Hochul boosts film studios, shuns pied-à-terre tax

Governor Kathy Hochul, casino chips, film camera
Governor Kathy Hochul (Illustration by The Real Deal with Getty)
Hochul boosts film studios, shuns pied-à-terre tax

A look at real estate’s nepo babies

A look at real estate’s nepo babies
A look at real estate’s nepo babies

Industrial is still hot: Monello planning 70K sf warehouse

125 Pompton Plains Crossroad in Wayne, NJ (Google Maps)
Industrial is still hot: Monello planning 70K sf warehouse

NYC to weigh hybrid work for city employees

From left: SSEU Local 371 president Anthony Wells and Mayor of New York City Eric Adams (Getty, SSEU Local 371)
NYC to weigh hybrid work for city employees

Editor’s note: Legacy kids and scrappy up-and-comers

Editor’s note: Legacy kids and scrappy up-and-comers
Editor’s note: Legacy kids and scrappy up-and-comers

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370 Livingston Street (Google Maps, Getty)

Developer plans 105 units in Downtown Brooklyn

Another sizable residential property is coming to Downtown Brooklyn. Yitzchok Katz filed plans this week for a 186,000-square-foot property...

Developer plans 105 units in Downtown Brooklyn
From left: SSEU Local 371 president Anthony Wells and Mayor of New York City Eric Adams (Getty, SSEU Local 371)

NYC to weigh hybrid work for city employees

City Hall is slowly relenting on its resistance to hybrid work for municipal employees. Officials agreed to consider a hybrid work scenario for DC 37 workers as negotiations with the union continue, Gothamist reported....

NYC to weigh hybrid work for city employees
Sleek and streamlined, this gorgeous walk-in closet accented by LED strip lighting has the perfect balance of hanging, shelving and drawer space. Located in Miami Beach this client requested a modern take on the Miami Closet. Adding bronze reflective glass doors to the upgraded white finish with matte gold accessories really brought this room to life. The island with a glass top countertop for jewelry display was just the cherry on top. Photo Creds: Giang Haus
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Upgrade your Miami Home With California Closets

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Upgrade your Miami Home With California Closets
139 West 46th Street and 15 West 39th Street

Landlord boots one of Times Square’s last music shops

After rising rents shuttered the last of the famed music shops that spanned Times Square’s 48th Street, musicians seeking...

Landlord boots one of Times Square’s last music shops
125 Pompton Plains Crossroad in Wayne, NJ (Google Maps)
Tri-State

Industrial is still hot: Monello planning 70K sf warehouse

The warehouse space race isn’t over. With the industrial market still tight, Monello Landscape Industries is seeking to build...

Industrial is still hot: Monello planning 70K sf warehouse
A look at real estate’s nepo babies
National Issue

A look at real estate’s nepo babies

Everyone loves a dynasty. But few fields are as dominated by hereditary empires as real estate. If the business is built on relationships, as industry players like to say, why not tap into your...

A look at real estate’s nepo babies

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A look at real estate’s nepo babies
A look at real estate’s nepo babies
A look at real estate’s nepo babies
From California to New York, YIMBYism is going mainstream
From California to New York, YIMBYism is going mainstream
From California to New York, YIMBYism is going mainstream
Soaring costs and slowing demand complicate South Florida condo projects
Soaring costs and slowing demand complicate South Florida condo projects
Soaring costs and slowing demand complicate South Florida condo projects
Survivors of the proptech apocalypse share lessons learned
Survivors of the proptech apocalypse share lessons learned
Survivors of the proptech apocalypse share lessons learned
Multifamily player Tides Equities faces $6.5B dilemma in the Sun Belt
Multifamily player Tides Equities faces $6.5B dilemma in the Sun Belt
Multifamily player Tides Equities faces $6.5B dilemma in the Sun Belt
The Closing: Alicia Cervera Lamadrid
The Closing: Alicia Cervera Lamadrid
The Closing: Alicia Cervera Lamadrid
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GreenBarn Investment Group's David Welsh and David Schonbraun (SL Green, Senlac Ridge)
Tri-State

Ex-SL Green CIO David Schonbraun joins David Welsh’s Senlac Ridge

Less than two years after leaving SL Green Realty for Carlyle Group, David Schonbraun is on the move again....

Ex-SL Green CIO David Schonbraun joins David Welsh’s Senlac Ridge
781 Fifth Avenue and Howard Lorber

Full 17th floor at Sherry-Netherland asks $30 million

Apartments, like best friends and all-inclusive resorts, sometimes come as a package deal. Four units on the 17th floor...

Full 17th floor at Sherry-Netherland asks $30 million
Council member Pierina Sanchez and Public Advocate Jumaane Williams (Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal with Getty, New York City Council)

Bill targets co-op discrimination against buyers

Two city politicians are introducing a bill aimed at curtailing discrimination by co-op boards. Public Advocate Jumaane Williams and...

Bill targets co-op discrimination against buyers
Can You Remodel in the Winter?
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Can You Remodel in the Winter?

Getting the itch to remodel this winter? You’re not alone! Turns out, 55% of homeowners decided to renovate in 2022, most often citing the desire to increase their home enjoyment or modernize their living...

Can You Remodel in the Winter?
A photo illustration of The Agency’s Rainy Austin and Mauricio Umansky (Getty, The Agency)
National

Layoffs hit The Agency

The Agency is the latest residential brokerage resorting to layoffs. The California-based firm confirmed to The Real Deal it had let go of 15 people, or about 4 percent of its staff. “We are...

Layoffs hit The Agency
Bruce Teitelbaum; West 145th Street and Lenox Avenue (Getty, Google Maps)

Bruce Teitelbaum reboots controversial Harlem project

Bruce Teitelbaum is giving the City Council a second chance to approve affordable housing on his Harlem development site....

Bruce Teitelbaum reboots controversial Harlem project

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