Articles by Marc Ferris

New School critics worry building will become an eyesore

New School critics worry building will become an eyesore

As if New School President Bob Kerrey didn’t have enough problems contending with a faculty and student revolt against...

New School critics worry building will become an eyesore
New law offers hope to cheated brokers

New law offers hope to cheated brokers

At his very first closing, Brooklyn broker Luke Constantino was stunned when the seller’s lawyer told him and his co-broker that the deal would be dead unless they each shaved a point off their...

New law offers hope to cheated brokers
Elliman cancels annual holiday bash

Elliman cancels annual holiday bash

The party’s over at residential giant Prudential Douglas Elliman. The company has canceled its annual holiday soiree. Instead, the firm will donate funds to a charity while individual offices will still hold parties, said...

Elliman cancels annual holiday bash
Flashy cars offered as incentives

Flashy cars offered as incentives

When the market turns down, developers tend to roll out incentives, including trips, pools and the waiving of payments and fees. In Demarest, N.J., American Properties Realty has launched a unique promotion: buyers at...

Flashy cars offered as incentives
Where power brokers dine

Where power brokers dine

When it comes to New York City restaurants, “it’s not about the food, it’s about the scene-making,” where the preferred places “have room between the tables to prevent eavesdropping” and allow a busy real...

Where power brokers dine
Residential development collides with West Chelsea clubs

Residential development collides with West Chelsea clubs

West Chelsea’s streets have long been the locus of New York club life when the sun goes down. The...

Residential development collides with West Chelsea clubs
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