Aby Rosen says Tod Waterman stabbed him in back on Lever House deal

Aby Rosen and Lever House at 390 Park Avenue (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)
Aby Rosen and Lever House at 390 Park Avenue (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

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Singapore firm is buying Harry Macklowe’s stake in Midtown tower

Harry Macklowe is offloading his stake in a Midtown tower, while he attempts to build another one. The 82-year-old...

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Lawsuit: Douglas Elliman broker called me a “mulatto”

A Douglas Elliman broker who alleged that a former mentee tried to steal his clients is now being accused...

Aby Rosen and Lever House at 390 Park Avenue (Credit: Getty Images and Google Maps)

Aby Rosen says Tod Waterman stabbed him in back on Lever House deal

Beware of competitors offering to help you out. That is the lesson of a lawsuit filed Tuesday by RFR...

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Commercial rent stabilization bill makes a comeback, retail leasing gets boost from falling rents

Every weekday, The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news. We update this page throughout the day, starting at 9 a.m....

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Vornado’s 220 Central Park South closes $64M condo sale

Vornado Realty Trust’s 220 Central Park South has closed another pricey sale. Unit 49A, which has five bedrooms and...

Clockwise from left: 5203-5207 Church Avenue in Brooklyn, 119-40 Metropolitan Avenue in Queens, 855 East 217th Street in the Bronx and 31-35 Steinway Street in Queens (Credit: Google Maps)

Going Once, Going Twice! Portfolio of rent-stabilized properties hits auction block

A portfolio that includes a sizable chunk of rent-stabilized apartment units is hitting the auction block. Bids for the...

Clockwise from top: Robert Shapiro, Viktor Gjonaj, and Robert C. Morgan (Credit: Rochester Institute of Technology, LinkedIn, iStock)

Robert Shapiro is not alone: 5 real estate Ponzi schemes you should know about

On October 15, developer Robert Shapiro—who pleaded guilty in August for leading a $1.3 billion real estate Ponzi scheme—received...

Who’s leasing in Manhattan and which submarkets are performing best?

Who’s leasing in Manhattan and which submarkets are performing best?

Office leasing in Manhattan • Midtown saw 1,070,000 square feet in office leases inked in September, up 37 percent...

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Zillow and Opendoor aren’t making much on home-flipping

The slew of iBuying companies that have popped up in the last two years aren’t low-balling sellers, but they...



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Crunch time for Katerra?

Crunch time for Katerra?

‘Thank God’ for techies

‘Thank God’ for techies

Control freaks

Control freaks

Retail wreckage piles up

Retail wreckage piles up

Inside the shakeup at JLL

Inside the shakeup at JLL

The Closing: William Shanahan

The Closing: William Shanahan

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Elliman foots bill for agents’ new business tool

Douglas Elliman is hoping it’s found a divine trinity in a new tool that combines marketing, business management and...

Keller Williams CEO Gary Keller (Credit: Wikipedia, iStock)

Sales rise as Keller Williams pours money into tech

Sales at Keller Williams rose 5.6 percent during the third quarter, even as the Austin-based franchise faced increasing competition...

Control freaks: Institutional players take over landlords’ war on rent caps

Control freaks: Institutional players take over landlords’ war on rent caps

When Steve Kessner began buying East Harlem rental buildings in the 1980s, like most landlords of rent-stabilized apartments, he...

From left: The Blau and Berg Company's Karine Blanc, TD and Partners' Nana Duncan and Lemor Development Group's Kenneth Morrison (Credit: Blauberg, TD+Partners and Lemor)

Black developers say partnerships aren’t always equal

Developers of color say the problem of larger builders using them as tokens has not been solved — even...

550 Madison Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

Sony Building in talks with anchor tenant

The former Sony Building’s much-hyped and long-delayed revitalization is close to snagging its first big tenant. Boutique investment bank Perella Weinberg Partners — perhaps the most expensive startup in Wall Street history when it...

New York City investment sales in September 2019

New York City investment sales in September 2019

Investment sales in Manhattan and Brooklyn Manhattan investment sales rebounded in September with $2.47 billion in deals recorded —...

Workers injured at Hudson Yards scaffolding collapse, a peek at Disney’s new HQ

Workers injured at Hudson Yards scaffolding collapse, a peek at Disney’s new HQ

Every weekday The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate happenings. We update this page throughout the...

E.L. Tower at 500 South Avenue (Credit: Google Maps, iStock)

Charges dropped against tenant leader

Charges have been dropped in a Rochester case against a tenant organizer who was arrested for trespassing. The case was dismissed by Judge Morrison in court last Wednesday, according to the activist, City-Wide Rochester...

NAR approves pocket listings killer

NAR approves pocket listings killer

UPDATED 11:15 a.m., Nov. 11: The National Association of Realtors’ board approved a controversial policy that could drastically cut down on pocket listings, a popular practice in the world of luxe real estate. A...

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