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StreetEasy is a searchable online database of residential properties listings and recorded sales in New York City. Users can search rentals, co-ops, condos and houses through parameters such as price, neighborhood and desired commute time. StreetEasy was founded in 2006 by Internet entrepreneur Michael Smith, and acquired by real estate search engine Zillow in August 2013 for $50 million. Zillow relaunched Streeteasy in early 2014 with a new design and no fees for premium services. By early 2014, most of the senior staff at StreetEasy before the sale had left. Tech developer Susan Daimler replaced Smith as the head of StreetEasy, with the title of general manager of Zillow New York. -TA
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02/02/16
You knew the rent was too damn high, but what you didn’t know is that it only takes 10 developments to net landlords over half a...
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02/01/16
Madison Realty Capital is in contract to buy Saxon Hall, a 420-unit rental building in Queens’ Rego Park neighborhood, for about $135 million, sources told...
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01/29/16
Manhattan and Brooklyn residential prices reached record highs in 2015, but buyers and sellers can expect lower price growth this year, according to new projections...
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01/28/16
UPDATED: Jan. 28, 9:05 a.m.: The U.S. Treasury’s decision to track all-cash property purchases made through shell companies sent a shiver through the spine of...
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01/25/16
Is it Midwood’s time to shine? The South Brooklyn neighborhood, bordered by Sheepshead Bay and Flatbush and known as something of a suburban enclave, is...
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01/23/16
It may sound barking mad, but apparently people are buying multi-million dollar apartments and picking up high-priced rentals based on their pet dogs, which they...
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01/14/16
Did you know four of the five largest buildings in Manhattan developed with the 421a tax abatement are on the West Side? Or that Silverstein Properties...
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01/14/16
In an attempt to pinpoint the source of funds pouring into New York real estate, the U.S. Treasury said Wednesday it would start tracking luxury...
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01/12/16
From the January issue: Condominium-plan submissions to the New York State Attorney General are the highest they’ve been since 2007, according to a TRD analysis of...
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01/11/16
From the January issue: Anyone who has banked online, shopped on Amazon or shared digital photos recently can understand why real estate firms are clamoring...
Market Reports
12/30/15
According to the latest batch of market reports, New York City multifamily sales dipped under $1 billion and Manhattan rents are up 8 percent over...
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12/30/15
When Isaac Bowman got a concierge job at a Queens apartment building last year, he hoped it would be his ticket out of a homeless...
12/28/15
Last week, The Real Deal compiled a list of the 10 most expensive residential sales of the year, based on data from StreetEasy and the city’s Department...
CityRealty
12/23/15
According to the latest batch of market reports, office asking rents are rising, Queens will be the borough to watch out for in 2016 and Manhattan’s...
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12/23/15
If one had to give 2015 a moniker, “The Year of the $100 Million Apartment” might be most apt. At least four new projects announced...
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12/18/15
From left: Shelley O'Keefe, 505 West 19th Street in Chelsea and Michael Johnson Shelley O'Keefe and Michael Johnson of Corcoran Sunshine topped the list with...
12/16/15
Current reader favorites: 1. Raphael Toledano, Esq.?: Investor may be tied to fake law firm 2. New York Wheel developers say it could be more...
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12/15/15
As 2015 draws to a close, listings portal StreetEasy pulled out its crystal ball to predict what New York City’s housing market will look like...
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12/11/15
Two is better than one, especially if you have an extra $11 million to throw down. Tags: Daniel and Bonnie Tisch, Loews Corporation ...
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12/10/15
Rhodium Capital Advisors snapped up a portfolio of six Upper Manhattan buildings for $34.1 million. Tags: GFI Realty, Rhodium Capital Advisors ...
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12/08/15
Don’t expect a fire sale, but price drops may loom for Toll Brothers’ luxury condominium projects at 400 Park Avenue South and 1110 Park Avenue....
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12/08/15
Condo owners at one of downtown’s most high-profile luxury buildings say the property is not all it was cracked up to be. The condominium association...
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12/04/15
From left: Madeline Hult Elghanayan and 150 Charles Street in the West Village Madeline Hult Elghanayan, Raphael De Niro, Darren Sukenik and Peter Zaitzeff of...
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12/03/15
Sharif El-Gamal’s luxury condominium tower at 45 Park Place received approval from the New York Attorney General’s office, paving the way for the developer to launch sales...
Market Reports
12/02/15
The latest batch of reports found that home sales are surging in Northern Manhattan and East Brooklyn, and more than 5,000 new residential units are in...
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Susan Daimler is the general manager of online property listings database StreetEasy. She...

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02/02/16
You knew the rent was too damn high, but what you didn’t know is that it only takes 10 developments to net landlords over half a...
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01/14/16
Did you know four of the five largest buildings in Manhattan developed with the 421a tax abatement are on the West Side? Or that Silverstein Properties...
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01/12/16
From the January issue: Condominium-plan submissions to the New York State Attorney General are the highest they’ve been since 2007, according to a TRD analysis of...
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Anyone who has banked online, shopped on Amazon or shared digital photos recently can understand why real estate firms are clamoring for new technology. It’s...
CityRealty
12/23/15
According to the latest batch of market reports, office asking rents are rising, Queens will be the borough to watch out for in 2016 and Manhattan’s...
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12/23/15
If one had to give 2015 a moniker, “The Year of the $100 Million Apartment” might be most apt. At least four new projects announced...
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It’s increasingly difficult to say anything about the Brooklyn real estate market without getting very trite, very fast. Industry players still use terms like ...
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10/14/15
UPDATED: 9:00 p.m., Oct. 14: Airbnb and other short-term rental services straddle a fine line between the so-called ‘sharing economy,’ characterized by collaborative peer relationships,...
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10/07/15
From left: Greenwich Lane in the West Village, 56 Leonard Street in Tribeca, 432 Park Avenue in Midtown (Credit: DBOX) With dozens of luxury condo...
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Take a good look at the Brooklyn skyline, because what you see won’t be there for long. Fueled by a frothy economy and unrelenting demand,...
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07/15/15
Manhattan’s 10 highest-grossing high-rise condominiums racked up total sales of more than $2.7 billion over the past year, according to a new ranking by The...
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Celebrity doctors. Notorious lawyers. Philanthropists. Hedge funders. And, of course, real estate players. ...
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Memorial Day Weekend marked the official opening bell for the Hamptons season. And while most of those flooding into the East End were thinking about...
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With a handful of record sales in the past year, there’s no question Manhattan real estate has entered a new stratosphere. But even as asking...
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Last year’s residential market got most of its buzz from developers racing to build luxury condos, but it was eye-popping co-op sales that shattered records...
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The wave of new developments hitting the market is changing more than just the skyline. It’s also shifting the fortunes of the firms that specialize...
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Bidding wars. All-cash offers. Foreign buyers. Off-market sales. The telltale signs of New York City’s housing crunch have dominated headlines in recent years, as pent-up...
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When the penthouse condo at One Brooklyn Bridge Park hit the market in May, its asking price of $32 million bested the record for the...
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Manhattan’s priciest residential properties often make national headlines. But news about the priciest homes outside the city often barely register with New York City real...
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It’s no secret that prices for both luxury condos and development sites are surging in Manhattan. Land prices in Manhattan’s most popular neighborhoods have doubled...
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Even in a hot market, some properties just go cold. While prices of über high-end Manhattan apartments are skyrocketing and inventory is tight, not every...
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The tight inventory of for-sale residential properties, along with a glut of high-end homes going unused by their owners, is fueling a growing supply of...
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With the New Year underway, it’s time for a post-mortem on last year’s residential market. And in an unusual twist, industry insiders who normally rely...
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For New York City’s biggest real estate brokerages, competing for residential listings is something of a blood sport. And it’s only grown fiercer in the...
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True to its name, the Financial District was historically the center of business in New York City. But when it comes to commercial real estate,...
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Median sales and rental prices across New York City are expected to slow next year, and Jamaica will likely be the hottest new neighborhood of...
Market Reports
Median rents in Manhattan reached $3,339 in the third quarter, a 9.5 percent increase over last year. Brooklyn’s median rent climbed to $2,600 during the...
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Median rents in Downtown Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Cobble Hill are higher than Manhattan’s overall median rent. Although rent in Long Island City remained 11 percent...
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Asking rents in Brooklyn are up 4 percent from last year to $2,650 and the borough was the most competitive market during August. View the...
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Median resale prices in Manhattan reached a record high of $983,207 in July, a 6.3 percent increase compared to the same time last year. In...
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Nearly half of all Brooklyn homes sold in the second quarter of 2015 closed at or above asking price.  The median resale value of homes...
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White and Asian residents are far more likely to be homeowners in New York City than black or Hispanic residents. The rate of black and...
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Manhattan’s condo inventory hit a record low in February. Inventory declined for the fourth consecutive month, falling 2.4 percent from January to 3,175 units. Condo inventory...
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“The typical winter lull caused the Manhattan condo market to cool in November, with inventory levels and sales activity falling. “Total Manhattan condo inventory declined...

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