Landlords ask Cuomo to ditch eviction ban

RSA President Joe Strasburg (Jefferson Siegel) and Governor Cuomo (Getty)
RSA President Joe Strasburg (Jefferson Siegel) and Governor Cuomo (Getty)
Landlords ask Cuomo to ditch eviction ban

Alvin Dworman Sells 3 Manhattan Buildings for $65M

From left: Alvin Dworman, 155 East 55th Street, 65 West 55th Street, and 210 East 58th Street (Getty, Google Maps)
Alvin Dworman Sells 3 Manhattan Buildings for $65M

Bronx multifamily development gets $63M loan

322 Grand Concourse in the Bronx and Martin Nussbaum of Slate Property Group and Scale Lending (Google Maps, Slate)
Bronx multifamily development gets $63M loan

These projects missed the rezoning deadline

Clockwise from top left: 3-15 26th Avenue in Astoria, 1571 McDonald Avenue in Borough Park and 1160 Flushing Avenue in Bushwick (Google Maps)
These projects missed the rezoning deadline

Business alliance urges de Blasio not to blow $22 billion federal aid windfall

Mayor Bill de Blasio and REBNY president James Whelan (Getty, Whelan via Anuja Shakya)
Business alliance urges de Blasio not to blow $22 billion federal aid windfall

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From left: Alvin Dworman, 155 East 55th Street, 65 West 55th Street, and 210 East 58th Street (Getty, Google Maps)

Alvin Dworman Sells 3 Manhattan Buildings for $65M

Two years after three Manhattan rental buildings were put up for sale to settle a dispute in arbitration, they...

Alvin Dworman Sells 3 Manhattan Buildings for $65M
322 Grand Concourse in the Bronx and Martin Nussbaum of Slate Property Group and Scale Lending (Google Maps, Slate)

Bronx multifamily development gets $63M loan

Simon Kaufman’s YS Developers scored a $63 million construction loan for a 14-story, 151-unit residential development in the Bronx....

Bronx multifamily development gets $63M loan
Clockwise from top left: 3-15 26th Avenue in Astoria, 1571 McDonald Avenue in Borough Park and 1160 Flushing Avenue in Bushwick (Google Maps)

These projects missed the rezoning deadline

A flurry of rezoning applications developers filed last month for new projects now face an uncertain future. The 22 applications submitted to the Department of City Planning missed an April 30 certification deadline, meaning...

These projects missed the rezoning deadline
(iStock/Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)
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New housing construction leaves US 5.5 million units short

In the past 20 years, new housing construction lagged 5.5 million units behind historical levels, according to a report...

New housing construction leaves US 5.5 million units short

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Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down
Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down
Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down
Related Group’s condo kings expand their realm
Related Group’s condo kings expand their realm
Related Group’s condo kings expand their realm
The grand reopening: As restrictions lift, CRE markets race toward recovery
The grand reopening: As restrictions lift, CRE markets race toward recovery
The grand reopening: As restrictions lift, CRE markets race toward recovery
Meet the 20-somethings funneling their crypto millions into real estate
Meet the 20-somethings funneling their crypto millions into real estate
Meet the 20-somethings funneling their crypto millions into real estate
Why passive house could become NYC’s next design standard
Why passive house could become NYC’s next design standard
Why passive house could become NYC’s next design standard
The Closing: Janice Mac Avoy
The Closing: Janice Mac Avoy
The Closing: Janice Mac Avoy
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Using Technology to Increase Investor Confidence
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Using Technology to Increase Investor Confidence

 For an industry where detail, timeliness and accurate metrics mean so much, the investment world still relies too heavily...

Using Technology to Increase Investor Confidence
A long road ahead for office landlords
National Archive Issue

A long road ahead for office landlords

Manhattan’s Paramount Group received an unsolicited takeover bid early last month for about two-thirds of what the company was worth prior to Covid. Just a few weeks later, the real estate investment trust’s board...

A long road ahead for office landlords
(Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)
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Single-family rent growth more than doubles in April

April showers bring May flowers — but this year, daffodils aren’t the only things sprouting in your yard. Rents...

Single-family rent growth more than doubles in April
Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down
National Issue

Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down

Theresa Battle’s first thought each morning is whether today is the day she’ll lose her two-story house in Jamaica,...

Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down
(Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)

Years ago he took a bribe. Now he can’t get a license

A former city building inspector is suing the Department of Buildings after it denied him a professional license for...

Years ago he took a bribe. Now he can’t get a license
NYCEEC co-CEOs Curtis Probst and Fred Lee (iStock, NYEEC)

The wait is over: C-PACE finally goes live in NYC

New York City landlords and developers can finally tap into a new green financing tool that could become a...

The wait is over: C-PACE finally goes live in NYC
Confidence is lowest in the Northeast and Midwest, at 73 and 70. (iStock)
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Homebuilder sentiment slides to 10-month low in June

The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index — which tracks homebuilder confidence in current and future...

Homebuilder sentiment slides to 10-month low in June

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