What you need to know about Zumper, a $400M startup accused of renter bias

Zumper CEO Anthemos Georgiades (Getty; iStock)
Zumper CEO Anthemos Georgiades (Getty; iStock)
What you need to know about Zumper, a $400M startup accused of renter bias

JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York

The Real Deal founder and publisher Amir Korangy and Massey Knakal founder Bob Knakal
JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York

City considers controversial Flushing rezoning

A rendering of the Flushing waterfront and Council member Peter Koo (Rendering via Hill West Architects; New York City Council)
City considers controversial Flushing rezoning

Wall Street investors bet on single-family rentals as mortgage payments stack up

Wall Street investors are prepared to buy and turn single-family homes into rentals when forbearance programs expire and homeowners look to sell. (iStock)
Wall Street investors bet on single-family rentals as mortgage payments stack up

Shvo to hell: Inside the ugly dispute between Michael Shvo and his partner pal

Serdar Bilgili and Michael Shvo (Illustration by Paul Dilakian for The Real Deal)
Shvo to hell: Inside the ugly dispute between Michael Shvo and his partner pal

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 The Qualtrics Tower at 1201 2nd Avenue in Seattle with Hana Financial CEO Kim Jung-tai and Skanska USA CEO Richard Kennedy (Google Maps)

$700M Seattle office tower buy would be among largest Covid-era property deals

In what could soon be the biggest single-property acquisition of the Coronavirus era, a South Korean consortium has signed...

$700M Seattle office tower buy would be among largest Covid-era property deals
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Fifth Ave co-op owned by Rockefeller family hits market

A Fifth Avenue apartment with a connection to one of New York City’s most powerful families — and uninterrupted...

Fifth Ave co-op owned by Rockefeller family hits market
Are office landlords turning a corner or rolling over?

Are office landlords turning a corner or rolling over?

Office landlords and leasing agents breathed a sigh of relief this month when Facebook inked a massive lease deal...

Are office landlords turning a corner or rolling over?
Nightingale’s Eli Schwartz and 111 Wall Street (Credit: Google Maps)

Nightingale, Wafra seek $860M to redevelop 111 Wall Street

Nightingale Group and Wafra Capital Partners are seeking a five-year, $860 million loan to redevelop 111 Wall Street. The...

Nightingale, Wafra seek $860M to redevelop 111 Wall Street
Sharif El-Gamal, Joseph Chetrit and 1384 Broadway (Getty; Google Maps)

Chetrit Group sues Sharif El-Gamal for unpaid rent

One New York developer is suing another for half a million in unpaid rent at a Midtown synagogue. The...

Chetrit Group sues Sharif El-Gamal for unpaid rent
Wall Street investors are prepared to buy and turn single-family homes into rentals when forbearance programs expire and homeowners look to sell. (iStock)

Wall Street investors bet on single-family rentals as mortgage payments stack up

Wall Street landlords, which emerged during the 2008 downturn, are prepared for windfall as homeowners skip mortgage payments. Firms...

Wall Street investors bet on single-family rentals as mortgage payments stack up
Zumper CEO Anthemos Georgiades (Getty; iStock)

What you need to know about Zumper, a $400M startup accused of renter bias

On September 1, Zumper published a set of core principles it said defined its brand: inclusivity, safety and respect....

What you need to know about Zumper, a $400M startup accused of renter bias
The Real Deal founder and publisher Amir Korangy and Massey Knakal founder Bob Knakal

JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York

While most New Yorkers hunkered down when the city went into lockdown, Bob Knakal did something different. The veteran...

JLL’s Bob Knakal on the future of New York
A rendering of the Flushing waterfront and Council member Peter Koo (Rendering via Hill West Architects; New York City Council)

City Planning considers controversial Flushing waterfront rezoning

The city is moving forward with a controversial proposal to rezone a chunk of Flushing’s waterfront, which would pave...

City Planning considers controversial Flushing waterfront rezoning

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Fear and loathing in a pandemic: Insurers battle business interruption claims

Fear and loathing in a pandemic: Insurers battle business interruption claims
Neiman Marcus committed to 50 years at Hudson Yards. It lasted 16 months

Neiman Marcus committed to 50 years at Hudson Yards. It lasted 16 months

Neiman Marcus committed to 50 years at Hudson Yards. It lasted 16 months
“We’re seeing more militant direct action:” Tenant groups fight evictions with power drills and other tools

“We’re seeing more militant direct action:” Tenant groups fight evictions with power drills and other tools

“We’re seeing more militant direct action:” Tenant groups fight evictions with power drills and other tools
A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning

A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning

A boomtown for a bygone era: Koreatown developers face a reckoning
“I don’t want to beat on our chest and say that we’re perfect:” Redfin’s Glenn Kelman responds to his critics

“I don’t want to beat on our chest and say that we’re perfect:” Redfin’s Glenn Kelman responds to his critics

“I don’t want to beat on our chest and say that we’re perfect:” Redfin’s Glenn Kelman responds to his critics
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Isaac Hager’s Downtown Brooklyn hotel heads to foreclosure

A Downtown Brooklyn hotel that provided housing for the homeless is facing foreclosure. The 174-key Tillary Hotel at 85...

Isaac Hager’s Downtown Brooklyn hotel heads to foreclosure
Carlyle CEO Kewsong Lee and 24-02 Queens Plaza South in Long Island City (Getty; Atlas Capital)

Carlyle Group pockets $40M LIC trade school building

The Carlyle Group has picked up a Long Island City trade school building for $40 million. The private-equity firm...

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André Balazs lists lavish Soho condo for $12M

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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner list NYC pied-à-terre for $5.9M

Singer Joe Jonas and actress Sophie Turner are looking to sell their New York City home and become full-time...

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Korean Air eyes sale of LA’s tallest tower

Korean Air eyes sale of LA’s tallest tower

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Ben Carson’s office is what one might expect from a former neurosurgeon: clean, with few distractions, in a sterile, hospital-like setting. The Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has routinely...

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Bankrupt New York Sports Clubs owner makes lender-takeover deal

Town Sports International Holdings, the bankrupt owner of New York Sports Clubs, has reportedly worked out a takeover deal...

Bankrupt New York Sports Clubs owner makes lender-takeover deal
Greystone Development CEO Thomas Ryan and an image of the project (Courtesy of James Hooker, Greystone)

Greystone eyes $40M-plus for Park Slope luxury apartments

Greystone Development is looking to get north of $40 million for its new luxury rental apartment building in Park...

Greystone eyes $40M-plus for Park Slope luxury apartments

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