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The Daily Dirt: Getting creative with the new rent laws

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President Trump abandons tax cuts, Democratic candidate takes aim at WeWork valuation: Daily digest

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How do brokers get listings from the Department of Justice?

In early July, after an unsealed criminal indictment revealed that New York prosecutors would move to seize Jeffrey Epstein’s...

Low mortgage rates boost homebuilding stocks despite recession anxiety

Signs may be pointing to a potential recession, but low mortgage rates have boosted homebuilding shares, which are nearing...

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StreetEasy launches new app, software to ease manual listing entry

UPDATED Thursday, August 22, 2019 12:11 p.m.: StreetEasy is doubling down on manual entry. Today, the Zillow Group-owned listings...

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The story behind the disappearance of New Canaan developer Fotis Dulos’ wife

The only thing certain in the mystery involving a Connecticut developer is that after more than two months, Jennifer...

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Kelly Killoren Bensimon went from modeling to “The Real Housewives.” Now she’s taking a crack at real estate.

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Here are the week’s top luxury sales

Each week, The Real Deal and CityRealty look back at Manhattan’s priciest apartment sales.

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Homebuilder Toll Brothers looks to higher-earning millennials amid down Q3 results

UPDATED Wednesday August 21, 2019, 4:07 p.m.: Amid a softening luxury market, homebuilder Toll Brothers is developing lower-priced properties...

Midtown East is getting a new food hall, Howard Lorber isn’t scared of a recession: Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news. We update this page at 9 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 4...

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DeKalb Market Hall creator bringing new food hall to Midtown

Manhattan’s iconic Citigroup Center is about to get a taste of Brooklyn. The creator behind Downtown Brooklyn’s DeKalb Market...

Well, that escalated fast: A timeline of Trump’s Greenland adventure

Over the last week, a story that’s entirely emblematic of the Trump era gained momentum and died shortly thereafter:...

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Developer Jason Lee accused of defrauding investors at High Line condo project

Developer Jason Lee and his company Six Sigma NYC are being accused of defrauding investors in their Chelsea residential...

Knotel joins the unicorn club with latest funding round

Well, another unicorn has joined the co-working corral. Knotel raised $400 million, bumping up its valuation to at least...

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