Inside the decade-long dispute over a Nolita garden

From left: Joseph Riever and Christopher Marte (Elizabeth Street Garden, New York City Campaign Finance Board)
From left: Joseph Riever and Christopher Marte (Elizabeth Street Garden, New York City Campaign Finance Board)
Inside the decade-long dispute over a Nolita garden

Manhattan’s retail market ticks up toward rebound

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Manhattan’s retail market ticks up toward rebound

$2B in Hochul budget could fund rent relief

From left: Kathy Hochul, governor of New York; Robert Mujica, director of the budget for New York State (Getty Images, iStock/Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)
$2B in Hochul budget could fund rent relief

Watermark Capital looks to sell indebted Holiday Inn in Chelsea

Michael Medzigian, chairman and managing partner, Watermark Capital Partners (Watermark Capital Partners, iStock, Illustration by Kevin Cifuentes for The Real Deal)
Watermark Capital looks to sell indebted Holiday Inn in Chelsea

Hochul seeks to fast-track NYC-area casinos

Kathy Hochul, governor of New York (Getty Images, iStock)
Hochul seeks to fast-track NYC-area casinos

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From left: Letitia James, attorney general of New York; Donald Trump, 45th U.S. president (Getty Images, Wikipedia/ChrisRuvolo, iStock/Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)
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New York AG alleges Trump altered values at 6 properties

The office of New York attorney general Letitia James this week filed its most detailed allegations in its investigation...

New York AG alleges Trump altered values at 6 properties
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Black mortgage applicants’ rejection disparity surges

Black applicants are being denied mortgages at a significantly higher rate than white ones — and the gap has...

Black mortgage applicants’ rejection disparity surges
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Manhattan’s retail market ticks up toward rebound

Manhattan’s retail market is slowly making a comeback. Retail leasing velocity increased in the fourth quarter of 2021, according...

Manhattan’s retail market ticks up toward rebound

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Out of many, one: Inside proptech’s record year of M&A
Out of many, one: Inside proptech’s record year of M&A
Out of many, one: Inside proptech’s record year of M&A
Tech firms’ housing pledges come up short
Tech firms’ housing pledges come up short
Tech firms’ housing pledges come up short
Mohamed Hadid’s last stand
Mohamed Hadid’s last stand
Mohamed Hadid’s last stand
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Cashed out: Nonwhite homeowners denied access to refi bonanza
Cashed out: Nonwhite homeowners denied access to refi bonanza
Five industry priorities for Eric Adams
Five industry priorities for Eric Adams
Five industry priorities for Eric Adams
The Closing: Todd Michael Glaser
The Closing: Todd Michael Glaser
The Closing: Todd Michael Glaser
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Service divide at forefront of Redfin discrimination suit

Redfin has long emphasized its commitment to combating systemic inequality in the housing market, but critics say the discount...

Service divide at forefront of Redfin discrimination suit
From left: Kathy Hochul, governor of New York; Robert Mujica, director of the budget for New York State (Getty Images, iStock/Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)

$2B in Hochul budget could fund rent relief

Gov. Kathy Hochul dangled a bone in front of rent-starved landlords Tuesday, proposing a budget including $2 billion in pandemic relief — money that could fund the tapped-out emergency rental assistance program. “I’ll work...

$2B in Hochul budget could fund rent relief
Kathy Hochul, governor of New York (Getty Images, iStock)

Hochul seeks to fast-track NYC-area casinos

Gov. Kathy Hochul laid her cards on the table Tuesday, calling for New York City to get new casinos earlier than expected. As part of her proposed budget, the governor called for speeding up...

Hochul seeks to fast-track NYC-area casinos
Park Slope Townhouses Top Brooklyn Luxury Contracts (Corcoran, Compass)

Park Slope townhouses top Brooklyn’s luxury contracts

Two Park Slope townhouses topped the list of Brooklyn’s luxury contracts asking $2 million or more last week, according...

Park Slope townhouses top Brooklyn’s luxury contracts
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Crypto-rich but can’t buy a home? Now you can

Many within the ranks of the crypto-rich have a peculiar problem: Despite having digital assets worth hundreds of thousands...

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