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Former J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler and 760 N Walnut Ave, Ketchum (Getty; Realtor)
National Weekend Edition

Former J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler sells Idaho estate

Former J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler sold his Idaho estate and a pair of neighboring lots for $11 million....

Former J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler sells Idaho estate
Singapore (iStock)
National Weekend Edition

Singapore luxury market rebounds despite fewer foreign buyers

Singapore’s housing market has rebounded from the lows brought on by the pandemic earlier this year, even with fewer...

Singapore luxury market rebounds despite fewer foreign buyers
San Francisco (iStock)
National Weekend Edition

In remote work world, some tech CEOs are leaving Bay Area

Tech industry workers aren’t the only ones leaving San Francisco for new digs. So are their bosses. Several industry...

In remote work world, some tech CEOs are leaving Bay Area
The tax break allows foreign visitors to reclaim a sales tax of 20 percent on items bought in the country for more than £30 (Getty; Unsplash)
National Weekend Edition

UK tax break expiration could hurt struggling retailers

A popular tax break is expiring in the United Kingdom in January, threatening the country’s status as a shopping...

UK tax break expiration could hurt struggling retailers
Istanye Park in Istanbul (Photo via Wikipedia Commons)
National Weekend Edition

Turkish mall valued at $1B in deal with Qatar

Turkish investment giant Dogus Holdings AS has agreed to sell a 30 percent stake in a high-end Istanbul shopping...

Turkish mall valued at $1B in deal with Qatar
For many movie theaters, Covid-19, which has kept viewers at home and new releases from the screen, feels like the final curtain. (iStock)
National

Curtains: What to do with movie theaters

Even before the pandemic, Ari Benmosche realized that running his movie theater in a traditional sense wasn’t sustainable. The owner of the Lafayette Theater, a small venue in Suffern, New York, has shown the...

Curtains: What to do with movie theaters
RMBS then and now: Do securitized home loans still matter?
National Issue

RMBS then and now: Do securitized home loans still matter?

Between April and June, when the pandemic went from a shocking jolt to a daily reality, a record number...

RMBS then and now: Do securitized home loans still matter?
Steven Roth and 220 Central Park South, which has effectively created its own tier of the luxury market.
New York Issue

The inside story of the world’s most profitable condo

If not for 220 Central Park South, Vornado Realty Trust’s recent financials would have been a horror show. Vornado,...

The inside story of the world’s most profitable condo
Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi and downtown Evanston
Archive

Cook County landlords get bad news about 2020 taxes

The numbers are in, and commercial landlords in northern Cook County are going to take a hit. Though the...

Cook County landlords get bad news about 2020 taxes
One Bennett Park’s Lawn Bowl, Optima Signature, and JeffJack Apartments
Archive

Privacy is the newest amenity

UPDATED, July 9, 5:01 p.m.: In a Covid world, privacy has become the ultimate amenity. Balconies, large roof decks, sundecks — and the ultra-exclusive park — have overtaken “tween” rooms, squash courts and pools...

Privacy is the newest amenity
Compass CEO Robert Reffkin (Getty; iStock)
National

Compass eyes IPO in 2021

Compass has tapped underwriters for a potential public offering that would be among the most buzzed-about IPOs in the residential world. The SoftBank-backed firm, which jolted traditional brokerages when it launched eight years ago,...

Compass eyes IPO in 2021

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