Why software is eating the home

Why software is eating the home
Why software is eating the home

How legal cannabis will shake up NY’s retail landscape

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the legislation to legalize adut-use cannabis last month. (Getty)
How legal cannabis will shake up NY’s retail landscape

Editor’s note: Survival of the retro-fittest

Stuart Elliott
Editor’s note: Survival of the retro-fittest

Great Value Storage files for bankruptcy to stop foreclosure

Nate Paul of World Class Holdings (Facebook/GreatValueStorage, iStock)
Great Value Storage files for bankruptcy to stop foreclosure

Elliman’s property management arm suffers data breach

Douglas Elliman chairman Howard Lorber (Getty, iStock, Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)
Elliman’s property management arm suffers data breach

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From left: Howard Lorber, Spencer Rascoff, Rob Speyer, and Steve Witkoff (Getty, Twitter)
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The definitive real estate SPAC tracker

Blink and you’ll miss a new SPAC. With billions of dollars flowing into blank-check firms, a growing number of real estate players are targeting proptech. As an alternative to the traditional IPO, special-purpose acquisition...

The definitive real estate SPAC tracker
135-25 Northern Boulevard and 300 West 30th Street (Google Maps, Studio C Architects)

Self-storage company buys dev site from Home Depot

A self-storage company bought a Queens development site from Home Depot and landed a construction loan for a planned...

Self-storage company buys dev site from Home Depot
Why software is eating the home
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Why software is eating the home

Less than a decade ago, startups valued at $1 billion or more were so rare — so mythical even — that the tech world took to calling them unicorns. In 2013, there were just...

Why software is eating the home
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the legislation to legalize adut-use cannabis last month. (Getty)

How legal cannabis will shake up NY’s retail landscape

Somewhere in the East Village, a pizza joint slings cannabis-infused pies in a speakeasy-like environment. Stoned Gourmet Cannabis Pizza...

How legal cannabis will shake up NY’s retail landscape
Nate Paul of World Class Holdings (Facebook/GreatValueStorage, iStock)
National

Great Value Storage files for bankruptcy to stop foreclosure

Nearly two years after the FBI raided the offices of Great Value Storage’s founder, the company has filed for...

Great Value Storage files for bankruptcy to stop foreclosure

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This is your home on tech
This is your home on tech
This is your home on tech
Rich man, poor man
Rich man, poor man
Rich man, poor man
The Closing: Glenn Sanford
The Closing: Glenn Sanford
The Closing: Glenn Sanford
Titans of the towers: TRD’s annual ranking of NYC’s top investment sales firms
Titans of the towers: TRD’s annual ranking of NYC’s top investment sales firms
Titans of the towers: TRD’s annual ranking of NYC’s top investment sales firms
To REIT or not to REIT
To REIT or not to REIT
To REIT or not to REIT
A FOMO market: Manhattan new development sees record activity
A FOMO market: Manhattan new development sees record activity
A FOMO market: Manhattan new development sees record activity
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1135 Lexington Avenue and Nir Meir (Google Maps, iStock)

Judge rules against Nir Meir in HFZ’s $19M default case

It must have seemed like a sure thing: a luxury condominium development on the Upper East Side. To assemble...

Judge rules against Nir Meir in HFZ’s $19M default case
Stuart Elliott
National Issue

Editor’s note: Survival of the retro-fittest

It’s a golden age for golden ages. We are sitting at home during the so-called golden age of TV,...

Editor’s note: Survival of the retro-fittest
City Planning Commissioner Chair Marisa Lago (Getty, Dept. of City Planning)

Gowanus rezoning gets green light

UPDATED, April 19, 2021, 4:30 p.m.: The Gowanus rezoning is a go. Judge Katherine Levine on Monday agreed to lift a temporary restraining order, allowing the proposal to enter the city’s seven-month approval process....

Gowanus rezoning gets green light
The Assemblage occupies the top 13 floors of the building. (Prodigy, Assemblage)

Prodigy-backed co-working facility facing foreclosure

Yet another piece of the Prodigy Network’s crowdfunded portfolio is heading to foreclosure. Vanbarton Group has initiated the UCC...

Prodigy-backed co-working facility facing foreclosure
Fifth Wall’s Brendan Wallace (right) and Andriy Mykhaylovskyy (Facebook/Fifth Wall; iStock)
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Fifth Wall launches third SPAC to raise $250M

Venture capital firm Fifth Wall is launching another blank-check company — the third the company has founded since the...

Fifth Wall launches third SPAC to raise $250M
Extell's Gary Barnett and One57 (Getty)

One57 is 90% sold: Extell announces Q1 sales

This may be the year Gary Barnett’s groundbreaking Billionaires’ Row tower finally sells out. There are just five unsold...

One57 is 90% sold: Extell announces Q1 sales

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