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Lower East Side retail condo next to Katz’s Deli trades for $89M

A retail condo next to Katz’s Deli on the Lower East Side just traded in a deal with some...

Meet Google’s partner on its monster real estate plan for the Bay area

UPDATED, July 17, 6:36 p.m. Eastern: Google has already found a partner for its most ambitious real estate project...

Mack-Cali sells Paramus office property, Murphy enacts land bank reforms & more North Jersey real estate news

Mack-Cali offloads fully leased Paramus office building Garrison Investments and Onyx Equities announced Monday their acquisition of a 373,320-square-foot office building in Paramus, NJBIZ...

Clockwise from top left: 950 and 957 Woodycrest Avenue in the Bronx and 47-50 30th Street in Queens (Credit: Google Maps)

Here’s what the $20M-$30M NYC investment sales market looked like last week

From an industrial building in Queens to multifamily deals in the Bronx, these were New York City’s investment sales...

Foreign investment in US homes plummeted to $78B over the past year

Foreign investment in residential real estate in the U.S. has taken a tumble. Foreign buyers purchased $77.9 billion worth...

Margaret Streicker Porres and 101 West 78th Street (Credit: Linkedin, Corcoran, iStock)

Newcastle Realty was repeatedly accused of violating New York’s old rent laws. Now it says it’s leaving New York because of the new rent law.

The president of a real estate company that has been in hot water for allegedly breaking New York’s old rent laws now says her...

Manhattan office leasing through May 2019

OFFICE LEASING IN MANHATTAN • Midtown office leasing slowed down in May, totaling 1.25 million square feet, a 32 percent decrease from the month before. The availability rate dropped slightly to 10.6 percent, while...

Here are the week’s top luxury sales

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

E-scooters could raise real estate prices, startup executive says

E-scooters could mean a boost in real estate values in congested U.S. cities. This is the assertion of David...

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EXCLUSIVE: Fifth Wall’s Brendan Wallace on his firm’s $500M tech fund

Brendan Wallace has been everywhere these days. The co-founder and managing partner of Fifth Wall Ventures — a venture...

The issue came to light after some owners realized they were incorrectly billed in June (Credit: iStock)

“A big, big, big success,” NYC Finance Department says of new system that overcharged building owners on property tax

A new payment system introduced by New York City to streamline property tax payments has instead caused headaches for residents and building owners. The...

Real estate tech investor Fifth Wall launches $500M fund

UPDATED, July 17, 12:31 p.m.: Venture capital firm Fifth Wall closed on a $503 million fund focused on investments...

RSA president Joe Strasburg and CHIP executive president Jay Martin (Credit: iStock)

What the industry is saying about the federal rent law challenge

A lawsuit filed late Monday night by the Rent Stabilization Association and the Community Housing Improvement Program comes just...

Banks see uptick in mortgages, but remain wary ahead of potential Fed interest rate cut

Spurred by low interest rates, consumers are taking out more mortgages, bolstering the profits of banks’ consumer divisions. But...

New heights for Everest as insurer inks North Jersey’s largest lease deal of 2019

In what amounts to the largest lease in Northern New Jersey so far this year, Everest Reinsurance has inked...

From left: 227 Waverly Place, 29 5th Avenue, and 1487 Broadway in Bushwick (Credit: Renaissance Properties New York, StreetEasy, and Apartments)

Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week

Among last week’s New York City investment sales, two Greenwich Village apartment buildings got new owners, and a rehabilitated...

Jumaane Williams (Photo by Studio Scrivo)

The Closing: Jumaane Williams

Jumaane Williams is New York City’s sixth public advocate, a role that has infuriated many local real estate players since at least 2010 — when the office began publishing its “100 worst landlords” list...

From left: 687 St Johns Place, 31-16 35th Avenue in Queens, 28-30 34th Street in Astoria, and 34-31 81st Street in Flushing (Credit: Google Maps and iStock)

Meet the landlords trying to dismantle the new rent regulations

One of the landlords suing New York City and a state agency over the state’s new rent law was...

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