New York AG is investigating WeWork: report

WeWork is reportedly facing an SEC probe
WeWork is reportedly facing probes from the SEC and New York AG's office
New York AG is investigating WeWork: report

Ten-X Commercial lays off nearly half its workforce

Close to 100 employees were given notice on Monday morning (Credit: iStock)
Ten-X Commercial lays off nearly half its workforce

Real Capital Analytics’ founder buys UWS building, leading last week’s I-sales

308 West 82nd Street and Real Capital Analytics founder Robert M. White Jr. (Credit: Google Maps)
Real Capital Analytics’ founder buys UWS building, leading last week’s I-sales

LI agents routinely discriminate against minority buyers, undercover probe finds

The bombshell probe also found that minorities had to meet more stringent financial qualifications than white buyers. (Credit: iStock)
LI agents routinely discriminate against minority buyers, undercover probe finds

Acclaimed artist KAWS pays $17M to expand Williamsburg studio

93 North 9th Street in Williamsburg, Thor Equities' Joe Sitt, and a KAWS statue (Credit: Google Maps and Jim Bowen via Flickr)
Acclaimed artist KAWS pays $17M to expand Williamsburg studio

Cohen Brothers Realty sues storied landlord to stay in Park Ave South building

475 Park Avenue South (Credit: Google Maps)
Cohen Brothers Realty sues storied landlord to stay in Park Ave South building

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40 East 72nd Street (Credit: Google Maps)

Nightmare on E. 72nd Street raises question: Are small condos risky?

The financial mess dragging down an Upper East Side building has triggered warnings about buying into a small condominium....

Nightmare on E. 72nd Street raises question: Are small condos risky?
Katerra CEO Michael Marks in Taipei in June

After WeWork’s spectacular fall, it’s crunch time for Katerra

Katerra CEO Michael Marks strolled onto the Las Vegas stage, his name and title projected onto a giant black...

After WeWork’s spectacular fall, it’s crunch time for Katerra
Jed Garfield of Leslie J. Garfield; Richard Grossman, president of Halstead Real Estate; Sarah Saltzberg, principal broker and CEO of Bohemia Realty Group; Douglas Elliman’s Howard Lorber

NYC brokers slam bias, promise action after Newsday exposé

New York City’s top residential brokerage firms sharply condemned widespread race discrimination in Long Island’s housing market found by...

NYC brokers slam bias, promise action after Newsday exposé
New York AG is investigating WeWork: report

New York AG is investigating WeWork: report

The New York State Attorney General’s office has launched an investigation into WeWork, Reuters reported. The embattled office-space company, which is soon set to lay off thousands of workers, confirmed to the news outlet...

New York AG is investigating WeWork: report
Close to 100 employees were given notice on Monday morning (Credit: iStock)

Ten-X Commercial lays off nearly half its workforce

Ten-X Commercial, an online real estate transaction platform, laid off half its workforce after efforts to sell the company...

Ten-X Commercial lays off nearly half its workforce
475 Park Avenue South (Credit: Google Maps)

Cohen Brothers Realty sues storied landlord to stay in Park Ave South building

Cohen Brothers Realty is firing back as its landlord tries to cut short its ground lease at a Murray...

Cohen Brothers Realty sues storied landlord to stay in Park Ave South building
Tracey Appelbaum (Photos by Emily Assiran)

At the desk of: Tracey Appelbaum

When Tracey Appelbaum was growing up in Georgia, she often accompanied her grandfather, a developer, to construction sites. He built a number of Frito-Lay warehouses throughout the Southeast, she said, and “would have me...

At the desk of: Tracey Appelbaum
308 West 82nd Street and Real Capital Analytics founder Robert M. White Jr. (Credit: Google Maps)

Real Capital Analytics’ founder buys UWS building, leading last week’s I-sales

From a pair of next-door buildings in Park Slope to an apartment complex in Jamaica, these are the deals...

Real Capital Analytics’ founder buys UWS building, leading last week’s I-sales
93 North 9th Street in Williamsburg, Thor Equities' Joe Sitt, and a KAWS statue (Credit: Google Maps and Jim Bowen via Flickr)

Acclaimed artist KAWS pays $17M to expand Williamsburg studio

Art world sensation KAWS is having a moment, as the auction house Christies declared last month. The Williamsburg-based artist,...

Acclaimed artist KAWS pays $17M to expand Williamsburg studio


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Crunch time for Katerra?

Crunch time for Katerra?

‘Thank God’ for techies

‘Thank God’ for techies

Control freaks: Institutional players take over landlords' war on rent caps

Control freaks: Institutional players take over landlords' war on rent caps

Retail wreckage piles up

Retail wreckage piles up

Inside the shakeup at JLL

Inside the shakeup at JLL

The Closing: William Shanahan

The Closing: William Shanahan

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181 Varick Street (Credit: Google Maps)

Claremont Companies buys Soho Marriott for $59M

Claremont Companies has purchased a Marriott in Soho for $59.35 million, according to property records. The Massachusetts-based firm bought...

Claremont Companies buys Soho Marriott for $59M
More than 4,000 people are expected to receive notice in coming weeks (Credit: iStock)

Major WeWork layoffs to begin today

More than a third of WeWork’s 12,000 employees will likely receive notice this week that they no longer have a job. The layoffs are part of an effort by the struggling office-space company to...

Major WeWork layoffs to begin today
The bombshell probe also found that minorities had to meet more stringent financial qualifications than white buyers. (Credit: iStock)

LI agents routinely discriminate against minority buyers, undercover probe finds

A three-year undercover investigation by Newsday found that 40 percent of the time Long Island brokers discriminate against minority...

LI agents routinely discriminate against minority buyers, undercover probe finds
WeWork layoffs loom, de Blasio is skeptical of commercial rent control

WeWork layoffs loom, de Blasio is skeptical of commercial rent control

Every weekday The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate happenings. We update this page throughout the...

WeWork layoffs loom, de Blasio is skeptical of commercial rent control
From left: WeWork’s Adam Neumann and SoftBank’s Masayoshi Son (Photo-Illustration by Nazario Graziano)

Piecing together SoftBank’s disruptive real estate bets

Masayoshi Son was widely regarded as an eccentric-but-gifted entrepreneur when, in 2014, he dazzled investors during an earnings presentation...

Piecing together SoftBank’s disruptive real estate bets
166 Berry Street in Brooklyn and Wharton Properties’ Jeff Sutton (Credit: Google Maps)

Jeff Sutton pays record price in Williamsburg: brokers

A Williamsburg commercial building that housed a metal fabrication company has sold for what appears to be a record-high...

Jeff Sutton pays record price in Williamsburg: brokers
Struggling cannabis retailer MedMen dumps REIT stake

Struggling cannabis retailer MedMen dumps REIT stake

MedMen Enterprises’ national cannabis retail strategy is going up in smoke. And to trim costs, it’s selling its interest...

Struggling cannabis retailer MedMen dumps REIT stake
Huizenga lobbied Rick Scott to secure Opportunity Zone designation for West Palm site

Huizenga lobbied Rick Scott to secure Opportunity Zone designation for West Palm site

The son of Blockbuster video billionaire Wayne Huizenga successfully lobbied then-Gov. Rick Scott to include the site of his...

Huizenga lobbied Rick Scott to secure Opportunity Zone designation for West Palm site
Charles Kushner and 229 West 43rd Street (Credit: Getty Images)

Kushner Cos needs loan workout as Times Square tenants tank

The Kushner Companies’ $285 million loan on its big Times Square retail property will have to be reworked after...

Kushner Cos needs loan workout as Times Square tenants tank
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