WATCH: NYC real estate’s week in numbers

$13B in NYC home sales, $30K in owed rent for Mickey Rourke and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 28, 2017 04:25 PM

A 42 percent increase in retail rents in Greenpoint, a 8,918 sf lease at Aby Rosen’s Germania Bank Building and $500 million in refinancing at 330 Madison Avenue. In real estate, it’s all about the numbers.

This past week, The Real Deal reported on the drop in dollar volume of Queens investment sales in the first half of 2017, the no-longer-sacred churches that could hit the market soon and what Empire State Building will spend on a new observatory entrance.

To see some of the biggest news of the past week in 10 numbers, watch the video above.

For more videos, visit The Real Deal’s YouTube page.


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