Corcoran shakeup: Cunningham out; Malin now COO

Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman and president of sales Bill Cunningham 
Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman and president of sales Bill Cunningham. The longtime president of sales is leaving the firm. 

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Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman and president of sales Bill Cunningham 

Corcoran shakeup: Bill Cunningham out; Gary Malin now COO

Bill Cunningham, the Corcoran Group’s president of sales, is leaving the firm, The Real Deal has learned. The move...

Battle of the boroughs: Tallying the city’s top law firms by real estate loans

Battle of the boroughs: Tallying the city’s top law firms by real estate loans

UPDATED: Nov. 7, 2019, 10:22 a.m.: Fried Frank also topped the list of law firms that oversaw the largest...

Playboy CEO Ben Kohn and Adam Hochfelder with 510 West 42nd Street (Credit: Google Maps, Getty Images)

Exposed: Playboy has left the Playboy Club New York

Playboy Enterprises has stripped all of its licensing from its pricey Manhattan members-only club. The recently revamped restaurant and...

From left: RPG CEO Bruce Teitelbaum, L&L MAG CEO MaryAnne Gilmartin, 44-02 Vernon Boulevard in Long Island City and Douglas Durst (Credit: Google Maps)

Durst deadlocked with owners of prime LIC site

A Long Island City development site next to Amazon’s abandoned headquarters location — mockingly called “Lake Vernon” for its...

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Developer files plans for mixed-use project facing BQE

After overcoming concerns about air and sound pollution, Brooklyn developer Bruchy Lefkowitz is moving ahead with plans for a...

A rendering of 1 St. Marks Place

New boutique office building headed for East Village’s St. Mark’s

Another high-priced, boutique office building is moving forward in Midtown South. Real Estate Equities Corp.’s development at 1 St....

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Hudson Yards (Credit: Getty Images)

It’s official: Facebook is taking 1.5M sf in Hudson Yards

Facebook has officially inked its long-rumored lease at Hudson Yards. The tech giant will take more than 1.5 million...

Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son (Credit: Getty Images)

SoftBank’s $3B payout to WeWork’s investors is delayed

After everything that’s happened at WeWork, shareholders now have a new worry. SoftBank is delaying a $3 billion tender...

131-01 39th Avenue in Flushing (Credit: Google Maps)

Another megaproject coming to Flushing

The real estate boom in Flushing will continue with yet another megaproject. The development, at 131-01 39th Avenue, will span about 664,000 square feet, including 339,000 square feet of residential space, 314,000 square feet...



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Retail wreckage piles up

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Inside the shakeup at JLL

The Closing: William Shanahan

The Closing: William Shanahan

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TRD’s Fall Tri-state issue drops soon!

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WeWork under pressure as losses soar to $1.25B

WeWork lost $1.25 billion in the third quarter — up from $497 million in the same time period last...

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WeWork losses soar, SoftBank asked Jared Kushner to divest from Cadre

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“That’s the best you can do?” Eliot Spitzer and Eran Chen on their recent project

Architects and developers need each other, but their dynamic often puts them at odds. Developer and former New York...

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As a percentage of the city’s housing stock, townhouses aren’t just small, they’re minuscule. But they’ve attracted outsized attention in recent months. Most notably, this summer, a 48-foot-wide limestone mansion on East 67th Street...

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The city’s rental growth is slowing

New York City’s rental market in October continued to see gains — thanks to languid home sales — but the growth is slowing. The median rent in Manhattan edged up last month to $3,500....

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Council to vote on bill to curb Mitchell-Lama cheating

The New York City Council is expected to pass a bill Thursday that aims to highlight violations of the...

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One of Gary Barnett’s longtime deputies is leaving Extell

One of Gary Barnett’s longtime deputies is leaving Extell Development after more than two decades at the prolific builder....

Macklowe selling out of Midtown tower, Brooklyn lawmaker wants to rewrite federal housing rules

Macklowe selling out of Midtown tower, Brooklyn lawmaker wants to rewrite federal housing rules

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