Kushner Companies names Laurent Morali CEO

Kushner CEO Laurent Morali (center) with Nicole Kushner Meyer and Jared Kushner (Kushner, Getty, Morali via Sasha Maslov)
Kushner CEO Laurent Morali (center) with Nicole Kushner Meyer and Jared Kushner (Kushner, Getty, Morali via Sasha Maslov)
Kushner Companies names Laurent Morali CEO

HAP sells stake in Chelsea apartments in deal valuing project at over $500M

HAP Investments CEO Eran Polack and 215-225 West 28th Street (HAP)
HAP sells stake in Chelsea apartments in deal valuing project at over $500M

VTS to buy office-app developer for $200M

VTS CEO Nick Romito and Lane Technologies CEO Clinton Robinson 
VTS to buy office-app developer for $200M

City’s bet on Hudson Yards beginning to pay off

Hudson Yards (Getty, iStock)
City’s bet on Hudson Yards beginning to pay off

Politics, City Planning on collision course

From left: Marisa Lago, Anita Laremont and Mayor Bill de Blasio (LinkedIn, Getty, Wikimedia)
Politics, City Planning on collision course

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Laurent Morali: President, with an asterisk

“Am I the leader of the company?” Laurent Morali, the new president of Kushner Companies, repeated the question, then answered without a moment’s hesitation. “I am.” To many New York real estate insiders, that...

Laurent Morali: President, with an asterisk
Kushner CEO Laurent Morali (center) with Nicole Kushner Meyer and Jared Kushner (Kushner, Getty, Morali via Sasha Maslov)
National

Kushner Companies names Laurent Morali CEO

Kushner Companies is moving away from its namesake for its next CEO, promoting Laurent Morali to the post. Morali is being elevated from president to CEO effective immediately, the Wall Street Journal first reported....

Kushner Companies names Laurent Morali CEO
Hudson Yards (Getty, iStock)

City’s bet on Hudson Yards beginning to pay off

New York City officials bet on the success of Hudson Yards. Taxpayers may soon benefit from that risk. The...

City’s bet on Hudson Yards beginning to pay off
VTS CEO Nick Romito and Lane Technologies CEO Clinton Robinson 
National

VTS to buy office-app developer for $200M

Proptech unicorn VTS remains committed to the revival of office life, set to make another big acquisition in the office app space. The New York-based software and data firm is set to acquire Toronto-based...

VTS to buy office-app developer for $200M
From left: Marisa Lago, Anita Laremont and Mayor Bill de Blasio (LinkedIn, Getty, Wikimedia)
News Analysis

Politics, City Planning on collision course

City Planning Commission votes are not known for drama. But Wednesday’s could be different. Two proposals backed by Mayor Bill de Blasio will come before the panel, whose chair and majority of members he...

Politics, City Planning on collision course
Tug-of-war over anti-redlining law heads back to the drawing board
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Tug-of-war over anti-redlining law heads back to the drawing board

When Trump-appointed regulator Joseph Otting, previously a career banking executive, proposed a series of overhauls to a 1970s redlining...

Tug-of-war over anti-redlining law heads back to the drawing board

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Brooklyn contracts jump in mid-October
Hudson’s Bay Company restructures $846M CMBS loan
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Hudson’s Bay Company restructures $846M CMBS loan

Hudson’s Bay Company successfully restructured a massive CMBS loan, reportedly ending an 18-month saga that included accusations of undermining...

Hudson’s Bay Company restructures $846M CMBS loan
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The pandemic supercharged the Hamptons summer rental market, which continued to ride that wave in 2021, a new report...

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