Are New Yorkers coming back? These charts tell the story

From office occupancy to garbage collection, a wide range of statistics do indicate that some aspects of city life are gradually returning to the pre-coronavirus norm — though some areas have recovered much more quickly than others
From office occupancy to garbage collection, a wide range of statistics do indicate that some aspects of city life are gradually returning to the pre-coronavirus norm — though some areas have recovered much more quickly than others
Are New Yorkers coming back? These charts tell the story

Last bidder standing has big plans for Starwood’s troubled mall portfolio. But first, creditors must sign off

Starwood's Barry Sternlicht and Pacific Retail's Steve Plenge with Parkway Plaza mall in San Diego and the Plaza West Covina mall in Los Angeles (Getty, Starwood, Pacific Retail)
Last bidder standing has big plans for Starwood’s troubled mall portfolio. But first, creditors must sign off

Opportunity Zone rule change seeks to entice foreign investors

Charles Rettig, Commissioner of the IRS (Getty)
Opportunity Zone rule change seeks to entice foreign investors

Amazon grows HQ2 site near DC with hotel buy

Blackstone's Frank Cohen and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with the HQ2 site (Getty; Blackstone; Google Maps)
Amazon grows HQ2 site near DC with hotel buy

Déjà vu: New home sales hit 14-year high in August

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Déjà vu: New home sales hit 14-year high in August

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Are New Yorkers coming back? These charts tell the story

Are New Yorkers coming back? These charts tell the story

Six months after New York was locked down — and 420,000 residents packed up and left — the city...

Are New Yorkers coming back? These charts tell the story
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London’s so-called skinniest home hits the market

London’s skinniest home is for sale, but the asking price isn’t very small. The 1,034-square-foot home, which measures just...

London’s so-called skinniest home hits the market
Starwood's Barry Sternlicht and Pacific Retail's Steve Plenge with Parkway Plaza mall in San Diego and the Plaza West Covina mall in Los Angeles (Getty, Starwood, Pacific Retail)

Last bidder standing has big plans for Starwood’s troubled mall portfolio. But first, creditors must sign off

Starwood Capital Group finally lost control of its troubled regional mall portfolio this month, when trustees appointed by an Israeli court selected a partnership...

Last bidder standing has big plans for Starwood’s troubled mall portfolio. But first, creditors must sign off
Blackstone's Frank Cohen and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos with the HQ2 site (Getty; Blackstone; Google Maps)

Amazon grows HQ2 site near DC with hotel buy

Amazon’s massive HQ2 development outside Washington D.C. may be expanding. The e-commerce leviathan bought a Residence Inn by Marriott...

Amazon grows HQ2 site near DC with hotel buy
A rendering of the WaveGarden (Credit: Bohler via TCPalm)

Florida development will include 800 homes, 600 hotel rooms and 1 giant artificial surf park

A Florida developer is planning to anchor a 200-acre mixed-use development with the nation’s largest artificial surf park. The $595 million “Willow Lakes” development...

Florida development will include 800 homes, 600 hotel rooms and 1 giant artificial surf park
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This Bud’s for you: House lined with beer cans triggers bidding war

A modest condominium in Lake Worth, Florida, ended up in a bidding war after hitting the market in August....

This Bud’s for you: House lined with beer cans triggers bidding war
The European Union’s top court backed a Parisian measure that regulates renting second homes on Airbnb. (iStock)

Airbnb hosts in Europe may hit road bump when renting second homes

The European Union’s top court ruled against two Parisian Airbnb hosts in a decision that could impact the short-term...

Airbnb hosts in Europe may hit road bump when renting second homes
Rendering of the Tokyo Tokiwabashi project (Courtesy of Mitsubishi)

Mitsubishi unveils design for Japan’s tallest skyscraper

One of Japan’s largest developers has unveiled new renderings for what could become the country’s tallest building upon completion...

Mitsubishi unveils design for Japan’s tallest skyscraper
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Déjà vu: New home sales hit 14-year high in August

Last month, new single-family homes were snapped up in numbers not seen since before the Great Recession, following the...

Déjà vu: New home sales hit 14-year high in August

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Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky (Getty, iStock)

Why Airbnb is going public in a pandemic

Why Airbnb is going public in a pandemic
A nationwide sublease surge

A nationwide sublease surge

A nationwide sublease surge
Inside the ugly dispute between Michael Shvo and his partner pal

Inside the ugly dispute between Michael Shvo and his partner pal

Inside the ugly dispute between Michael Shvo and his partner pal
Stay-at-home orders and virtual classes have asked serious questions of the once-booming market for student housing. (Photo: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill via Getty)

Quiet dorms and distress storms: Student housing sector takes hit

Quiet dorms and distress storms: Student housing sector takes hit
President Donald Trump and HUD Secretary Ben Carson (Getty; iStock)

Trump’s fair housing repeal roils multifamily developers

Trump’s fair housing repeal roils multifamily developers
The Closing: Carl Weisbrod

The Closing: Carl Weisbrod

The Closing: Carl Weisbrod
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Neiman Marcus at Hudson Yards and Geoffroy van Raemdonck (Getty)

Neiman Marcus exits bankruptcy $4B lighter

Neiman Marcus has emerged from bankruptcy just four and a half months after it entered the Chapter 11 restructuring process. The court-led process erased $4 billion in debt that the distressed retailer was holding,...

Neiman Marcus exits bankruptcy $4B lighter
Charles Rettig, Commissioner of the IRS (Getty)

Opportunity Zone rule change seeks to entice foreign investors

Potential changes to the rules for Opportunity Zones could soon allow some foreign investors to reap major tax benefits...

Opportunity Zone rule change seeks to entice foreign investors
From left: Henry Torres, Jorge Perez, Alicia Cervera Lamadrid, Gil Dezer and Joseph Kavana (iStock)

“Anything and everything is negotiable”: Incentives for condo buyers mount in Miami

In early March, Residences by Armani/Casa’s developers hosted a blowout opening party, featuring a Giorgio Armani fashion show, a...

“Anything and everything is negotiable”: Incentives for condo buyers mount in Miami
Keith Gelb and Bill Walton with 63 and 67 Wall Street (Rockpoint, Google Maps)

Rockpoint Group settles alleged rent-stabilization violations for $5M

A Wall Street landlord has settled a lawsuit brought by its tenants over alleged rent-regulation violations. Rockpoint Group, a...

Rockpoint Group settles alleged rent-stabilization violations for $5M
CoStar CEO Andy Florance and CREXi founder Michael DeGiorgio (Photos via CoStar on YouTube; CREXi)

Back in court: CoStar sues rival over “massive” copyright infringement

CoStar is going after another rival, alleging “flagrant and widespread” copyright infringement. The real estate data giant sued Los...

Back in court: CoStar sues rival over “massive” copyright infringement
Larry Korman (Photo by Emily Assiran)

The self-lockdown lifestyle of AKA’s Larry Korman

Life under quarantine has brought big changes for everyone. For Larry Korman — the head of property development, management...

The self-lockdown lifestyle of AKA’s Larry Korman
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen find roomier digs in Benedict Canyon

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen find roomier digs in Benedict Canyon

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have bought themselves a roomier home for their growing family. The couple purchased a...

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen find roomier digs in Benedict Canyon
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Kick off fall with access to TRD’s 2020 Data Book at 15% off

Kick fall off with unlimited access to the only real estate news you need at a price worth falling...

Kick off fall with access to TRD’s 2020 Data Book at 15% off
Housing and Urban Development secretary Ben Carson (Getty; iStock)

CoreLogic’s screening algorithm may have discriminated against renters: lawsuit

A federal lawsuit can proceed against a screening company used by a landlord to weed out tenants, a move...

CoreLogic’s screening algorithm may have discriminated against renters: lawsuit

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