First signs of rent frenzy ending

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First signs of rent frenzy ending

Joe Sitt, Bert Dweck settle Madison Ave dispute with fashion house

From left: Bert H. Dweck and Joe Sitt with 790 Madison Avenue (
Joe Sitt, Bert Dweck settle Madison Ave dispute with fashion house

Hochul challengers bang pro-tenant drum before primary election

From left: U.S. Assemblymember Thomas Suozzi, Governor of New York Kathy Hochul, and New York City Public Advocate Jumaane Williams (Getty Images, iStock/Photo Illustration by Steven Dilakian for The Real Deal)
Hochul challengers bang pro-tenant drum before primary election

Scarcity play: Hoboken apartments fetch $56M

Skylight Real Estate's Bennat Berger with 300 Grand Street (Skylight Real Estate, Street Easy, iStock)
Scarcity play: Hoboken apartments fetch $56M

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From left: Howard Lorber, Bess Freedman, Ryan Serhant, Eddie Shapiro, and Robert Reffkin (Douglas Elliman, SERHANT, Compass, Getty Images, Brown Harris Stevens, iStock)
National

Brokerage execs condemn SCOTUS ruling, pledge to cover abortion costs

A growing number of real estate brokerages have promised financial assistance to employees seeking abortions in states that restrict...

Brokerage execs condemn SCOTUS ruling, pledge to cover abortion costs
From left: Lawrence Friedland and Stanley Zabar in front of 2231 Broadway (Getty Images, Friedland Properties, iStock)

Friedland sues Zabar family in UWS dispute

The owners of the famed Zabar’s gourmet food store have left a sour taste with one developer, who is suing the family over an Upper West Side property. Friedland Properties filed a lawsuit against...

Friedland sues Zabar family in UWS dispute
Rental Market, Rents, Zumper, National, Mortgage Rates, Housing Market, Home Prices
National

First signs of rent frenzy ending

After months of soaring rents, firms tracking national apartment prices say national rent growth has slowed, an early sign of a cooling market. A recent report by rental platform Apartment List showed that in...

First signs of rent frenzy ending
From left: CHIP’s Jay Martin; Met Council on Housing’s Kate Ehrenberg (CHIP, Met Council on Housing, iStock)
News Analysis

Rent stabilization: dysfunctional by design

Landlords and tenants finally agree on something: Rent stabilization is broken and needs reform. But they are ignoring a larger truth: Price controls for housing haven’t worked, aren’t working and never will work. First,...

Rent stabilization: dysfunctional by design
Allure’s Joel Landau and 9036 7th Avenue in Brooklyn (Allure, Google Maps)

Abe Leser’s ailing hospital deal revived for $160M

A moribund nine-figure deal for a Brooklyn medical facility has been resuscitated. Nursing home operator Allure Group bought the...

Abe Leser’s ailing hospital deal revived for $160M
The Closing: Janice Mac Avoy
National Issue Archive

Real estate attorney Janice Mac Avoy on skyline-shaping deals and pro-choice activism

When real estate’s wealthiest and most powerful have it all on the line, they call Janice Mac Avoy. Take the $5.45 billion sale of Stuyvesant Town. When bondholders sued to block the transaction, Mac...

Real estate attorney Janice Mac Avoy on skyline-shaping deals and pro-choice activism
Skylight Real Estate's Bennat Berger with 300 Grand Street (Skylight Real Estate, Street Easy, iStock)
Tri-State

Scarcity play: Hoboken apartments fetch $56M

It’s all about scarcity. A joint venture purchased a 99-unit multifamily complex in a tight New Jersey rental market...

Scarcity play: Hoboken apartments fetch $56M

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Joseph Chetrit: The man from Morocco
Joseph Chetrit: The man from Morocco
Joseph Chetrit: The man from Morocco
Is it last call for America’s housing boom?
Is it last call for America’s housing boom?
Is it last call for America’s housing boom?
Deans of design: Ranking New York’s busiest architecture firms
Deans of design: Ranking New York’s busiest architecture firms
Deans of design: Ranking New York’s busiest architecture firms
Rob Speyer on the long arc of megadevelopment, New York’s renaissance and proptech bets
Rob Speyer on the long arc of megadevelopment, New York’s renaissance and proptech bets
Rob Speyer on the long arc of megadevelopment, New York’s renaissance and proptech bets
Sister act: How CBRE’s Darla Longo and Barbara Perrier became an industrial force
Sister act: How CBRE’s Darla Longo and Barbara Perrier became an industrial force
Sister act: How CBRE’s Darla Longo and Barbara Perrier became an industrial force
The Closing: Eran Chen
The Closing: Eran Chen
The Closing: Eran Chen
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Four Must Do’s Before Selling Your House
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Four Must Do’s Before Selling Your House

If you’ve been paying attention to the market, you know that it’s a great time to be a seller....

Four Must Do’s Before Selling Your House
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National

U.S. home price growth slows for first time in five months

Is the U.S. housing market finally slowing down? The latest report gives inconclusive answers. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index...

U.S. home price growth slows for first time in five months
Marcus & Millichap Associate David Ferber in front of part of the 30-building, 319-unit portfolio concentrated in Jersey City (Marcus and Millichap, iStock)
Tri-State

Hot rental market boosts NJ multifamily despite rate hikes

While soaring interest rates have doomed some commercial deals, multifamily brokers in New Jersey say demand is still strong...

Hot rental market boosts NJ multifamily despite rate hikes
Orbach Affordable Housing Solutions' Meyer Orbach and One East River Place (Orbach Housing, Google Maps)

Black Spruce, Orbach strike $1.8B NYC multifamily deal

Rising interest rates and a looming recession weren’t enough to deter Josh Gotlib’s Black Spruce Management from the city’s...

Black Spruce, Orbach strike $1.8B NYC multifamily deal
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Future City: Flat is the new up

Three’s company HomeLight, a San Francisco-based proptech firm that facilitates contingency-free, cash transactions, bought the Denver-headquartered fintech Accept.inc — its third acquisition in as many years — making it the largest “agent-focused cash offer...

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