Articles by Amy Tennery

Newmark’s Noonan and Schwartzman take home REBNY’s top commercial prize

Newmark’s Noonan and Schwartzman take home REBNY’s top commercial prize

From left: David Noonan, Jennifer Schwartzman, Robert Eisenberg, Barry Gosin, Mark Weiss and Steven Spinola   Newmark Knight Frank...

Newmark’s Noonan and Schwartzman take home REBNY’s top commercial prize
Manhattan residential market’s stable: reports

Manhattan residential market’s stable: reports

From left: Elliman’s Dottie Herman, Corcoran’s Pamela Liebman, Halstead’s Diane Ramirez and Brown Harris Stevens’ Hall Wilkie   Tight...

Manhattan residential market’s stable: reports
Vogue home in Greenwich Village back on the market for $1.8 million

Vogue home in Greenwich Village back on the market for $1.8 million

Inside the apartment, which was featured in “The September Issue,” and Grace Coddington A Greenwich Village penthouse condominium unit...

Vogue home in Greenwich Village back on the market for $1.8 million
Elliman veteran and his team decamp to Town

Elliman veteran and his team decamp to Town

From left: Robert Dvorin, Dottie Herman, Andrew Heiberger and Phillip Acha   A Prudential Douglas Elliman veteran and his team have left the firm in the wake of several high-profile departures over the last...

Elliman veteran and his team decamp to Town
Town & Country picks up Westhampton Beach firm in larger expansion plan

Town & Country picks up Westhampton Beach firm in larger expansion plan

Patrick Galway, Judi Desiderio and the Westhampton Beach office East End brokerage Town & Country Real Estate acquired boutique...

Town & Country picks up Westhampton Beach firm in larger expansion plan
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Montauk architectural prize winner back on market for $29.5M

The Montauk home   An American Institute of Architecture award-winning residential compound in Montauk has reentered the market for...

Montauk architectural prize winner back on market for $29.5M
UES townhouse summer rental hopes third time — and $25,000 price — is the charm

UES townhouse summer rental hopes third time — and $25,000 price — is the charm

Images from 127 East 78th Street and the listing agents (from top), Matt Perceval and Michael Pellegrino, both of Sotheby’s   An Upper East...

UES townhouse summer rental hopes third time — and $25,000 price — is the charm
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Thousands of Bronx building workers poised to strike at Midnight

From left: 32BJ members at a past healthcare rally and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. After months of...

Thousands of Bronx building workers poised to strike at Midnight
Former home of Cedar Tavern sells for $1.5M, following major lender pressure

Former home of Cedar Tavern sells for $1.5M, following major lender pressure

A 2,295-square-foot retail condo unit and former home of the famed Cedar Tavern has sold for $1.5 million, according...

Former home of Cedar Tavern sells for $1.5M, following major lender pressure
UES Whitney offices for sale at $38M

UES Whitney offices for sale at $38M

An Upper East Side townhouse that’s currently serving as the offices for the Whitney Museum is back on the market for $38 million, after selling last October as part of a cluster of eight...

UES Whitney offices for sale at $38M
Hallmark shuttering in Flatiron District

Hallmark shuttering in Flatiron District

A Hallmark store at 304 Park Avenue South is set to close in July, according to Jim Gladstone of Walter & Samuels, the building’s managing agent. The store, on the corner of 23rd Street,...

Hallmark shuttering in Flatiron District
Victor Homes picks up Chelsea land, plans 80-plus-unit condo

Victor Homes picks up Chelsea land, plans 80-plus-unit condo

Developer Victor Homes is set to build an 80- to 90-unit condominium in Chelsea, after buying a 12,500-square-foot lot...

Victor Homes picks up Chelsea land, plans 80-plus-unit condo
Shuttered Harlem hostel closes for $19.5M

Shuttered Harlem hostel closes for $19.5M

From left: Gilad Azaria and images from 159 West 118th Street   An Israeli investment firm has snapped up 159 West 118th Street, a condominium-turned-hostel that was shuttered by the Department of Buildings in...

Shuttered Harlem hostel closes for $19.5M
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The Real Deal on the town…

The Real Deal has had an action-packed schedule. We hit up the Charity: Water event at 123 East 10th Street, the largest and priciest home available in the East Village, hosted by Rubicon Property....

The Real Deal on the town…
DOB responds to fatal Brooklyn fire with Twitter and flier campaigns

DOB responds to fatal Brooklyn fire with Twitter and flier campaigns

The city’s Department of Buildings handed out fliers Wednesday in Brooklyn detailing the dangers of illegally converted apartments, following...

DOB responds to fatal Brooklyn fire with Twitter and flier campaigns
Nathan’s Famous broker ditches independent practice for Grubb & Ellis

Nathan’s Famous broker ditches independent practice for Grubb & Ellis

Jeffrey Lichtenberg, a noted commercial broker whose clients have included the Trump Organization and Nathan’s Famous, has ended his...

Nathan’s Famous broker ditches independent practice for Grubb & Ellis
Man dies in fire after being trapped in illegal Brooklyn apartment

Man dies in fire after being trapped in illegal Brooklyn apartment

A tenant in an illegal apartment in East New York died after being trapped in the cellar dwelling during...

Man dies in fire after being trapped in illegal Brooklyn apartment
DOE employee to pay city for conducting real estate business during work hours

DOE employee to pay city for conducting real estate business during work hours

Celeste Lumpkins-Moses, a Department of Education secretary employed at the Paul Robeson High School in Bedford-Stuyvesant, has agreed to...

DOE employee to pay city for conducting real estate business during work hours
Cushman names Exor CEO chairman of board

Cushman names Exor CEO chairman of board

Carlo Sant’Albano, the newly announced chairman of the board at Cushman & Wakefield; Cushman President and CEO Glenn Rufrano; and John Cushman, who will become co-chairman Cushman & Wakefield has tapped a new chairman...

Cushman names Exor CEO chairman of board
NY’s “greenest” avoids LEED certification

NY’s “greenest” avoids LEED certification

A Rego Park, Queens, apartment building was named the greenest building of its kind in New York state, all...

NY’s “greenest” avoids LEED certification
First NYC “eco-broker” and three-person team leave Corcoran for Heiberger’s start-up

First NYC “eco-broker” and three-person team leave Corcoran for Heiberger’s start-up

From left: former Corcoran agents Bill Kowalczuk and Susan Singer; Town Residential founder Andrew Heiberger Four agents from the Corcoran Group have jumped ship...

First NYC “eco-broker” and three-person team leave Corcoran for Heiberger’s start-up
Federal rule change over flip taxes crucial to NYC residential lending, experts say

Federal rule change over flip taxes crucial to NYC residential lending, experts say

From left: REBNY President Steven Spinola, Rep. Anthony Weiner, Warburg President Frederick Peters, Elaine Mayers of Citi Habitats and...

Federal rule change over flip taxes crucial to NYC residential lending, experts say
8,400-sf house hits market, marking largest and most expensive home available in EV

8,400-sf house hits market, marking largest and most expensive home available in EV

Images from inside the listing at 123 and 125 East 10th Street   The largest residential property available in...

8,400-sf house hits market, marking largest and most expensive home available in EV
Nest Seekers alumni launch firm “catering to the broker side”

Nest Seekers alumni launch firm “catering to the broker side”

From left: David Tobon, Alon Chadad, Moshe Balalo, Andy Kim and Michael Arcos of the firm Blu   In...

Nest Seekers alumni launch firm “catering to the broker side”
Hundreds of Stuy Town apartments to see rent increases averaging $2,100

Hundreds of Stuy Town apartments to see rent increases averaging $2,100

Stuyvesant Town and Robert Scaglion, a senior managing director with property manager Rose Associates Rents on nearly 600 vacant...

Hundreds of Stuy Town apartments to see rent increases averaging $2,100
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Former W’burg co-op prez faces 25 years in prison for $1.6M mortgage scheme

From left: Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes, public defender Ken Womble and 242 South 2nd Street (building photo source:...

Former W’burg co-op prez faces 25 years in prison for $1.6M mortgage scheme
Lower East Side tenants sue landlord, alleging 130 violations

Lower East Side tenants sue landlord, alleging 130 violations

A group of tenants at 101 Stanton Street on the Lower East Side have filed suit against their landlord,...

Lower East Side tenants sue landlord, alleging 130 violations
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In Brooklyn and Queens, home sales prices tick up as volume drops

After an erratic several months in Brooklyn and Queens, due largely to pent up demand and the first-time homebuyer...

In Brooklyn and Queens, home sales prices tick up as volume drops
Median Manhattan residential rents remain flat, inventory drops over 25 percent

Median Manhattan residential rents remain flat, inventory drops over 25 percent

Source: Prudential Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel   The average Manhattan rent reached $3,499 during the fourth quarter of...

Median Manhattan residential rents remain flat, inventory drops over 25 percent
740 Park unit slashes price, again

740 Park unit slashes price, again

From left: the interior of Speight’s apartment, the exterior of 740 Park Avenue, broker Serena Boardman, broker Meredyth Smith and author Michael Gross Investment banker Randolph Speight was once the meticulous gatekeeper at one...

740 Park unit slashes price, again
Report: Manhattan rents show modest growth

Report: Manhattan rents show modest growth

The average Manhattan rent in the fourth quarter continued to rebound from the trough early last year, according to Citi Habitats’ year-end report released today. Manhattan renters were paying, on average, $3,127 a month...

Report: Manhattan rents show modest growth
Continental begins leasing this week

Continental begins leasing this week

The Continental and Citi Habitats’ Clifford Finn New rental development the Continental will launch leasing this Friday, with move-ins expected to begin in February, according to brokerage Citi Habitats Marketing...

Continental begins leasing this week
Sheldon Good makes its Manhattan return

Sheldon Good makes its Manhattan return

John Cuticelli Auction house Sheldon Good & Company is hosting a Manhattan auction for the first time in roughly two years, following turmoil at the company, including the death of its CEO. The company,...

Sheldon Good makes its Manhattan return
U.S. CMBS loan delinquency rate reaches record high

U.S. CMBS loan delinquency rate reaches record high

From left: 224 West 49th Street and 23-25 Arden Street (source: PropertyShark)   Commercial real estate investors may still...

U.S. CMBS loan delinquency rate reaches record high
Who got it right and wrong in predicting the 2010 market

Who got it right and wrong in predicting the 2010 market

From left: Andrew Peretz, Barry Ritholtz, Eric Anton and Lawrence Yun Many make a profession of foreseeing the future:...

Who got it right and wrong in predicting the 2010 market
Construction worker charged in connection with Bed-Stuy blaze

Construction worker charged in connection with Bed-Stuy blaze

A construction worker in Bedford-Stuyvesant has been charged with misdemeanor reckless endangerment, criminal mischief and reckless endangerment of property...

Construction worker charged in connection with Bed-Stuy blaze
Leasing at Continental to begin next month

Leasing at Continental to begin next month

The Continental and Citi Habitats’ Clifford Finn Leasing will begin in weeks at the Continental, the Costas Kondylis-designed rental tower at 885 Sixth Avenue on the corner of 32nd Street. Clifford Finn — director...

Leasing at Continental to begin next month
NYC-area hotel portfolio sells for $164M

NYC-area hotel portfolio sells for $164M

From left: CBRE’s Ron Danko and two hotels in the deal: a Branchburg Residence Inn and a Long Island Spring Hill Suites MCR Development has acquired a portfolio of 10 Marriott...

NYC-area hotel portfolio sells for $164M
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The Real Deal on the town…

This week was a whirlwind of shindigs for The Real Deal. We partied down with New York Commercial Real Estate Women, Fox Residential, Platinum Properties and Core. Oh, and a certain big guy at...

The Real Deal on the town…
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Apthorp poor conditions complaints mount

Conditions at the Apthorp are continuing to deteriorate, several tenants in the venerated Upper West Side condominium-conversion have told The Real Deal, and a visit by a reporter confirmed that the environment appears to...

Apthorp poor conditions complaints mount
ILSA ruling a blow to 505 condo’s buyers

ILSA ruling a blow to 505 condo’s buyers

Buyers’ attorney Lawrence Weiner and the 505 An Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act case brought against the 505, a...

ILSA ruling a blow to 505 condo’s buyers
After string of high-profile defections, Core snaps up a top Elliman agent

After string of high-profile defections, Core snaps up a top Elliman agent

After losing three of its top agents to realty reality television, Core has managed to snag Doron Zwickel, the...

After string of high-profile defections, Core snaps up a top Elliman agent
Fifth on the Park, site of landmark ILSA ruling, switches up marketing team

Fifth on the Park, site of landmark ILSA ruling, switches up marketing team

5th on the Park and Stephen Kliegerman Fifth on the Park, the Harlem condominium that saw a landmark Interstate...

Fifth on the Park, site of landmark ILSA ruling, switches up marketing team
Flatbush Gardens hit with 400 new violations, pushes total over 8,000

Flatbush Gardens hit with 400 new violations, pushes total over 8,000

Flatbush Gardens (source: PropertyShark) In the wake of scathing video footage that has circulated the internet in recent days...

Flatbush Gardens hit with 400 new violations, pushes total over 8,000
What is the fate of residential property auctions?

What is the fate of residential property auctions?

From left: Bid on the City co-founder Vlad Sapozhnikov, Paramount Realty USA co-founder Misha Haghani and 552 West 43rd...

What is the fate of residential property auctions?
Corcoran Hamptons agent arrested for another drunk driving offense

Corcoran Hamptons agent arrested for another drunk driving offense

Corcoran agent Charlotte DePersia and an image from the accident provided to The Real Deal Charlotte DePersia, one half...

Corcoran Hamptons agent arrested for another drunk driving offense
One Madison Park to get $40M infusion?

One Madison Park to get $40M infusion?

From left: One Madison Park and Ian Bruce Eichner Developer Continuum Company is set to inject $40 million into the troubled One Madison Park residential condominium and finish up the project, after reaching a...

One Madison Park to get $40M infusion?
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Williamsburg waterfront — prophecy fulfilled?

The Williamsburg waterfront From the November issue: Five years ago, the possibilities on the Williamsburg waterfront seemed endless to...

Williamsburg waterfront — prophecy fulfilled?
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The Real Deal on the town…

The Real Deal went party hopping last night. First, we chatted up the guests at the Friends of the Israeli Defense Force Real Estate Division Reception at Gotham Hall honoring Ofer Yardeni, managing partner...

The Real Deal on the town…
$55 million 15 CPW spread in negotiation

$55 million 15 CPW spread in negotiation

From left: Igor and Olga Krutoi A two-unit package at 15 Central Park West with a $55 million asking price has entered negotiations, sources close to the deal say. Although the units have not...

$55 million 15 CPW spread in negotiation
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The Real Deal on the town…

Jeff Levine and Benjamin Levine of Douglaston Development (center) and the Edge development The Real Deal swung by Williamsburg last week for the “Hardcore House Party” grand opening at Douglaston Development’s the Edge, where...

The Real Deal on the town…
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Former Swig FiDi building seeks tenants for first time in several years

From left: Sierra’s Peter Braus, Kent Swig, 140 William Street (building photo source: PropertyShark) A seven-story, roughly 40,000-square-foot vacant...

Former Swig FiDi building seeks tenants for first time in several years
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$24M listing at 998 Fifth — once home to Guggenheims and Vanderbilts — hits market

Inside the unit at 998 Fifth Avenue and agent Cornelia Zagat Eland of Stribling & Associates   The building that Guggenheims and Vanderbilts have...

$24M listing at 998 Fifth — once home to Guggenheims and Vanderbilts — hits market
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Real estate pros hit the black;

To make it in real estate, one must possess a few key qualities: endurance, persistence and the ability to go the distance. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that some real estate’s stars...

Real estate pros hit the black;
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The Real Deal on the town…

“Living Landmarks” Larry Silverstein, Jonathan Tisch and others chat it up at Plaza gala Peg Breen, president of Landmarks Conservancy, and Jonathan Tisch, chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels   The Real Deal was...

The Real Deal on the town…
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Williamsburg waterfront — prophecy fulfilled?

The Williamsburg waterfront   Five years ago, the possibilities on the Williamsburg waterfront seemed endless to developers following a...

Williamsburg waterfront — prophecy fulfilled?
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For haunted houses, rents and DOB regulations can be frightening

Clockwise, from top left: a mental patient inside the “Nightmare: Superstitions” haunted house, a resident of “Blood Manor” and...

For haunted houses, rents and DOB regulations can be frightening
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Nordstrom to open philanthropic concept store in Aby Rosen’s 350 West Broadway

350 West Broadway and Aby Rosen Fashion retailer Nordstrom has signed a lease for 11,137 square feet of retail...

Nordstrom to open philanthropic concept store in Aby Rosen’s 350 West Broadway
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Georgian-style Water Mill mansion hits the market at $58.5M

The Water Mill mansion   A 20,000-square-foot behemoth has hit the market in Water Mill for $58.5 million. The...

Georgian-style Water Mill mansion hits the market at $58.5M
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In a classic ‘he-said, he-said,’ AC Lawrence and one-time sales director part ways

From left: Antonio Del Rosario, Rosario’s proposed group logo, Kathy Braddock of Charles Rutenberg and Larry Friedman AC Lawrence has parted ways with its...

In a classic ‘he-said, he-said,’ AC Lawrence and one-time sales director part ways
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Cabrini Medical completes $83M sale

Cabrini Medical Center Update (5:37 p.m.) The $83.1 million disposition of the former Cabrini Medical Center, located in the Gramercy Park area at 217 East 19th Street between Second and Third avenues, is complete,...

Cabrini Medical completes $83M sale
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C21 replaces head of sales with someone who has “more potential” to draw agents

From left: Marc Lewis, Marc Windheuser and Jorden Tepper Former Prudential Douglas Elliman associate broker Marc Windheuser has been tapped to manage sales at...

C21 replaces head of sales with someone who has “more potential” to draw agents
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“Brownstone Brooklyn” sees resurgence, condo

Brooklyn third-quarter home sales steady overall Michael Guerra “Brownstone Brooklyn” showed tremendous strides in the third quarter, according to...

“Brownstone Brooklyn” sees resurgence, condo
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Tishman Speyer co-founder Robert Tishman dies at 94

Robert Tishman Robert Tishman, co-founder of Tishman Speyer and former president and CEO of Tishman Realty...

Tishman Speyer co-founder Robert Tishman dies at 94
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Scott Gomez and other NHL players make mortgage man a minor celeb

Scott Gomez, a client and friend of Victor Shaio, and the Chelsea Mercantile While hockey coaches, trainers and referees...

Scott Gomez and other NHL players make mortgage man a minor celeb
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Scott Gomez and other NHL black

Scott Gomez, a client and friend of Victor Shaio, and the Chelsea Mercantile While hockey coaches, trainers and referees are figures of authority on the ice, one mortgage originator has emerged as the most...

Scott Gomez and other NHL black
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East End brokerage hires journalist for blog

Town & Country Real Estate on the East End has gone outside the firm to hire a blogger, bringing...

East End brokerage hires journalist for blog
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Manhattan home prices up, buoyed by increase in sales and decrease in inventory

Click image to see full version (source: BHS) An uptick in sales activity and a relatively slow rate of...

Manhattan home prices up, buoyed by increase in sales and decrease in inventory
Within week after its $41M purchase, 34 Leonard Street rents one third of units

Within week after its $41M purchase, 34 Leonard Street rents one third of units

After closing on a 16-unit, foreclosed condominium building at 34 Leonard Street a week ago, new owner Queenwood 34 LLC...

Within week after its $41M purchase, 34 Leonard Street rents one third of units
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Are U.S. retailers being squeezed out in NYC?

Faith Hope Consolo, a chairman with Prudential Douglas Elliman, and Joseph Sitt, chairman and CEO of Thor, at today’s...

Are U.S. retailers being squeezed out in NYC?
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Cherry Hill bank shuttered by FDIC

A Cherry Hill, N.J. bank was closed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Friday, the same day that a Pennsylvania-based bank purchased the failed institution and assumed its roughly $79.6 million in assets. Commercial...

Cherry Hill bank shuttered by FDIC
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Large deal volume dwarfs 2009: SL Green exec

From left: Peter Hauspurg, Jonathan Mechanic, Steven Durels, David Greenbaum and moderator Jahn Brodwin   Steven Durels, an executive...

Large deal volume dwarfs 2009: SL Green exec
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Toren retail space gets brokerage team after year-and-a-half without one

September 10, 2010 07:15PM By Amy Tennery alternate textClockwise, from left: the Toren, Timothy King and Rob Morea Following...

Toren retail space gets brokerage team after year-and-a-half without one
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Cassa becomes home to Showtime characters

September 07, 2010 03:15PM By Amy Tennery Californication-1_bigfrontbox A study inspired by the show “Californication,” featuring a mirrored floor and ceiling, along with a couple of the main character’s favorite vices. Californication-1_featurebox Californication2_featurebox Californication-3_featurebox...

Cassa becomes home to Showtime characters
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“Like the postman,” Hamptons agents show listings — even with Earl at the door

From left: Judi Desiderio, Chris Burnside, Susan Breitenbach, Bob Gianos and Harald Grant   While Labor Day weekend on the East End can present...

“Like the postman,” Hamptons agents show listings — even with Earl at the door
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“Like the postman,” Hamptons agents show listings — even with Earl at the door

  alternate textFrom left: Judi Desiderio, Chris Burnside, Susan Breitenbach, Bob Gianos and Harald Grant   While Labor Day weekend on the East End...

“Like the postman,” Hamptons agents show listings — even with Earl at the door
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Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies

Jeffrey Brooker Jeffrey Brooker, a pioneer of Harlem real estate and president of residential and commercial firm Webb &...

Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies
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Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies

Jeffrey Brooker Jeffrey Brooker, a pioneer of Harlem real estate and president of residential and commercial firm Webb &...

Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies
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Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies

Jeffrey Brooker Jeffrey Brooker, a pioneer of Harlem real estate and president of residential and commercial firm Webb &...

Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies
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Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies

Jeffrey Brooker Jeffrey Brooker, a pioneer of Harlem real estate and president of residential and commercial firm Webb &...

Jeffrey Brooker, 25-year Harlem real estate veteran, dies
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1055 Park hits up third marketing team, makes major price chops

From left: a rendering of 1055 Park Avenue, Prudential Douglas Elliman agents Dina Lewis and Melanie Lazenby and developer...

1055 Park hits up third marketing team, makes major price chops
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Despite July lull, more NYC foreclosure pain imminent?

Click image for larger version   A double-dip will strike the New York City housing market in four to...

Despite July lull, more NYC foreclosure pain imminent?
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Manhattan rental vacancy rate dips to lowest level in three years: report

Manhattan continued to see a decline in its rental vacancy rate last month, according to residential brokerage Citi Habitats’...

Manhattan rental vacancy rate dips to lowest level in three years: report
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Gansevoort Park Avenue hotel checks in guests, contrary to exec’s claims

From left: clerks working the desk at Gansevoort Park Avenue hotel this afternoon and the hotel’s exterior   The...

Gansevoort Park Avenue hotel checks in guests, contrary to exec’s claims
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Six months in, Ohm still offers concessions

Guests arrive at the Ohm event.   Ohm developer Douglaston Development is still offering two months free rent on roughly 80 percent of the apartments at the 288-unit building — even as other landlords...

Six months in, Ohm still offers concessions
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Pfizer building deal closes for $190M

TIAA-CREF in, Pfizer out at 685 Third Avenue After a series of companies threw their hats in the ring for the purchase of Pfizer’s 685 Third Avenue, retirement group TIAA-CREF has closed on the...

Pfizer building deal closes for $190M
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Corcoran agent hopes to ‘survive’ in jungle

Corcoran agent Matthew Lenahan, who will appear on “Survivor,” has listings at the Soha 118 in Harlem (Lenahan photo...

Corcoran agent hopes to ‘survive’ in jungle
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Real estate insiders gather for Hudson Yards history

Gilad Azaria of Elliman and The Real Deal web reporter Amy Tennery   New York University’s premier city historian...

Real estate insiders gather for Hudson Yards history
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Amid controversy, new sales figures released by Trump Soho

Trump Soho In the wake of yesterday’s lawsuit filing alleging a misrepresentation of sales figures, the head of marketing...

Amid controversy, new sales figures released by Trump Soho
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StreetEasy pushes forward with iPad app

Real estate listings Web site StreetEasy is planning to launch a new iPad application in late fall, according to CEO Michael Smith. The move was made based on the company’s success with its iPhone...

StreetEasy pushes forward with iPad app
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Waldorf’s “Cole Porter” rental unit hits market at $140K per month

A $140,000-per-month rental listing hit the market today at 100 East 50th Street, according to Streeteasy.com, likely ranking as...

Waldorf’s “Cole Porter” rental unit hits market at $140K per month
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Tishman Construction bought for $245M

From left: Tishman, One Bryant Park and Epcot Los Angeles-based Aecom Technology has acquired Tishman Construction in a $245 million deal, the companies announced today. New York City-based Tishman, one of the largest construction...

Tishman Construction bought for $245M
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DOB lays off workers due to budget cuts

Construction industry group head says low construction level demands fewer inspectors From left: Louis Coletti, Robert LiMandri After eight years of increased inspector presence, the Department of Buildings has eliminated 20 of its employee...

DOB lays off workers due to budget cuts
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Building manager charged in alleged scam

One of the allegedly targeted buildings at 99-45 67th Road in Rego Park and DA Richard Brown (Updated 3:10 p.m., July 13) A former managing agent for a collection of five Queens apartment buildings...

Building manager charged in alleged scam
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Building manager charged in alleged scam

One of the allegedly targeted buildings at 99-45 67th Road in Rego Park and DA Richard Brown (Updated 3:10 p.m., July 13) A former managing agent for a collection of five Queens apartment buildings...

Building manager charged in alleged scam
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13 arrested at affordable housing style=”col

Advocates charge Senate Democrats with a disregard for tenants’ rights State Senator Carl Kruger (top left), State Senator Pedro...

13 arrested at affordable housing style=”col
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C&W launches office consolidation practice

Richard Ingwers Commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has launched a new practice aimed at helping office-dwelling...

C&W launches office consolidation practice
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Century 21 launches VOW

Century 21 NY Metro’s Marc Lewis Century 21 NY Metro has launched its own Virtual Office Website — or “VOW” — the company announced today. The VOW will give homebuyers access to all residential...

Century 21 launches VOW
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Breyer family’s agents try to sweeten deal for multi-million dollar Hamptons property

Agents Jim Oxnam, Jennifer McGivern and the house at 40 Lee Avenue   Agents for the Breyers ice cream family are switching up their...

Breyer family’s agents try to sweeten deal for multi-million dollar Hamptons property
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Investigation underway at Williamsburg apartment

Only one minor injury reported, no fatalities The fire at 80 Devoe Street (photos by Derek Zahedi)   A...

Investigation underway at Williamsburg apartment
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