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Trump blames a possible recession on a conspiracy, New York has new economic czar: 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...

The economy may be starting to slow. Real estate is taking notice.

The yield curve inversion and threats of an escalating trade war recently sent markets into a tizzy last week....

From left: Jordan Sachs, Sarah Saltzberg and Clayton Orrigo (Photos by Emily Assiran)

Brokers vs. the market: Six resi players on navigating NYC’s new battlefield

It’s been a difficult few years for the New York City residential brokerage world. Tech pressures have risen, venture...

Leonard Steinberg and Adam Modlin

These resi brokers killed it during a historic month for NYC luxury real estate

June was the best month for New York City’s luxury market in… maybe ever! Over 600 homes traded at...

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“Retribution and revenge”: Select Garages says Donald Zucker is trying to destroy the company

Developer Donald Zucker has been hit with ten lawsuits from a parking garage operator who says Zucker is trying to ruin his company. In...

FiDi sees a spike in sales, renters “camping out” in outer boroughs and more of the biggest trends in resi right now

Sellers face facts in FiDi The Financial District’s sales market is seeing an uptick amid bigger price discounts. Sales were up 33 percent in...

What you should know about Greenland and its real estate

No one seems certain how to take the news that the President Trump is interested in buying Greenland. Is...

Donald Zucker accused of waging war against parking garage, Keller Williams sued over tech: 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...



Mark your calendars: These are NYC’s top real estate events next week

Here are three real estate events worth attending next week! Host: REDInNYC Date: August 20 Time: 6 p.m. to...

Ryan Serhant and 416 Washington Street (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Ryan Serhant slapped with $1M dual agency lawsuit

A case of dual agency is coming back to haunt “Million Dollar Listing: New York” co-star Ryan Serhant. In...

175 Water Street and Nathan Berman of Metro Loft Management (Credit: Google Maps and Studio Scrivo)

FiDi office-to-resi guru Nathan Berman’s next big project is AIG’s HQ

Nathan Berman’s Metro Loft Management – the firm responsible for converting a number of the Financial District’s office towers...

The Hotel Hunger Games: Why some projects in Chicago’s hottest neighborhood may not survive

Fulton Market in recent years has been the epicenter of office development in Chicago, helping the city attract new corporate tenants, retailers and workers....

Small Talk: Big Tech wants to be your landlord now! Isn’t that great?

Real estate is a serious and important industry that impacts billions of people every day. But there’s also a...

It’s not just the leaking Oculus: Santiago Calatrava hit with suit over Venice bridge

A Venice court has fined world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava for going $5 million over budget on a bridge. The...

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The Daily Dirt: Recession or no recession, watch those mortgage rates!

The thing to watch right now is mortgage rates. The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged a terrifying 800 points...

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Multifamily market still reigns in Queens, Blackstone balks after rent reforms and more of the biggest CRE trends right now

Multifamily market hits 8-year low A tepid multifamily sector in New York City continued to plague the real estate industry through the first half...

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