Ruling stops good cause eviction’s spread across NY

Judge Christina Ryba and Housing Justice For All’s Cea Weaver (NYSBA, iStock)
Judge Christina Ryba and Housing Justice For All’s Cea Weaver (NYSBA, iStock)
Ruling stops good cause eviction’s spread across NY

Checkmate for Papaya King: Extell files demo plans on UES

Extell Development's Gary Barnett and 171-179 East 86th Street (Extell Development, iStock)
Checkmate for Papaya King: Extell files demo plans on UES

Church seeks to escape hellish partnership with HFZ

Marble Collegiate Church, HFZ's Ziel Feldman and Vanbarton’s Gary Tischler (Getty, iStock)
Church seeks to escape hellish partnership with HFZ

Sky buys Greenwich Village mixed-use building in quiet week for i-sales

240 Sullivan Street and Sky Management’s Jonathan Ohebshalom (Sky Management, Google Maps, iStock)
Sky buys Greenwich Village mixed-use building in quiet week for i-sales

Say goodbye to another property tax break

From left: Mayor Eric Adams, Governor Kathy Hochul, and Assemblymember Edward Braunstein (Getty Images, Assembly District 26, iStock/Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)
Say goodbye to another property tax break

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Judge Christina Ryba and Housing Justice For All’s Cea Weaver (NYSBA, iStock)
Tri-State

Ruling stops good cause eviction’s spread across NY

Less than a year after Albany made history as the first New York municipality to pass good cause eviction,...

Ruling stops good cause eviction’s spread across NY
44th U.S. President Barack Obama (Getty Images, iStock/Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)
National

Barack Obama blasts liberal NIMBYs

Unlike many issues, NIMBYism doesn’t adhere to party lines. But it’s rare for leaders to call out not-in-my-backyarders on their own side of the political spectrum. Barack Obama just did, blasting progressives’ role in...

Barack Obama blasts liberal NIMBYs
SL Green's Harrison Sitomer and 450 Park Avenue (SL Green, Taconic Partners)

SL Green closes on Park Avenue office tower

Manhattan’s largest office landlord has closed the deal on a major Park Avenue purchase. SL Green Realty closed on its $445 million buy of 450 Park Avenue, the company announced Wednesday. The Real Deal...

SL Green closes on Park Avenue office tower
From left: Mayor Eric Adams, Governor Kathy Hochul, and Assemblymember Edward Braunstein (Getty Images, Assembly District 26, iStock/Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)

Say goodbye to another property tax break

While the industry fretted over 421a and good cause eviction in the final months of the legislative session, state lawmakers quietly let another real estate measure expire. The decades-old tax exemption program J-51, which...

Say goodbye to another property tax break

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Joseph Chetrit: The man from Morocco
Joseph Chetrit: The man from Morocco
Joseph Chetrit: The man from Morocco
Is it last call for America’s housing boom?
Is it last call for America’s housing boom?
Is it last call for America’s housing boom?
Deans of design: Ranking New York’s busiest architecture firms
Deans of design: Ranking New York’s busiest architecture firms
Deans of design: Ranking New York’s busiest architecture firms
Rob Speyer on the long arc of megadevelopment, New York’s renaissance and proptech bets
Rob Speyer on the long arc of megadevelopment, New York’s renaissance and proptech bets
Rob Speyer on the long arc of megadevelopment, New York’s renaissance and proptech bets
Sister act: How CBRE’s Darla Longo and Barbara Perrier became an industrial force
Sister act: How CBRE’s Darla Longo and Barbara Perrier became an industrial force
Sister act: How CBRE’s Darla Longo and Barbara Perrier became an industrial force
The Closing: Eran Chen
The Closing: Eran Chen
The Closing: Eran Chen
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Marble Collegiate Church, HFZ's Ziel Feldman and Vanbarton’s Gary Tischler (Getty, iStock)

Church seeks to escape hellish partnership with HFZ

Marble Collegiate Church thrived for nearly 400 years. Then it made a deal with HFZ Capital Group. The church...

Church seeks to escape hellish partnership with HFZ
Helicopterless in the Hamptons
Tri-State Issue

Wealthy Hamptonites irked by even wealthier newcomers

Well-heeled Hamptonites balked in April when pay-per-seat helicopter service Blade revealed it would be jacking up the cost of a Manhattan-to-East Hampton flight to more than $1,000 this summer. After years of mounting noise...

Wealthy Hamptonites irked by even wealthier newcomers
CoStar's Andy Florance and REBNY’s James Whelan (Getty, iStock)

REBNY, CoStar launch Citysnap listing portal

The Real Estate Board of New York, in partnership with CoStar Group, launched a long-awaited public portal for residential...

REBNY, CoStar launch Citysnap listing portal
Kathy Hochul, Samy Nemir Olivares, Lee Zeldin, Nikki Lucas, Keron Alleyne, Erik Dilan (Getty Images, iStock, Nikki Lucas, Keron Alleyne, Samy Nemir Olivares, Facebook)

Real estate’s election winners and losers

The real estate industry watched nervously Tuesday night to see if moderate Democrats could hold off far-left insurgents in the state’s primary elections. For the most part, they did. The results will affect how...

Real estate’s election winners and losers
Jim Chanos, president and founder of Chanos & Company LP (Getty Images, iStock/Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)
National

Jim Chanos’ next Big Short: data centers

Data centers may be quaking in their 0s and 1s after a major hedge fund manager revealed his big...

Jim Chanos’ next Big Short: data centers

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