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Compass doesn’t want a jury trial in the Avi Dorfman case

Compass is appealing a decision by a New York judge who ordered a jury trial for Avi Dorfman, an...

Another WeWork exec is out, Bank OZK’s construction lending is up: Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to...

Co-living trend of renting bedrooms is back and here to stay: TRD Miami Showcase & Forum

Co-living is becoming a growing segment of South Florida’s multifamily market amid increased competition within the sector and from conventional apartment developers, according to...

SoftBank rescue plan would bring WeWork’s valuation to $8B

SoftBank is considering a financing package to save WeWork that would value the embattled office-space company at $8 billion,...

Bank OZK reports uptick in construction lending in Q3

Bank OZK reported an uptick in real estate construction lending in the third quarter amid cooling markets in New...

Minority real estate professionals still fight racial and gender barriers: TRD Miami Showcase & Forum

Minorities and women only represent 1.3 percent of the $69 trillion in global financial assets under management across mutual funds, hedge funds, real estate,...

Data Alert: What’s going on with i-sales in Manhattan and Brooklyn?

Investment sales in Manhattan and Brooklyn Manhattan investment sales hit a two-year low in August with $995 million in...

Clockwise from left: 532-542 Union Street and 232 Third Avenue in Gowanus, Tavros' Colin Rankowitz and Avery Hall's Brian Ezra (Credit: Terra CRG, Tavros, Avery Hall)

Gowanus gold rush: Avery Hall, Tavros, Charney buy sites for $55M

Avery Hall Investments is doubling down on its Gowanus bets with another major purchase. The firm struck up an...

A little good news for renters. We’re not talking to you LA and Manhattan

The housing market has been slowing across the nation, and now rent prices have finally begun to fall. Very...



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Michael Jordan and an aerial view of his Highland Park property (Credit: Getty Images)

Michael Jordan’s Chicago-area mansion has been on the market for 7 years. A buyer may not exist

As his massive compound in Chicago’s northern suburbs collects dust, Michael Jordan is now trying to part with another sprawling mansion. On Monday, His...

Unrealistic pricing bogs down Miami luxury condo market: TRD Showcase & Forum

The Miami luxury condo market remains in a rut due in part to sellers overpricing properties, according to top...

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WeWork’s landlords buckle up

For New York City landlords needing a quick fix to fill empty office space, WeWork has been a go-to tenant for years. Now, with the office-space company in turmoil, those property owners suddenly feel...

Jay Martin, James Whelan and Joe Strasburg

Rent-pocalypse 2.0: Real estate industry reacts to tenant demands

UPDATED, Oct. 18, 2019, 6:27 p.m.: Real estate industry experts say the tenant coalition’s latest demands won’t solve the...

Stop … Data Time: It’s the new development condo report for Brooklyn and Queens

New development condo report Brooklyn • Inventory contracted as developers filed fewer units than were purchased • Developers filed 15 plans with 90 units...

Thor Equities' Joe Sitt and a closeup of 545 Madison Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

Thor Equities loses 545 Madison Avenue

Joe Sitt has officially left the building. Sitt’s Thor Equities was evicted from its ground lease at 545 Madison Avenue earlier this week, Crain’s reported. Marx Realty, owner of the land underneath the building,...

Daily Digest Thursday

Legislation introduced to protect tenants in ‘keyless’ buildings, Compass pushes back against WeWork comparison: Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update...

Ben Carson on how Opportunity Zones are unlike red and black ants: TRD Miami Showcase & Forum

When talking about federal Opportunity Zones, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson said you need to understand ants. And use them as...

32BJ SEIU President Kyle Bragg (Credit: Facebook, iStock)

32BJ expects fight with real estate industry over contract renewal

The union that represents office cleaners is gearing up for a fight with the real estate industry over its...

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