Articles by Farah Halime

The Real Deal plunged into FEC filings and created a searchable table with the biggest contributors in the industry (iStock)

See where real estate is writing checks with TRD’s political donations tool

Real estate is dropping major cheddar on politics this election cycle. As of Sept. 21 — when campaign funds...

See where real estate is writing checks with TRD’s political donations tool
Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, part III

Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, part III

From the May issue: The buzz surrounding Downtown Brooklyn’s skyline has lately reached a fever pitch. Last year, JDS...

Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, part III
Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, Part II

Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, Part II

From the May issue: The buzz surrounding Downtown Brooklyn’s skyline has lately reached a fever pitch. Last year, JDS...

Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, Part II
Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, part I

Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, part I

From the May issue: The buzz surrounding Downtown Brooklyn’s skyline has lately reached a fever pitch. Last year, JDS...

Downtown Brooklyn’s second act: Q&A, part I
Commercial bubble: Q&A Part III

Commercial bubble: Q&A Part III

From the March issue: Predicting a market bubble is almost always a losing pastime. But that hasn’t stopped brokers, market analysts and economists from talking about whether the New York commercial market is peaking —...

Commercial bubble: Q&A Part III
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Commercial bubble trouble: Q&A, Part II

From the March issue: Predicting a market bubble is almost always a losing pastime. But that hasn’t stopped brokers,...

Commercial bubble trouble: Q&A, Part II
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Commercial bubble trouble: Q&A, Part I

From the March issue: Predicting a market bubble is almost always a losing pastime. But that hasn’t stopped brokers, market analysts and economists from talking about whether the New York commercial market is peaking...

Commercial bubble trouble: Q&A, Part I
Vijay Mallya, daughter avoided foreclosure on Trump Plaza PH

Vijay Mallya, daughter avoided foreclosure on Trump Plaza PH

The daughter of one of India’s best-known businessmen, Vijay Mallya, reached a special agreement that delayed a foreclosure on her...

Vijay Mallya, daughter avoided foreclosure on Trump Plaza PH
Government briefs: Mayor proposes streetcar system, LIC project hits approval roadblock … and more

Government briefs: Mayor proposes streetcar system, LIC project hits approval roadblock … and more

From the March issue: In what has been hailed as his most ambitious transportation initiative to date, Mayor Bill de Blasio has put forward...

Government briefs: Mayor proposes streetcar system, LIC project hits approval roadblock … and more
Government briefs: Plan for $1B Javits Center unveiled, LIC hospital project still in limbo … and more

Government briefs: Plan for $1B Javits Center unveiled, LIC hospital project still in limbo … and more

From the February issue: The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, which was built in 1986 and has become one of the busiest convention centers...

Government briefs: Plan for $1B Javits Center unveiled, LIC hospital project still in limbo … and more
Beninati’s Bauhouse seeks $80M mezz loan for 3 Sutton Place

Beninati’s Bauhouse seeks $80M mezz loan for 3 Sutton Place

Joseph Beninati’s Bauhouse Group is seeking an $80 million mezzanine loan to fund his troubled residential skyscraper project at...

Beninati’s Bauhouse seeks $80M mezz loan for 3 Sutton Place
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Buyers from oil-rich nations pivoting to CRE

Deep-pocketed investors hit by the plummeting price of oil are increasingly focusing on commercial property investments as they pull...

Buyers from oil-rich nations pivoting to CRE
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