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A photo illustration of Los Angeles' population falling by 1 percent during the pandemic (iStock)

LA sheds 1 percent of population in pandemic era

The population of Los Angeles has fallen by 1 percent during the pandemic, as some residents left for cheaper...

LA sheds 1 percent of population in pandemic era
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Brookfield taps Apollo for $212M refi of DreamWorks HQ

Brookfield has struck a $212.2-million deal with Apollo to refinance the DreamWorks Animation Studios campus in Glendale it bought...

Brookfield taps Apollo for $212M refi of DreamWorks HQ
Former Catskill zoo hits the market for $3.6M
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Former Catskill zoo hits the market for $3.6M

It was America’s oldest privately owned zoo, drawing 500,000 visitors a year to pet or even feed lions, rhinos,...

Former Catskill zoo hits the market for $3.6M
Minneapolis tops the list of best places to recover from divorce (Credit: iStock)
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The best (and worst) cities for divorcees

Just got out of a divorce? Here are the best and worst cities to get back on your feet. Right off the bat, cross off New York City. A LendingTree study on post-divorce economics...

The best (and worst) cities for divorcees
DivcoWest to buy NYC office tower for $130M
New York

DivcoWest to buy NYC office tower for $130M

Billy Macklowe and a partner are in contract to sell a 186,000-square-foot Midtown office tower to a Californian real estate investment firm for $130 million, according to a new report. San Francisco-based DivcoWest is...

DivcoWest to buy NYC office tower for $130M
Mini mergers: Smaller firms unite
New York

Mini mergers:
Smaller firms unite

Residential sales have slowed, the cost of running a brokerage has climbed, and tech is becoming more of a threat by the minute. While there has been plenty of coverage of all of those...

Mini mergers:
Smaller firms unite
Early work
New York

Early work

Donald Trump touted his — supposedly — humble start in real estate during his presidential campaign, when he cited the $1 million “small loan” given to him by his father. And while it’s certainly...

Early work
The anatomy of construction corruption
New York

The anatomy of construction corruption

In New York City’s $45.3 billion construction industry, it’s a network of middlemen that choreograph the rise of buildings. From supply companies to electrical workers, developers rely on a consortium of professionals to assign...

The anatomy of construction corruption
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