NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading

(Photo illustration by The Real Deal)
(Photo illustration by The Real Deal)
NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading

Real New York sues Compass agents for breach of contract

Robert Rahmanian, Louis Adler, Lyndsey Casagrande, Kenny Fung and Robert Reffkin (Getty)
Real New York sues Compass agents for breach of contract

Jeff Winick sued by IRS for not paying taxes

Jeff Winick (Getty)
Jeff Winick sued by IRS for not paying taxes

Billionaire hedge funder James Dinan pays $49M for Palm Beach spec mansion

James Dinan and Elizabeth Miller and the property (Josh Quick, J. Quick Studios, Getty)
Billionaire hedge funder James Dinan pays $49M for Palm Beach spec mansion

Bill to audit 421a gets hearing as pols put subsidy in crosshairs

REBNY's James Whelan, Sen. Brad Hoylman and Assemblymember Emily Gallagher (Getty, Whelan via Anuja Shakya)
Bill to audit 421a gets hearing as pols put subsidy in crosshairs

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From left: Howard Lorber, Spencer Rascoff, Rob Speyer, and Steve Witkoff (Getty, Twitter)
National

The definitive real estate SPAC tracker

Blink and you’ll miss a new SPAC. With billions of dollars flowing into blank-check firms, a growing number of real estate players are targeting proptech. As an alternative to the traditional IPO, special-purpose acquisition...

The definitive real estate SPAC tracker
StreetEasy to hike rental listing fees by 50% on June 1

StreetEasy to hike rental listing fees by 50% on June 1

New York City agents can say goodbye to StreetEasy’s pandemic discounts. The Zillow Group-owned listing portal is raising the...

StreetEasy to hike rental listing fees by 50% on June 1
Ascent Development's Tien Vominh and a rendering of the project at at 45-30 Pearson Street (Ascent Development)

Ascent nabs $48M construction loan for LIC condos

What’s a condo developer to do when a pandemic injects uncertainty into the market? One decided to go bigger...

Ascent nabs $48M construction loan for LIC condos
NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading
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NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading

The year is 2030. New York City landlords, struggling to comply with city-mandated greenhouse gas emission caps, are on...

NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading
Jeff Winick (Getty)

Jeff Winick sued by IRS for not paying taxes

Jeff Winick, the founder and CEO of Winick Realty Group and one of New York’s top retail brokers, is...

Jeff Winick sued by IRS for not paying taxes
Warren Buffet and a prototype of a MiTek and Danny Forster & Architecture building. (MiTek, Getty)
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Warren Buffett bets on modular construction

The Oracle of Omaha is making a contrarian bet on modular construction. MiTek, a Missouri construction company owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, is launching a new modular building venture, the Wall Street Journal...

Warren Buffett bets on modular construction

Inside The National issue

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The social housing movement picks up steam
The social housing movement picks up steam
The social housing movement picks up steam
How Marc Ganzi bet Colony Capital’s future on the next-gen economy
How Marc Ganzi bet Colony Capital’s future on the next-gen economy
How Marc Ganzi bet Colony Capital’s future on the next-gen economy
New York’s biggest general contractors
New York’s biggest general contractors
New York’s biggest general contractors
Real estate’s susceptibility to data breaches
Real estate’s susceptibility to data breaches
Real estate’s susceptibility to data breaches
Inside New York City Co-op Discrimination
“Not our kind”: How discrimination persists in New York co-ops
“Not our kind”: How discrimination persists in New York co-ops
The Closing: Scott Durkin
The Closing: Scott Durkin
The Closing: Scott Durkin
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Largest landlords adopt certification for smart buildings
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Largest landlords adopt certification for smart buildings

 Read the WiredScore smart buildings white paper On Tuesday 20th April, WiredScore launched a new certification for smart buildings:...

Largest landlords adopt certification for smart buildings
Lower demand for refinancings has caused purchase loans to take a larger share of the market. (iStock)
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Mortgage demand plummets to lowest level in a year

The once red-hot mortgage market is cooling down. Mortgage demand fell in April to its lowest level in almost...

Mortgage demand plummets to lowest level in a year
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When local rejection reshapes development

Manhattan Community Board 2’s land use committee meeting in April was jam-packed. Attendees filled the NYU Silver Center classroom to the point where dozens of people were standing for a discussion about plans to...

When local rejection reshapes development
Private investment funds targeting real estate had about $356 billion in cash reserves in April. (iStock)
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Pension funds, private equity splurge on real estate

Some of the largest pension funds and private equity firms are once again gearing up to invest in commercial...

Pension funds, private equity splurge on real estate
1959 Jerome Avenue, 133-33 Brookville Boulevard and 407 Park Avenue. (Google Maps)

Office deals top last week’s mid-market i-sales

Five mid-market investment sales were recorded in the city last week for a total of $103.6 million, smashing the...

Office deals top last week’s mid-market i-sales
60 Norfolk Street with Gotham Organization Chairman Joel Picket and CEO David Picket (Gotham/Dattner Architects)

Gotham Org lands more loans for Lower East Side development

Gotham Organization has secured $50.4 million in financing for the second phase of its massive Lower East Side development...

Gotham Org lands more loans for Lower East Side development

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