Bidding war erupts for All Year’s big Brooklyn portfolio

273 Skillman Street, 83 Nostrand Avenue and 1358 Dekalb Avenue with Andrew Farkas of Island Capital (Google Maps, Getty)
273 Skillman Street, 83 Nostrand Avenue and 1358 DeKalb Avenue with Andrew Farkas of Island Capital (Google Maps, Getty)
Bidding war erupts for All Year’s big Brooklyn portfolio

Home prices up 20%, but buyers, take heart

The year-over-year rise in home prices was just below the 19.8 percent annual rise in August. (iStock)
Home prices up 20%, but buyers, take heart

Light i-sales precede heavy eating

Light i-sales precede heavy eating
Light i-sales precede heavy eating

Dov Hertz lands $442M loan for Sunset Park warehouse project

Dov Hertz lands $442M loan for Sunset Park warehouse project
Dov Hertz lands $442M loan for Sunset Park warehouse project

Last-mile facilities dominating industrial real estate

Last-mile facilities dominating industrial real estate
Last-mile facilities dominating industrial real estate

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Carlyle's Kewsong Lee and Jason Hart with 22-22 Jackson Avenue (Carlyle Group, ODA Architecture)

For $85M, Carlyle nabs another LIC resi building

The Carlyle Group is wading further into the Queens multifamily market. The asset manager picked up the Jenga tower...

For $85M, Carlyle nabs another LIC resi building
City law protecting commercial tenants upheld on appeal

City law protecting commercial tenants upheld on appeal

In a win for commercial tenants, an appeals court upheld the city’s key pandemic-era protection that landlords had challenged...

City law protecting commercial tenants upheld on appeal
Photo Illustration of Elon Musk (Getty)
Los Angeles

Musk could save $2B in California taxes on Texas move

Elon Musk’s claim of residency in Texas could save a $2 billion capital gains tab if he follows through...

Musk could save $2B in California taxes on Texas move
The year-over-year rise in home prices was just below the 19.8 percent annual rise in August. (iStock)
National

Home prices up 20%, but buyers, take heart

U.S. home prices remain significantly higher than a year ago, but the growth is easing and perhaps even ending, according to new figures. U.S. home prices increased 19.5 percent year-over-year in September, according to...

Home prices up 20%, but buyers, take heart
Brookfield picks up Clifton industrial complex
Tri-State

Brookfield picks up Clifton industrial complex

Some day, the inferno of industrial buying will burn out. Not today, though. Brookfield Asset Management just threw another...

Brookfield picks up Clifton industrial complex

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The games lenders play
The games lenders play
The games lenders play
The ascendants: New leaders take the helm at city’s top brokerages
The ascendants: New leaders take the helm at city’s top brokerages
The ascendants: New leaders take the helm at city’s top brokerages
Investors surf the life sciences wave in the Bay Area
Investors surf the life sciences wave in the Bay Area
Investors surf the life sciences wave in the Bay Area
From left: Cavalli Tower with Hussain Sajwani of Damac and the Surfside condo collapse site (Damac, Wikimedia, Getty)
From Dubai to Surfside: Inside Damac’s plans to redevelop the tragic site
From Dubai to Surfside: Inside Damac’s plans to redevelop the tragic site
How an unheralded developer survived NYC’s fraught rezoning process
How an unheralded developer survived NYC’s fraught rezoning process
How an unheralded developer survived NYC’s fraught rezoning process
The Closing: Albert Laboz
The Closing: Albert Laboz
The Closing: Albert Laboz
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Landlords were less likely to respond to renters they thought were African American or Latino. (iStock)
National

Landlords more likely to ignore applicants of color

New research outlines how landlords are more likely to ignore renters they perceive as African American and Latino, perpetuating...

Landlords more likely to ignore applicants of color
Newest unicorn is property-services startup Lessen
National

Newest unicorn is property-services startup Lessen

A historic year for proptech fundraising has produced another unicorn. Lessen, a real estate management platform that connects property...

Newest unicorn is property-services startup Lessen
Terwilliger & Bartone managing partner Anthony Bartone and 461 Railroad Avenue in Westbury LI (Google Maps, Terwilliger & Bartone, iStock)
Tri-State

Westbury apartment project scores 20-year tax break

A 72-unit apartment building proposed for downtown Westbury is one step closer to reality for the developer, which secured...

Westbury apartment project scores 20-year tax break
Light i-sales precede heavy eating

Light i-sales precede heavy eating

During the short week preceding the Thanksgiving holiday, multifamily sales continued to light up the mid-level i-sales market. Three of four sales recorded between $10 million and $40 million were residential buildings, with two...

Light i-sales precede heavy eating
Investors surf the life sciences wave in the Bay Area
National Issue

Investors surf the life sciences wave in the Bay Area

You might think San Francisco’s priciest per-square-foot commercial deal was about tech. You’d be wrong: It was KKR’s $1.1...

Investors surf the life sciences wave in the Bay Area

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