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Here are the quiet tricks NYC retail landlords use to boost rent rolls

Here are the quiet tricks NYC retail landlords use to boost rent rolls

UPDATED, Sep. 21 , 3:13 p.m.: In New York City’s retail world — which serves residents’ around-the-clock needs from...

Here are the quiet tricks NYC retail landlords use to boost rent rolls
Will a tech giant’s huge appetite transform a vibrant slice of Manhattan?

Will a tech giant’s huge appetite transform a vibrant slice of Manhattan?

It started as a lease expansion. But Google — in its quest for dominion over Chelsea and the Meatpacking...

Will a tech giant’s huge appetite transform a vibrant slice of Manhattan?
Raphael Toledano’s fast and rocky ride

Raphael Toledano’s fast and rocky ride

Raphael Toledano has difficulty staying still. On a recent afternoon, the stubble-faced real estate wunderkind sat in his office,...

Raphael Toledano’s fast and rocky ride
Is the assemblage game going to pieces?

Is the assemblage game going to pieces?

Piecing together a sizable parcel of Manhattan land is a time-consuming and hairy process. And in today’s tanking investment sales market, many are just avoiding it outright. But there is still a handful of...

Is the assemblage game going to pieces?
Learning and earning: Hasidic Brooklyn’s real estate machers

Learning and earning: Hasidic Brooklyn’s real estate machers

TRD Special Report: On the day before Thanksgiving, Yoel Goldman phoned one of his go-to lenders with an urgent...

Learning and earning: Hasidic Brooklyn’s real estate machers
Commercial broker games: How “tie-ins” became commonplace in the CRE industry

Commercial broker games: How “tie-ins” became commonplace in the CRE industry

On top of lease escalations and the distinctions between rentable and usable square footage, real estate brokers preparing for...

Commercial broker games: How “tie-ins” became commonplace in the CRE industry
A decade after the crash, “there’s something churning” RE experts agree

A decade after the crash, “there’s something churning” RE experts agree

For Hans Futterman, it was a dream defaulted.  The developer assembled a vacant plot of land — formerly a...

A decade after the crash, “there’s something churning” RE experts agree
Joe Moinian is shaking up his strategy at Hudson Yards

Joe Moinian is shaking up his strategy at Hudson Yards

In August, Joe Moinian watched yet another potential anchor tenant for his planned Hudson Yards tower slip through his...

Joe Moinian is shaking up his strategy at Hudson Yards
The Collectors: The industry moguls who have amassed the biggest art portfolios

The Collectors: The industry moguls who have amassed the biggest art portfolios

Whenever Edward Minskoff sees the iconic image of a leather-clad Marlon Brando on a motorcycle, he thinks of the...

The Collectors: The industry moguls who have amassed the biggest art portfolios
Is the assemblage game going to pieces?

Is the assemblage game
going to pieces?

Piecing together a sizable parcel of Manhattan land is a time-consuming and hairy process. And in today’s tanking investment...

Is the assemblage game
going to pieces?

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