more]

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  • Warburg Realty acquires Rubicon Property

    January 29, 2014 02:22PM
    From left: Frederick Peters, 451 Columbus Avenue (Credit: PropertyShark) and Jason Haber

    From left: Frederick Peters, 451 Columbus Avenue (Credit: PropertyShark) and Jason Haber

    In its first acquisition of another real estate firm, Warburg Realty purchased Rubicon Property for an undisclosed amount, the companies announced in a release today. [more]

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  • How real estate celebrated 2013: PHOTOS

    December 24, 2013 02:00PM
    From left: Marley Frankel of Platinum Properties, Elise Levy of Guaranteed Rate, Stephanie Supancic, Nilu Amin, Dezireh Eyn, Stephanie Runow,  Teresa Stephenson, Julia Bryzgalina, Melanie Kohler and Courtney Younghourse of Platinum Properties

    From left: Marley Frankel of Platinum Properties, Elise Levy of Guaranteed Rate, Stephanie Supancic, Nilu Amin, Dezireh Eyn, Stephanie Runow, Teresa Stephenson, Julia Bryzgalina, Melanie Kohler and Courtney Younghourse of Platinum Properties

    year_in_reviewThe past year was largely marked by a recovery for residential real estate in New York City, as sales began to take off in the first part of the year — despite a persistent inventory shortage — and rents met, then exceeded, their pre-recession levels. When it came to brokerage holiday parties, many firms were also on the rebound from housing bust cutbacks, though not quite at pre-2008′s lavish levels. Click here to see the photos.

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  • From left: G4′s Robyn Sorid, Louis Silverman and Jason Behfarin and a condo at 48 West 138th Street

    From left: G4′s Robyn Sorid, Louis Silverman and Jason Behfarin and a condo at 48 West 138th Street

    G4 Development Group’s Saint Anne’s Court, a mini-condominium conversion in Harlem, is over 50 percent sold. The six-story, 88-unit project located at 48-54 West 138th Street is being marketed by Bohemia Realty Group and Rubicon Property and is aimed at first-time homebuyers, as The Real Deal first reported. [more]

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  • doma-edith-taub

    From left: Edith Windsor, U.S. Supreme Court and Malcolm Taub

    The U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling yesterday to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act will have a substantial impact on the lives of same-sex married couples nationwide, granting them some 1,000 new federal rights and benefits. In the world of New York City real estate, the decision will impact the process of selling a home, estate planning and tax exemptions for those couples. [more]

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  • Frank Sinatra and 530 East 72nd Street

    Updated, 11:41 a.m., May 16: Start spreading the news — Frank Sinatra’s former Upper East Side penthouse has found a buyer, the New York Post reported.

    The 3,200-square-foot, four-bedroom, four-plus-bathroom co-op is located at 530 East 72nd Street, and an offer from the daughter of a Chinese technology magnate has been accepted, sources told the Post, though the apartment is not yet in contract. It was last listed for $5.5 million with Rubicon Property’s Jason Haber, after dropping down from its original $7.7 million ask. [more]

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  • The Dakota in the Upper West Side (Source: StreetEasy)

    Mired in an economic crisis, Portugal is selling off its assets, including an eight-room co-op at the Dakota at 1 West 72nd Street that the country has owned for 40-plus years, according to the New York Post. [more]

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  • Ground Up screenshot

    The founders of residential brokerage Rubicon Property have launched a related technology company called Rubicon Media, which will build mobile applications and other software targeted at the real estate industry, the firm’s CEO, Jason Haber, told The Real Deal on Friday.

    Rubicon Media’s first product, called Ground Up, debuted today. The application is a digital sign-in sheet designed for on-site sales offices at new developments. The information collected from the application feeds into a content management system, allowing developers to track visitors and suss out trends in foot traffic. [more]

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