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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
The makeover department

The makeover department

From the December issue: Manhattan’s department stores are under siege, as shoppers increasingly choose to go online rather than brave the city crowds. Last year, over $15 billion was spent in online shopping during...

The makeover department
$350 million mixed-use Bronx project gets green light

$350 million mixed-use Bronx project gets green light

Gifford Miller, a partner at Signature Urban Properties, and a rendering of the Bronx development A massive $350 million...

$350 million mixed-use Bronx project gets green light
San Francisco agent on reality TV joins Stribling’s Tribeca office

San Francisco agent on reality TV joins Stribling’s Tribeca office

After achieving on-air acclaim as a go-to-guy for commentary on San Francisco’s residential real estate market over the past...

San Francisco agent on reality TV joins Stribling’s Tribeca office
Any takers for Borders’ Manhattan spaces?

Any takers for Borders’ Manhattan spaces?

From left: James Avallone of DJM Realty, Benjamin Fox of Massey Knakal, Gary Alterman of RKF, Borders at 2...

Any takers for Borders’ Manhattan spaces?
Bracha, Pinto try to save synagogue plans at Heritage at Trump Place

Bracha, Pinto try to save synagogue plans at Heritage at Trump Place

From left: Ilan Bracha, Rabbi Yishayahu Yosef Pinto and 240 Riverside Boulevard (building photo credit: CityRealty) A three-year old...

Bracha, Pinto try to save synagogue plans at Heritage at Trump Place
One BBP retail’s a waiting game

One BBP retail’s a waiting game

From left: Winick Realty’s Diana Boutross, One Brooklyn Bridge Park and Ian Levine of RAL Companies & Affiliates Residents of One Brooklyn Bridge Park will soon — in theory — have a grocery store,...

One BBP retail’s a waiting game
What will become of late heiress’ real estate?

What will become of late heiress’ real estate?

Clockwise: Huguette Clark, her Santa Barbara estate, her Connecticut home and 907 Fifth Avenue It seems fitting that the...

What will become of late heiress’ real estate?
Saunders & Associates expands with Southampton office

Saunders & Associates expands with Southampton office

Bridgehampton-based residential brokerage firm Saunders & Associates is opening a sister office in nearby Southampton. Andrew Saunders, founder of...

Saunders & Associates expands with Southampton office
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Billionaires’ real estate club

Billionaires have had to deal with the weakened market, too. Of course, their definition of economic pain might be a bit different, as is clear from the annual Forbes ranking of the richest Americans....

Billionaires’ real estate club
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The aging apple

With a rapidly aging pool of commercial towers, New York has fallen behind dozens of other international cities, which are adding state-of-the-art office space to their building stock at far faster rates than the...

The aging apple
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Rich, but also generous?

The nine New York City real estate titans that earned ink on this year’s Forbes 400 list have a combined worth of nearly $21 billion, a sum surpassing the GDP of dozens of sovereign...

Rich, but also generous?
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Billionaires’ real estate club

How have New York’s wealthiest property moguls weathered the downturn? Billionaires have had to deal with the weakened market, too. Of course, their definition of economic pain might be a bit different, as is...

Billionaires’ real estate club
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Commercial deals up in outer boroughs, too

496 Fulton Street was Brooklyn’s top commercial sale this year Manhattan isn’t the only New York City borough that’s seen an uptick in building sales this year. The city’s outer boroughs are seeing their...

Commercial deals up in outer boroughs, too
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The upcoming collapse facing commercial leasing — maybe

Just as signs of a rebound start to emerge, researchers say New York’s commercial leasing market could be barreling...

The upcoming collapse facing commercial leasing — maybe
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Betting on a starquitecto

A rendering of the Habita Hotel and Sean Ludwick of Black House Development at the construction siteWhen the first credit card is swiped at the new High Line Habita Hotel in Chelsea, it will...

Betting on a starquitecto
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An afterlife for 85 Broad?

85 Broad Street Over its 27-year lifespan, 85 Broad Street in Lower Manhattan has been described in an assortment of ways: “forgettable” (the New Yorker), “desperately anonymous” (the New York Observer), and “institutional” (the...

An afterlife for 85 Broad?
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Developers see golf club troubles, and start buying

Even beyond the sordid chronicling of Tiger Woods’s personal peccadilloes, it’s been a tough year for the sport of...

Developers see golf club troubles, and start buying
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Despite bargain rents, corporate relocations down

Firms still wary of cost of moving Studley’s new office at 399 Park Avenue From the June issue: Inertia is...

Despite bargain rents, corporate relocations down
Park Avenue gets pounded

Park Avenue gets pounded

Click image for larger version From the December issue: If the last 12 months have served as a humbling recalibration of the entire U.S. economy, then there is perhaps no urban office district more...

Park Avenue gets pounded
Real estate eyes turn to Liu

Real estate eyes turn to Liu

From the November issue: As John Liu measures the drapes for his new offices at 1 Centre Street in Lower Manhattan, there is quiet consternation within the real estate community that a key source...

Real estate eyes turn to Liu
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Brokerages’ new distressed teams tested

From the March issue: Over the past several months, the city’s real estate brokerage houses have mounted their efforts...

Brokerages’ new distressed teams tested
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