A challenge of biblical proportions: Developers brace for disaster

A challenge of biblical proportions: Developers brace for disaster
A challenge of biblical proportions: Developers brace for disaster

Family offices gearing up to pounce on distressed real estate

Having learned from missed opportunities a decade ago, family offices are strategically looking for distress opportunities in real estate (iStock)
Family offices gearing up to pounce on distressed real estate

Manhattan market’s “steady upward slog” persists as suburbs and Brooklyn see gains

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Manhattan market’s “steady upward slog” persists as suburbs and Brooklyn see gains

Country’s most outrageous spec home to hit market

Nile Niami and "The One" mansion (Getty)
Country’s most outrageous spec home to hit market

“Absolute craziness”: Critics slam bill requiring sprinklers in every apartment

Council member Barry Grodenchik (Getty; iStock)
“Absolute craziness”: Critics slam bill requiring sprinklers in every apartment

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Having learned from missed opportunities a decade ago, family offices are strategically looking for distress opportunities in real estate (iStock)
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Family offices gearing up to pounce on distressed real estate

The world was still feeling the aftershocks of America’s subprime mortgage crisis when Julien Haccoun landed his MBA and...

Family offices gearing up to pounce on distressed real estate
Nile Niami and "The One" mansion (Getty)
Los Angeles

Country’s most outrageous spec home to hit market

Nile Niami is getting serious about selling “The One” — a Bel Air spec mansion that the developer previously...

Country’s most outrageous spec home to hit market

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The inside story of 220 Central Park South, the world’s most profitable condo

The inside story of 220 Central Park South, the world’s most profitable condo

The inside story of 220 Central Park South, the world’s most profitable condo
The Trump Reorganization: What’s next for the president’s firm?

The Trump Reorganization: What’s next for the president’s firm?

The Trump Reorganization: What’s next for the president’s firm?
A challenge of biblical proportions: Developers brace for disaster

A challenge of biblical proportions: Developers brace for disaster

A challenge of biblical proportions: Developers brace for disaster
The mirage of low interest rates

The mirage of low interest rates

The mirage of low interest rates
Law in order: Ranking New York’s legal power players

Law in order: Ranking New York’s legal power players

Law in order: Ranking New York’s legal power players
The Closing: Spencer Rascoff

The Closing: Spencer Rascoff

The Closing: Spencer Rascoff
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Elliman Insights: Navigating A Volatile Market
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Elliman Insights: Navigating A Volatile Market

This year’s real estate market has been a roller-coaster ride. After starting strong in a humming economy, sales ground...

Elliman Insights: Navigating A Volatile Market
B6's Paul Massey and Tom Gammino (Photos via B6; Jll)

Tom Gammino joins Paul Massey’s B6

Investment sales veteran Tom Gammino is reuniting with Paul Massey at his B6 Real Estate Advisors brokerage. Gammino, who was let go from JLL in October during a round of layoffs, will head up...

Tom Gammino joins Paul Massey’s B6
Residential construction accounted for 44% of spending in October. (iStock)
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Housing drives rise in construction spending October

A strong housing market continued to fuel construction spending this fall. Construction spending grew an estimated 1.3 percent in...

Housing drives rise in construction spending October
Foot traffic in Union Square, the Flatiron District and Chelsea is down by 50% from February. (Getty)

Foot traffic remains low in prime Manhattan neighborhoods

Foot traffic in Manhattan’s most visited business districts has dropped off significantly since the pandemic began, putting a strain...

Foot traffic remains low in prime Manhattan neighborhoods
About 25 percent of employees had returned to work as of Nov. 18 (Getty; iStock)
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Offices remain empty, and big cities are feeling the crunch

Companies’ hopes of bringing workers back to offices have been dashed as confirmed Covid-19 cases spike throughout the U.S....

Offices remain empty, and big cities are feeling the crunch

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