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    36 East 57th Street, Jane Goldman and Sol Goldman

    Solil Management, the company that controls the assets of late real estate mogul Sol Goldman, has unloaded a five-story Midtown East commercial property with 37,000 buildable square feet for $65.3 million, according to property records filed with the city today. [more]

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  • From left: 500 East 14th Street, RKF rendering

    From left: 500 East 14th Street and RKF rendering

    Extell Development is tearing down a sizable chunk of an East Village block to make way for a new retail and residential development. [more]

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  • From left: Liquiteria, Gray's Papaya

    From left: Liquiteria, Gray’s Papaya

    Juice bar Liquiteria will take over the corner, at Eighth Street and Sixth Avenue in Greenwich Village, that legendary hot dog purveyor Gray’s Papaya is vacating because of a rent hike. [more]

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  • From left: Jane Goldman, 1185 Sixth Avenue and a painting of Sol Goldman

    From left: Jane Goldman, 1185 Sixth Avenue and a painting of Sol Goldman

    Solil Management, the company that manages the assets of the late real estate mogul Sol Goldman, has subleased about 27,500 square feet — the entire 10th floor — of SL Green Realty’s 1185 Sixth Avenue. Solil will sublet the space from oil company Hess for 14 years. Solil will move out of its longtime offices at 640 Fifth Avenue. [more]

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  • From left: Jane Goldman and a portrait of her father, Sol Goldman

    From the April issue: Solil Management, the company that manages the assets of late real estate mogul Sol Goldman, has been sitting for decades on a huge but largely static portfolio of New York City properties. But a new day is dawning for the company, which has become more active in recent years as economic conditions have improved. [more]

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  • From left: 145 East 16th Street, 155 East 31st Street and 17 Stuyvesant Street (credit: PropertyShark)

    Three young Manhattanites have launched a proposed class action on behalf of all New York State tenants who paid rent in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy — when many apartment dwellers were left without electricity, heat, hot water and elevator service — and are allegedly owed refunds. Though the suit ultimately seeks to hold hundreds of landlords and property management companies accountable, the initial defendants are the Milstein family’s Ogden Cap Properties, the estate of Sol Goldman and the owner of an East Village property. [more]

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