Politics

Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Lucerne Hotel at  201 West 79th Street (Getty; iStock; Google Maps)

Lawsuit blasts NYC’s “capricious” Covid-19 homeless response

A legal services provider representing homeless New Yorkers has sued the city for its handling of the Covid-19 outbreak,...

Lawsuit blasts NYC’s “capricious” Covid-19 homeless response
President Donald J. Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden participate in the final Presidential debate (Getty)

At final presidential debate, talk of Opportunity Zones and “little tiny windows”

At Thursday’s presidential debate, there was less interrupting and more real-estate related discussion. The event marked the final faceoff...

At final presidential debate, talk of Opportunity Zones and “little tiny windows”
Steve Cohen and Citi Field (Getty)

Citi Field lease clause could stymie billionaire’s quest for the Mets

Little stands in the way of Steve Cohen, the billionaire hedge fund manager, acquiring the New York Mets —...

Citi Field lease clause could stymie billionaire’s quest for the Mets
Paul Manafort and Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. (Getty)

Manafort mortgage-fraud case dismissed, again

A New York appeals court has ruled that Paul Manafort could not be charged with mortgage fraud and other...

Manafort mortgage-fraud case dismissed, again
Mayor Bill De Blasio and HPD Commissioner Louise Carroll (Getty; HPD; iStock)

De Blasio restores $466M to housing capital budget

The de Blasio administration has backtracked on its plans to cut $1 billion from the city’s affordable housing budget....

De Blasio restores $466M to housing capital budget
Rendering of the 124-125 White Street jail (Courtesy of the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice; iStock)

City moves forward with first design-build contracts

Nearly a year after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law granting it design-build authority, the city’s Department of Design...

City moves forward with first design-build contracts
A view of the Wise Towers at 117 West 90th Street (Google Maps)

Tension rises as public housing gets private management

Another 1,718 apartments across 16 Manhattan complexes are moving from public to private management, but some tenants fear promised...

Tension rises as public housing gets private management
New York City council member Margarate Chin, Mayor Bill de Blasio and council member Carlina Rivera (Getty; iStock)

Why the Soho rezoning will pass — and Gowanus, too

Developers prefer clear rules that they can follow to complete their projects. But in a dynamic metropolis such as...

Why the Soho rezoning will pass — and Gowanus, too
With third-quarter earnings seasons just around the corner, REIT analysts took a look at the sectors of the industry that are most likely to benefit from a Joe Biden win or a Donald Trump win. (Getty; iStock)

Politics & property: How election results could affect REITs

From the trajectory of the economic recovery to the finer points of local tax laws, the outcome of the...

Politics & property: How election results could affect REITs
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (Getty, iStock)

Commercial eviction and foreclosure ban extended until January

Landlords looking to boot non-paying commercial tenants will have to wait until the new year. New York’s moratorium on...

Commercial eviction and foreclosure ban extended until January

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