“What would we discipline them for?”: Brokers deny discrimination at heated hearing

State Sens. Brian Kavanagh and Kevin Thomas (NY Gov; Getty; iStock)
State Sens. Brian Kavanagh and Kevin Thomas (NY Gov; Getty; iStock)
“What would we discipline them for?”: Brokers deny discrimination at heated hearing

JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York

The Real Deal founder and publisher Amir Korangy and Massey Knakal founder Bob Knakal
JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York

Going green: Governors Island could soon house climate center

A rendering of the Climate Solutions Center with Trust for Governors Island CEO Clare Newman and Mayor de Blasio (Rendering via WXY architecture + urban design/bloomimages; Governor's Island; Getty)
Going green: Governors Island could soon house climate center

Wall Street investors bet on single-family rentals as mortgage payments stack up

Wall Street investors are prepared to buy and turn single-family homes into rentals when forbearance programs expire and homeowners look to sell. (iStock)
Wall Street investors bet on single-family rentals as mortgage payments stack up

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Inside the ugly dispute between Michael Shvo and his partner pal

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Firms dangle big bucks to lure employees out of big cities

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Firms dangle big bucks to lure employees out of big cities
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Chinese proptech firm Ming Yuan Cloud goes public

Ming Yuan Cloud Group is about to go public. The Shenzen-based proptech firm plans to launch an initial public...

Chinese proptech firm Ming Yuan Cloud goes public
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Stay at the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” mansion for $30/night

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Stay at the “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” mansion for $30/night
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City reports decline in construction-related injuries, deaths

The city reported a nearly 19 percent decrease in construction-related injuries in the last fiscal year, a drop the...

City reports decline in construction-related injuries, deaths
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Real estate execs to city, state: Let us help with recovery efforts

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s mailboxes may be getting full. The Partnership for New York City...

Real estate execs to city, state: Let us help with recovery efforts
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State’s highest court dismisses property tax reform appeal

The state’s highest court this week dismissed an appeal that sought to reform New York’s property tax system. The...

State’s highest court dismisses property tax reform appeal
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HelloFresh inks Industry City deal for content studio

HelloFresh is trading Chelsea for Industry City. The meal kit delivery company has signed a 10-year lease at the...

HelloFresh inks Industry City deal for content studio
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Flip-flop on eviction ban extension highlights state’s chaotic response

Three days after a state agency published an order extending the eviction moratorium through Dec. 31, it flip-flopped, marking...

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A rendering of the Climate Solutions Center with Trust for Governors Island CEO Clare Newman and Mayor de Blasio (Rendering via WXY architecture + urban design/bloomimages; Governor's Island; Getty)

Going green: Governors Island could soon house climate center

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Are office landlords turning a corner or rolling over?

Are office landlords turning a corner or rolling over?
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Fear and loathing in a pandemic: Insurers battle business interruption claims

Fear and loathing in a pandemic: Insurers battle business interruption claims
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Neiman Marcus committed to 50 years at Hudson Yards. It lasted 16 months

Neiman Marcus committed to 50 years at Hudson Yards. It lasted 16 months
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“We’re seeing more militant direct action:” Tenant groups fight evictions with power drills and other tools

“We’re seeing more militant direct action:” Tenant groups fight evictions with power drills and other tools
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A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning

A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning
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“I don’t want to beat on our chest and say that we’re perfect:” Redfin’s Glenn Kelman responds to his critics

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“What would we discipline them for?”: Brokers deny discrimination at heated hearing

One by one, Long Island real estate agents appeared before U.S. senators on Thursday to respond to allegations of...

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Nightingale, Wafra seek $860M to redevelop 111 Wall Street
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Chetrit Group sues Sharif El-Gamal for unpaid rent

One New York developer is suing another for half a million in unpaid rent at a Midtown synagogue. The...

Chetrit Group sues Sharif El-Gamal for unpaid rent
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On September 1, Zumper published a set of core principles it said defined its brand: inclusivity, safety and respect....

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While most New Yorkers hunkered down when the city went into lockdown, Bob Knakal did something different. The veteran...

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