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New York City co-operatives are increasingly adding new amenities to their buildings. From left: Trump Plaza, The Carlton Regency and The Dakota (Credit: Wikipedia, StreetEasy, iStock)

Keeping up with condos: How co-ops are closing the amenity gap

One year in and the Dakota’s gym still smells like brand new. The iconic 135-year-old co-operative’s addition of a...

Adam Neumann is facing a coup. Can We work without him?

Adam Neumann’s vision and hype built WeWork into the largest provider of office space in the world. But his...

Mark your calendars: These are NYC’s top real estate events next week

There are two new real estate events coming up next week! Host: Commercial Observer Date: September 24 Time: 7:30...

Alex Rodriguez, slugger-turned-investor, nears multifamily fundraise goal

UPDATED, Sept. 21, 12:25 p.m.: Retired Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez’s Monument Capital Management has raised the majority of a...

Steve Schwarzman questions WeWork’s valuation, the state is coming for LLCs: Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update...

Real estate stocks dip slightly amid Fed Rate cut, housing starts data

Real estate stocks dipped slightly this week amid the Federal Reserve’s decision to cut its benchmark interest rate and...

When Bill de Blasio announced the end of his campaign, the industry reacted largely with relief but not surprise (Credit: Getty Images and Pixabay)

De Blasio’s campaign is dead, and real estate is happy

New York’s real estate community has long had a complicated relationship with Mayor Bill de Blasio, and industry leaders...

Power lunch: Resi brokerage and lending execs dish dirt in Hudson Yards

Halstead chief Diane Ramirez quietly hunched over her arm and whispered into her wrist. The attempt at covert communication...

Small Talk: Trying to make sense of the WeWorld

The best part about the stock market is how much of a sure thing every investment is, and the...



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A rendering of Corcoran Soho (Credit: iStock and CetraRuddy)

“Perhaps a sad inevitability:” Corcoran isn’t the only firm
under attack

Last week’s stunning data breach at the Corcoran Group has residential brokerage leaders on alert amid rising cyberattacks. Brown...

Steve Croman and 60 Avenue B (Credit: Google Maps)

The Daily Dirt: Croman on the outside

More than a year after he was released from prison, much remains the same for landlord Steve Croman.  He’s a regular presence at his buildings. He still gets loans from New York Community Bank...

RXR Realty gets in on shared kitchen space startup’s national expansion

Scott Rechler’s RXR Realty is betting big on the shared commercial kitchen model. The developer led a Pasadena-based remote...

Jerry Rotonda (Credit: LinkedIn)

Former Deutsche Bank exec has defaulted on $3M loan, lawsuit says

Former Deutsche Bank executive Jerry Rotonda owes City National Bank more than $3 million, according to a recently filed...

Wendy Silverstein, co-head of WeWork’s real-estate fund, is out

The co-head of WeWork’s real estate investment fund has left the company, the latest in a string of recent...

Calling all subscribers: Listen in as TRD reporters size up NYC’s foreign investment landscape

Join The Real Deal on Tuesday, September 24 at 2 p.m. for our next subscribers-only conference call. TRD’s senior content director Jill Noonan will talk...

Clockwise from top left: A rendering of 88-92 Linden Boulevard in Flatbush, 554 4th Avenue in Gowanus, 850 Metropolitan Avenue in East Williamsburg, and 447-449 Decatur Street in Stuyvesant Heights (Credit: Brookland Capital and Google Maps)

Brookland Capital was never run correctly or efficiently, new
leader says

It has been about nine months since Ronel Ben-Dov took over beleaguered Brookland Capital, and the New Jersey landlord...

Clutter CEO and co-founder Ari Mir, and clockwise from left: 280 Fullerton Avenue, 1 Holland Avenue, 3046 Northern Boulevard and 5601 Foster Avenue (Credit: Linkedin, Google Maps)

Self-storage startup Clutter makes its first real estate play with $152M deal

On-demand self-storage start-up Clutter has broken into real estate, picking up a four-warehouse portfolio in New York for $152...

Paul Massey (Photo by Axel Dupeux)

Can Paul Massey repeat his past brokerage success with B6?

“Rain Man” and “Beaches” were playing on the big screen and the Berlin Wall was still standing. The year...

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