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The trade war keeps escalating. Here’s how it’ll impact NYC real estate

For months, trade war tensions with China have been on the rise. The Chinese government said Friday morning it...

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Eric Gordon on the evolution of the residential data game — and how to stay competitive in the new world

VC-backed rivals. New types of tech. The Real Deal talked to six players in New York City’s residential space about the new pain points...

This state senator wants to run for comptroller, meet WeWork’s board: Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to...

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Exclusive: Inspectors deemed Manhattan elevator safe 3 weeks before fatality

Three weeks before a man was fatally crushed by an elevator in a luxury Manhattan building, inspectors said the...

Donald Trump at Trump National Doral (Credit: Getty Images)

Former members of Trump Doral may have to wait decades to get their deposits back

Ex-members of Trump National Doral have been waiting to inch forward on the refund list at the Doral golf...

Behind the curtain of WeWork’s all-male board of directors

WeWork recently revealed the makeup of its Board of Directors in advance of its much anticipated IPO, and the...

Unqork CEO Gary Hoberman and 114 Fifth Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

Tech company subleases 40K sf at pricey space on Fifth Ave

Software company Unqork is subleasing almost 40,000 square feet of space on Fifth Avenue. The firm, which focuses on...

From left: Paul Manafort with Trump Tower, Jeffrey Epstein, and Bernie Madoff with 133 East 64th Street (Credit: Getty Images, CityRealty, and Wikipedia)

The Daily Dirt: Who holds the keys to Jeffrey Epstein’s estate?

Nice work if you can get it…I guess? Selling properties seized from alleged criminals is apparently a fairly competitive...

These are the priciest properties on the Westchester market

To list a high-end property in Westchester these days is an exercise in lowering one’s expectations. When TRD took...



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Minimum wage days

The Closing: Marty Burger

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Long-suffering retailers took another serious beating in Q2

Ahead of new tariffs on Chinese goods set to hit everything from tracksuits to ski gloves, second quarter earnings...

The many homes of David Koch

David Koch, the billionaire industrialist who was a major funder of conservative politics and New York City’s second-richest resident, died Friday. He was 79. With a net worth of $50.5 billion, he was tied...

Two Elliman agents launch platform to provide renters, buyers and sellers up to $50K in unsecured loans

Two Douglas Elliman agents are taking on Compass with a new platform that overlaps with the VC-backed brokerage’s non-traditional lending service for sellers. Cousins...

Big Tech locations in NYC

MAP: Here’s a look at all the Big Tech locations in NYC

Big Tech firms like Facebook, Apple and Amazon are beating at the doors of New York City landlords looking...

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The e-commerce industrial revolution

It seems buying and selling e-commerce space these days can provide more value than an IPO — at least as far as Singapore’s GLP is concerned. The massive logistics firm had been considering going...

From left: New York Communities for Change director Jonathan Westin, Neighborhood First Fund program director Joan Byron, and Ford Foundation president Darren Walker (Credit: NYC Communities, LinkedIn, and Ford Foundation)

The money behind the New York tenant movement

With just 11 days left before the rent laws expired, a chain link of tenants formed along the stairs...

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Another J-51 lawsuit has been granted class action status

Tenants at a Forest Hills building in the midst of a J-51 lawsuit have been granted class action status...

Ilan Bracha of Keller Williams and 575 Fifth Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

Keller Williams Midtown downsizing offices amid belt-tightening

Keller Williams Midtown is downsizing — the latest indication of how the residential firm is tightening its belt amid...

FDNY members at the elevator in 344 Third Avenue (Credit: FDNY via Twitter)

At luxury building where tenant was crushed to death by elevator, there were signs of trouble

A 30-year-old man was crushed to death by an elevator Thursday morning in a Kips Bay luxury apartment building called “Manhattan Promenade.” The New...

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