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A-Rod is coming for NYC and SoFla real estate

Alex Rodriguez has seen both his professional and personal life covered exhaustively in newspapers across the country for decades...

ML Realty Partners CEO Ryan Hesch and 7830 West 71st Street (credit: ML Realty Partners and BusinessYab.com)

ML Realty Partners goes big in Bolingbrook with another warehouse buy

There’s no stopping the Chicago area industrial market, at least for now. The latest is ML Realty Partners’ acquisition...

Opendoor not looking to replace all agents — just some: CEO

“I guess it’s good to be hated.”  That was Opendoor CEO Eric Wu’s riposte to a question from Recode’s...

Kimpton Palomar Chicago Hotel and John G. Murray President and CEO of Service Properties Trust (Credit: Google Maps)

Kimpton Hotel Palomar sells for $55M amid dip in Downtown occupancy

Service Properties Trust has acquired the 261-key Kimpton Hotel Palomar, a deal that comes amid a dip in Downtown...

WeWork’s first investor used his stock as collateral. Now his lenders are suing him

WeWork’s first investor, who pledged his stock in the company as collateral on loans, is being accused of short-changing...

Alderman Ed Burke spends $400K of campaign funds for his own defense, developer crowdfunds $10 million for office building buy: Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up Chicago’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update this...

“Dozens of buildings” in LA receive eviction notices ahead of California’s new rent law

Landlords across Los Angeles have sent out scores of eviction notices in recent weeks, trying to get ahead of the “just cause” provision of...

Danny Solis with 1052 W. Monroe St.

Solis sought campaign donations from Jerry Reinsdorf’s real estate firm: FBI tapes

A real estate firm controlled by White Sox and Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf is potentially ensnared in one of...

“I can talk about erections all day”: NAR tech consultant’s bizarre fireside chat

Fireside chats — one-on-one discussions between industry players at conferences — are typically genial events. But one such discussion...



Here’s a look at Blackstone’s industrial plays after its record-breaking portfolio purchase

After Blackstone dropped almost $19 billion on an industrial portfolio in June — the biggest portfolio deal ever — the private equity giant’s industrial...

WeWork is investing again with fundraise for proptech

WeWork has apparently recovered enough from its attempted initial public offering rollout to invest again. The coworking company recently...

David Martin’s Terra-fic ideas for making sustainability profitable

If you hang out around enough climate change-related events in Miami, you’ll inevitably run into David Martin. With slicked-back...

84 Dundee Ln. in Barrington Hill (Credit: Redfin)

Barrington Hill mansion vs. the slumping luxury market

A slump in the luxury market, isn’t stopping some Chicago-area homeowners from listing their properties at top-shelf prices. A...

Teachers union wants affordable housing as part of contract, survey says 85% of Chicagoans against property tax hike: Daily digest

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up Chicago’s biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We update this...

Union Power House (Credit: Google Maps)

Wanted: Developer to save Union Power House

A Chicago preservation group is scrambling to find a developer to save an industrial 1930s building from the wrecking ball. But so far there are no takers. The group, aptly named Preservation Chicago, contends...

151 North Franklin, 625 West Adams and the Old Post Office building (Credit: Curbed and Wikipedia)

Chicago’s office leasing market is all about the new new thing

For office leasing in Chicago, it’s all about the new construction and about the amenities that go with it....

Newsroom news: The Real Deal LA brings on 2 veteran journalists

A 157-acre mountaintop parcel asks $1 billion but sells for $100,000. A cavernous airplane hangar built by Howard Hughes...

How mobile homes became a billion-dollar, recession-proof industry

 Mobile homes are no longer just a necessity for the poor. They’ve increasingly become a must-have for some of...

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