From the March issue: In this month’s feature on government-related real estate news, The Real Deal first takes a look at Queens, where Borough President Melinda Katz has joined the fight to save the New York State Pavilion. In February, she announced plans to put together a task force aimed at saving “The Tent of Tomorrow.” Meanwhile, in Brooklyn, the former psychiatric ward at Kings County Hospital in Crown Heights will give way to an affordable housing complex. See these items and more after the jump.
|Real estate has found its answer to startup culture in Opportunity Zones, panel says|
|Real estate execs say Amazon “is great” for New York but question if the city’s infrastructure can sustain new residents|
|Aby Rosen nixed condo plans at this Tribeca site. Now another developer is giving it a shot|
|Brooklyn’s tallest tower may soon rise thanks to massive Silverstein loan|
|Brookfield turns to Apollo Global for financing on 666 Fifth Avenue|
|Treasury dramatically sharpens LLC disclosure rules|
|OnSiteIQ, with big NYC developer clients, raises $2M in seed funding round|