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Real estate looks like a winner in mayor’s race

The mayor’s race is still undecided, but real estate is on the verge of victory. Notwithstanding left-wing candidate Maya...

Real estate looks like a winner in mayor’s race
Oceanwide’s US business is sinking. Can it right the ship?
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Oceanwide’s US business is sinking. Can it right the ship?

In 2014, Oceanwide Holdings announced plans to build a 2.4 million-square-foot megaproject in San Francisco. The twin-tower development would...

Oceanwide’s US business is sinking. Can it right the ship?
Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down
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Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down

Theresa Battle’s first thought each morning is whether today is the day she’ll lose her two-story house in Jamaica,...

Millions of homeowners remain vulnerable as forbearance winds down
The Oasis in Long Island City
National Issue

Why passive house could become NYC’s next design standard

Nicholas Liberis knew his office project in Long Island City had to be different. A new 11-story building surrounded...

Why passive house could become NYC’s next design standard
The Closing: Janice Mac Avoy
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The Closing: Janice Mac Avoy

When real estate’s wealthiest and most powerful have it all on the line, they call Janice Mac Avoy. Take the $5.45 billion sale of Stuyvesant Town. When bondholders sued to block the transaction, Mac...

The Closing: Janice Mac Avoy
Ziel Feldman and the XI. (Getty, The Xi)

Investor alleges HFZ diverted funds to save XI condo project

UPDATED, June 10, 8:37 p.m.: As HFZ Capital began to run into trouble with its twisting XI condo project in...

Investor alleges HFZ diverted funds to save XI condo project
Masayoshi Son and Katerra's founders Fritz Wolff, Jim Davidson and Michael Marks. (Getty, Katerra)
National

Inside Katerra’s final days

Katerra’s cash position was “perilous.” Its biggest backer, SoftBank, bailed out the construction startup with a $200 million investment in December. Three months later, Katerra’s primary lender, Greensill Capital, became insolvent, sending the startup’s...

Inside Katerra’s final days
Blackstone's Kathleen McCarthy and Ken Caplan with 31-30 Hunters Point Avenue in Long Island City (Blackstone, Google Maps)

Blackstone picks up LIC warehouses for $37.5M

The Blackstone Group picked up a trio of warehouses in Long Island City for $37.5 million. The investment giant...

Blackstone picks up LIC warehouses for $37.5M
MaryAnne Gilmartin and a rendering of 335 Eighth Avenue (Getty, COOKFOX Architects)

MAG Partners to redevelop Chelsea corner

MaryAnne Gilmartin’s development firm struck a deal to redevelop a corner site on Eighth Avenue in Chelsea.  MAG Partners was chosen to enter into a long-term lease with a sprawling, multi-block affordable housing complex...

MAG Partners to redevelop Chelsea corner
North Fork home inventory can’t meet demand
Tri-State Issue

North Fork home inventory can’t meet demand

That warm westerly breeze you feel? That’s coming from the North Fork of Long Island, where the real estate...

North Fork home inventory can’t meet demand
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National Issue

The social housing movement picks up steam

When Shaya Schreiber started searching for a home in Madison, Wisconsin, her options were limited. Student loans made the single mother of two ineligible for certain affordable housing and a market-rate home was beyond...

The social housing movement picks up steam
Shinnecock Indian Nation Chairman Bryan Polite (left) and a rendering of the Southampton casino (Photos courtesy of Facebook and Shinnecock Indian Nation)
Tri-State Issue

Shinnecock Nation rolls dice on Southampton casino

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: The Shinnecock Nation is planning to build a casino in Southampton. The...

Shinnecock Nation rolls dice on Southampton casino
Real estate at risk: Industry vulnerable to data breaches
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Real estate at risk: Industry vulnerable to data breaches

In 2018, the company that manages the Brooklyn condominium where cybersecurity expert Roman Sannikov lives was hacked. The hacker...

Real estate at risk: Industry vulnerable to data breaches
Retailers rush to open in the Hamptons
Issue

Retailers rush to open in the Hamptons

Phil Zelonky has been planning to open a pop-up nightclub in the Hamptons ever since his first club, Noir, debuted in Manhattan two years ago. There’s just one issue: finding a space. As New...

Retailers rush to open in the Hamptons
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Miami Issue

South Florida’s hotel conundrum

The lights are still dark at the Diplomat Beach Resort, a sprawling 1,000-room oceanfront hotel in South Florida. More than a year after the pandemic began, conventions and business travelers — the lifeblood of...

South Florida’s hotel conundrum
East End reels from influx of year-round visitors
Tri-State Issue

East End reels from influx of year-round visitors

In the Hamptons, summer vacationers and year-round residents endure something of a symbiotic relationship. The hedge funders, Hollywood types,...

East End reels from influx of year-round visitors
The Closing: Scott Durkin
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The Closing: Scott Durkin

Scott Durkin doesn’t mind playing second (or third) fiddle. The president and COO of one of New York’s largest brokerages doesn’t bask in his title. Instead, he operates with a light touch, favoring delegation...

The Closing: Scott Durkin
Construction industry at ‘inflection point’
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Construction industry at ‘inflection point’

With global supply chains, an inherent need for on-site workers and a client base that depends on optimism, construction...

Construction industry at ‘inflection point’
WFH-feature
National Issue

The return to the workplace is re-shaping the workspace

As more Americans get vaccinated, the return-to-office movement is gathering steam. Companies that a month ago were merely speculating...

The return to the workplace is re-shaping the workspace
NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading
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NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading

The year is 2030. New York City landlords, struggling to comply with city-mandated greenhouse gas emission caps, are on...

NYC landlords could find a lifeline in carbon trading

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