Articles by Sarabeth Sanders

Larry Silverstein (photo by Max Dworkin)

The Closing: Larry Silverstein

Larry Silverstein (photo by Max Dworkin) Just over 10 years ago, Larry Silverstein, president and CEO of Silverstein Properties, closed on the then-largest real estate transaction in the city’s history: a $3.25 billion, 99-year...

The Closing: Larry Silverstein
New developer to break ground “any day now” at Billyburg’s Beach Russ factory site

New developer to break ground “any day now” at Billyburg’s Beach Russ factory site

Aptsandlofts.com CEO David Maundrell and 544 Union Avenue (building source: PropertyShark) Another stalled Williamsburg development site is gearing up for a revival this month,...

New developer to break ground “any day now” at Billyburg’s Beach Russ factory site
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Glenwood takes control of stalled Midtown hotel and condo development site

Property on West 46th Street and rendering Glenwood Management has acquired a stalled Midtown West development site for $76.3...

Glenwood takes control of stalled Midtown hotel and condo development site
Robert De Niro selling historic Village home

Robert De Niro selling historic Village home

Robert De Niro and 14 Saint Luke’s Place Actor and real estate investor Robert De Niro is looking to...

Robert De Niro selling historic Village home
Moinian wrangles $84M loan mod at 100 John

Moinian wrangles $84M loan mod at 100 John

Joseph Moinian and 100 John Street Developer Joseph Moinian has closed on an $84 million loan extension at the Financial District rental tower the Renaissance, where he had been facing a foreclosure lawsuit from...

Moinian wrangles $84M loan mod at 100 John
Chang unloads troubled FiDi development site

Chang unloads troubled FiDi development site

Sam Chang and a 2007 rendering of 33 Beekman Street Sam Chang’s McSam Hotel Group has unloaded a distressed...

Chang unloads troubled FiDi development site
Blu Realty to open second office next month

Blu Realty to open second office next month

From left: David Tobon, Alon Chadad, Moshe Balalo, Andy Kim and Michael Arcos of the firm Blu   Blu Realty Group, the new 100 percent commission residential brokerage launched in Midtown by five Nest...

Blu Realty to open second office next month
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Downtown retail waits for its Condé moment

To look out the windows from the 10th floor of Larry Silverstein’s shiny new 7 World Trade Center is to take visual stock of how far Lower Manhattan has come since Sept. 11, 2001....

Downtown retail waits for its Condé moment
Home building charity for wounded vets to unveil state-of-the-art Staten Island property

Home building charity for wounded vets to unveil state-of-the-art Staten Island property

Brendan Marroco and his custom-built house U.S. Army infantryman Brendan Marrocco was 22 years old when a bomb exploded...

Home building charity for wounded vets to unveil state-of-the-art Staten Island property
Algonquin Hotel trades for $76 million

Algonquin Hotel trades for $76 million

Last week, the Post broke the news that Matilda the Cat might be getting yet another new landlord at the Algonquin, and now, public records show that the sale is official. According to a...

Algonquin Hotel trades for $76 million
Q & A with Miki Naftali

Q & A with Miki Naftali

Miki Naftali, the CEO and president of Israeli real estate and hotel development conglomerate Elad Group, announced last week that he would step down from the role he’s held for more than a decade...

Q & A with Miki Naftali
As Jekyll & Hyde prepares to leave Sixth Avenue flagship, building goes up for sale

As Jekyll & Hyde prepares to leave Sixth Avenue flagship, building goes up for sale

Themed restaurant chain Jekyll & Hyde is moving out of its flagship club at 1409 Sixth Avenue later this year, and in the meantime,...

As Jekyll & Hyde prepares to leave Sixth Avenue flagship, building goes up for sale
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Dutch fraudster sells at the Dakota

Jan-Dirk Paarlberg and the view from his former Dakota apartmentJan-Dirk Paarlberg, the Dutch investor who was convicted of fraud, forgery and money laundering in the Netherlands last year, has unloaded his two-bedroom apartment at...

Dutch fraudster sells at the Dakota
15 Central Park West sellers try $13M markup

15 Central Park West sellers try $13M markup

Another day, another stunning 15 Central Park West resale attempt. On the 37th floor of the Zeckendorf brothers’ limestone...

15 Central Park West sellers try $13M markup
Once-stalled W’burg condo to hit the market this summer

Once-stalled W’burg condo to hit the market this summer

A stalled Williamsburg condominium that was reincarnated through a loan-to-own deal last year is back on track for completion...

Once-stalled W’burg condo to hit the market this summer
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Former Tribeca shoe warehouse hits the market at $45M

A refurbished children’s shoe warehouse in Tribeca has hit the market for $45 million, which includes plenty of closet...

Former Tribeca shoe warehouse hits the market at $45M
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Battle of the Steves: Roth, Ross trade jabs at REBNY quarterly luncheon

From left: Stephen Ross and Steve Roth No one heeded his advice last year, but Steve Roth still wants...

Battle of the Steves: Roth, Ross trade jabs at REBNY quarterly luncheon
$55 million 15 CPW combo yanked off market

$55 million 15 CPW combo yanked off market

A floorplan for the $55 million combination spread, Yankees star Alex Rodriguez, who used to rent the lesser of the two units, and the exterior of 15 Central Park West Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez...

$55 million 15 CPW combo yanked off market
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The Real Deal on the town…

The Real Deal dropped by the London NYC Hotel’s penthouse last night for a soiree thrown in honor of Boca Raton’s One Thousand Ocean condominium, the ultra-luxe 52-unit property that debuted last year to...

The Real Deal on the town…
Activists set to protest Columbia expansion

Activists set to protest Columbia expansion

Columbia University A local activist group is planning to gather outside Columbia University’s Morningside Heights campus tomorrow evening to protest the university’s $6.3 billion expansion plan, putting officials on the defensive. “Hey Columbia, where...

Activists set to protest Columbia expansion
Cooper Square Hotel changes hands in $71M debt restructuring deal

Cooper Square Hotel changes hands in $71M debt restructuring deal

The developers of the Cooper Square Hotel have handed the property over to mezzanine lender Westport Capital Partners as...

Cooper Square Hotel changes hands in $71M debt restructuring deal
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Foreclosure sales to delay U.S. home price rebound

As the effects of lender-imposed foreclosure freezes wear off, an increase in sales of distressed homes in the coming...

Foreclosure sales to delay U.S. home price rebound
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Mattel subleases former Chelsea showroom

Mattel’s former fifth-floor showroom at 28 West 23rd Street Barbie and Ken just made some new techie friends. Fresh on the heels of raising $50 million in new funding, online advertising start-up AppNexus moved...

Mattel subleases former Chelsea showroom
Scheduled home foreclosure auctions fall to new low in New York City

Scheduled home foreclosure auctions fall to new low in New York City

(source: PropertyShark) Newly scheduled residential foreclosure auctions in New York City hit another low in January, continuing the downward...

Scheduled home foreclosure auctions fall to new low in New York City
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U.S. CMBS delinquency rate breaks last month’s record

From left: 478 Third Ave. in Manhattan (source: PropertyShark) and 10 Metrotech Center in Brooklyn Heights The volume of...

U.S. CMBS delinquency rate breaks last month’s record
Sales volume soars, but commercial property values continue to decline citywide

Sales volume soars, but commercial property values continue to decline citywide

The flip may be staging a comeback in some choice New York City neighborhoods, but overall, commercial property values...

Sales volume soars, but commercial property values continue to decline citywide
Turn-key home furnishings company makes Big Apple push

Turn-key home furnishings company makes Big Apple push

The new Tui Lifestyle showroom at 136 Greene Street in Soho and (left to right) broker Brenda Powers and...

Turn-key home furnishings company makes Big Apple push
Lender freezes not enough to hinder another record year in U.S. foreclosures

Lender freezes not enough to hinder another record year in U.S. foreclosures

(source: RealtyTrac) Even a quarter’s worth of foreclosure freezes wasn’t enough to stave off yet another record year for...

Lender freezes not enough to hinder another record year in U.S. foreclosures
TRD’s 10 most-read Web stories of the year

TRD’s 10 most-read Web stories of the year

The Real Deal has already revealed its picks for the Best of New York City Real Estate 2010 and...

TRD’s 10 most-read Web stories of the year
3,200-sf Superior Ink condo goes for $260K

3,200-sf Superior Ink condo goes for $260K

Between its celebrity residents, blockbuster sales and jealousy-inducing freebies, Superior Ink, the West Village condominium dubbed “the 15 Central Park West of Downtown,” has undoubtedly captured the spotlight in 2010. Which is why the...

3,200-sf Superior Ink condo goes for $260K
RuPaul sells West Village pad for $2.4M

RuPaul sells West Village pad for $2.4M

RuPaul and 296 West 10th Street (building photo source: PropertyShark) When RuPaul Charles, the drag queen, model, author and reality television host, hit it big, he did what many New York City celebrities have...

RuPaul sells West Village pad for $2.4M
William Beaver House to go partly rental

William Beaver House to go partly rental

Rodrigo Nino of Prodigy International and the William Beaver House William Beaver House, the André Balazs-designed Financial District condominium that was just bailed out by the Los Angeles-based CIM Group, is going partially rental...

William Beaver House to go partly rental
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Foreclosure freezes spur record declines in activity: RealtyTrac

U.S. foreclosure activity dropped to its lowest level in nearly two years in November, as the country’s biggest lenders...

Foreclosure freezes spur record declines in activity: RealtyTrac
Tribeca’s twin condos seek new developer

Tribeca’s twin condos seek new developer

The developer of the planned brick and aluminum twin condominium conversion in Tribeca is trying to flip the site...

Tribeca’s twin condos seek new developer
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UWS Food Emporium, Cobble Hill’s Trolley House new to CMBS delinquency list

From left: the Food Emporium at 250 West 90th Street and 129 Boerum Place in Cobble Hill (source: PropertyShark)...

UWS Food Emporium, Cobble Hill’s Trolley House new to CMBS delinquency list
Distressed home discounts hit five-year high

Distressed home discounts hit five-year high

Pretty much across the board, U.S. home sales took a third-quarter dive in the wake of the homebuyer tax...

Distressed home discounts hit five-year high
Related’s Ross nabs a Superior Ink pad

Related’s Ross nabs a Superior Ink pad

Stephen Ross and 400 West 12th Street The deed for an unlisted fourth-floor condominium at the Related Companies’ recently...

Related’s Ross nabs a Superior Ink pad
Hedge funder John Paulson picks up $3M Olympic Tower pad

Hedge funder John Paulson picks up $3M Olympic Tower pad

John Paulson and the Olympic Tower Hedge fund manager John Paulson, whose lucrative but infamous bets against the subprime...

Hedge funder John Paulson picks up $3M Olympic Tower pad
Public REITs no longer “between a dog and a fire hydrant,” Vornado’s Fascitelli says

Public REITs no longer “between a dog and a fire hydrant,” Vornado’s Fascitelli says

From left: James Stuckey, dean of the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate and Michael Fascitelli, CEO of Vornado Realty Trust; Panelists from left:...

Public REITs no longer “between a dog and a fire hydrant,” Vornado’s Fascitelli says
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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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NYC scheduled foreclosure auctions, REOs tumble following foreclosure freezes

It’s been just over a month since Bank of America, the nation’s largest lender, joined some of its peers...

NYC scheduled foreclosure auctions, REOs tumble following foreclosure freezes
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Trump to stump?

The decider? The Donald’s political aspirations may be purely speculative for now, (the closest Trump has come to acknowledging a possible presidential run in 2012 was when he admitted on “Good Day New York”...

Trump to stump?
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Price slashed to $50M for Rosen’s UES manse

Aby Rosen Aby Rosen’s 22,000-square-foot mansion at 22 East 71st Street — back on the market after a brief,...

Price slashed to $50M for Rosen’s UES manse
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Equinox to take over Printing House gym

The Printing House at 421 Hudson Street and the club’s rooftop pool Equinox is replacing the Printing House Fitness & Squash Club, the upscale gym touted for its rooftop pool and celebrity clients, atop...

Equinox to take over Printing House gym
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City’s CMBS impaired assets rise 3.8 percent

Delinquency uptick driven by Pinnacle-Praedium default on Upper West Side The volume of seriously impaired CMBS loans in New...

City’s CMBS impaired assets rise 3.8 percent
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Albert Ellis Institute and late founder’s UES home hits the market for $29M

Albert Ellis and the longtime home of the Albert Ellis Institute at 45 East 65th Street [Updated: 3:05 p.m.,...

Albert Ellis Institute and late founder’s UES home hits the market for $29M
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NY foreclosure activity up 46 percent in 3Q

Report shows filings up over last year’s levels in most U.S. cities Foreclosure activity rose on a year-over-year basis in 65 percent of all U.S. metro areas, including New York, during the third quarter,...

NY foreclosure activity up 46 percent in 3Q
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As Apthorp marketing team changes, sales office left dark

Corcoran Sunshine succeeds Elliman’s Dolly Lenz in handling sales at the UWS condo From left: Dolly Lenz, Lev Leviev,...

As Apthorp marketing team changes, sales office left dark
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As Apthorp marketing team changes, sales office left dark

Corcoran Sunshine succeeds Elliman’s Dolly Lenz in handling sales at the UWS condo From left: Dolly Lenz, Lev Leviev,...

As Apthorp marketing team changes, sales office left dark
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Soho Mews developer picks up Soho building for $15M

Albert Laboz and his latest residential development, Soho Mews Albert Laboz, chairman of the Fulton Mall Improvement Association and...

Soho Mews developer picks up Soho building for $15M
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NYC commercial delinquencies drop slightly

TV studio in Brooklyn among the 50 delinquent properties A commercial condo at 110 East 42nd Street, 1262 East 14th Street in Midwood , 1775 Broadway and 40 Rector Street (credit: PropertyShark) (Updated, Oct. 10,...

NYC commercial delinquencies drop slightly
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Sky View Parc’s Target, Marshalls debut

Rendering of Sky View Parc Two big-box retailers are set to open their doors this week...

Sky View Parc’s Target, Marshalls debut
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Stuy Town auction postponed

Stuyvesant Town The highly anticipated foreclosure auction for Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, which, after a closely watched legal battle between its creditors, was originally scheduled for today, has...

Stuy Town auction postponed
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A diplomatic open house

Diplomats and other officials have checked out units at 100 United Nations Plaza. When world leaders arrive for the UN’s General Assembly each fall, New Yorkers brace themselves for street closures, heavy traffic and...

A diplomatic open house
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Foreclosure sales dip in NYC, unlike nation

Report reveals biggest discounts are in Brooklyn and Staten Island Distressed property investors, take note: New York City homes in foreclosure are selling at as much as 43 percent off the average sale price,...

Foreclosure sales dip in NYC, unlike nation
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Few discounts in first PS90 closings

Ron Moelis and PS90 The first two closings at Harlem’s PS90 have hit public record, and thus far, it looks like prices for L + M Development Partners’ market-rate units are holding up exceptionally...

Few discounts in first PS90 closings
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Urban Glass House neighbor may go residential, too

481-487 Washington Street An old Hudson Square printing factory next door to the Phillip Johnson-designed Urban Glass House has...

Urban Glass House neighbor may go residential, too
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Real estate mogul Hochfelder sentenced

From left: Adam Hochfelder, 230 Park Avenue, 237 Park Avenue and 450 West 33rd Street   Adam Hochfelder, the real estate executive who pleaded guilty earlier this year to defrauding investors, relatives and lenders...

Real estate mogul Hochfelder sentenced
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“9 By Design” stars hire Del Nunzio to help sell their West Street townhouse

Robert and Cortney Novogratz, their 400 West Street townhouse and brokers Raphael De Niro of Prudential Douglas Elliman and...

“9 By Design” stars hire Del Nunzio to help sell their West Street townhouse
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NYC residential defaults surge after six months of decline

The number of New York City residences entering the foreclosure process surged by nearly 38 percent in August, reversing...

NYC residential defaults surge after six months of decline
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NYC residential defaults surge

The number of New York City residences entering the foreclosure process surged by nearly 38 percent in August, reversing a six-month trend and suggesting that the foreclosure cycle has yet to fully run its...

NYC residential defaults surge
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Dr. Ruth’s former UES haunt sells for $24.5M

Lloyd Goldman unloads property primed for mega-mansion conversion  1024 Lexington Avenue The Upper East Side’s one-time “hotel for doctors,”...

Dr. Ruth’s former UES haunt sells for $24.5M
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Dr. Jay’s founder flips 15

At left: 15 Central Park West; Top right: Nautica founder David Chu, whose wife just closed on another apartment at the building; Bottom right: Listing agent Joanna Cutler It’s New York Fashion Week, but...

Dr. Jay’s founder flips 15
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SI sees 90% rise in scheduled foreclosures

(source: PropertyShark) Newly scheduled residential foreclosure auctions rose by 90 percent in Staten Island last month, reversing the dip seen in July and prolonging the borough’s year-long pattern of dramatic ups and downs, according...

SI sees 90% rise in scheduled foreclosures
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Skirting the mansion tax in a buyer’s market

New York buyers love the nines. As in, $999,999. Or just anything below a million dollars. That’s because the...

Skirting the mansion tax in a buyer’s market
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New site highlights NYC’s worst landlords

Housing code violators concentrated in city’s poorest areas Landlord Sam Suzuki, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio ...

New site highlights NYC’s worst landlords
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NYC construction starts drop 64 percent

New York City saw $2.5 billion worth of construction projects get off the ground last quarter, a 64 percent decline from the first quarter of the year’s $6.9 billion, and a sign that an...

NYC construction starts drop 64 percent
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Ponzi schemer Nicholson’s former Time Warner Center pad sells for $6.75M

Time Warner Center and James Nicholson The U.S. Marshal’s office has unloaded the Time Warner Center condo that belonged...

Ponzi schemer Nicholson’s former Time Warner Center pad sells for $6.75M
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Ponzi schemer Nicholson’s former Time Warner Center pad sells for $6.75M

Time Warner Center and James Nicholson The U.S. Marshal’s office has unloaded the Time Warner Center condo that belonged...

Ponzi schemer Nicholson’s former Time Warner Center pad sells for $6.75M
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Number of homes in NYC foreclosure pipeline declines

Lis pendens down by 52 percent in July In a possible indication that the foreclosure cycle has already reached...

Number of homes in NYC foreclosure pipeline declines
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NYC delinquency rate continues upward as distressed properties list grows

The tally of distressed properties in New York City grew last month along with the delinquency rate, according to...

NYC delinquency rate continues upward as distressed properties list grows
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Swig unloads 140 William at 53 percent loss

Kent Swig and 140 William Street (building photo source: PropertyShark) Real estate developer Kent Swig has sold the empty, 36,000-square-foot office property at 140 William Street for $11.35 million, or roughly $315 per square...

Swig unloads 140 William at 53 percent loss
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Hip-hop exec Damon Dash sees one Tribeca condo sell in foreclosure auction, other fails

Two foreclosed Tribeca condominiums belonging to hip-hop executive Damon Dash went up for auction at Manhattan Supreme Court this...

Hip-hop exec Damon Dash sees one Tribeca condo sell in foreclosure auction, other fails
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Fox News’ Colmes sells Silk Building pad

Alan Colmes and his Silk Building penthouse Radio talk show host Alan Colmes, formerly the liberal half of Fox...

Fox News’ Colmes sells Silk Building pad
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Walentas rental conversion to debut next spring

David Walentas and 25 Washington Street (building photo source: PropertyShark) The latest commercial-to-residential conversion from Dumbo kingpins David and...

Walentas rental conversion to debut next spring
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Walentas’ $25M Clocktower triplex nears rent-to-own deal: developer

David Walentas’ Clocktower triplex in Dumbo David Walentas’ 7,000-square-foot Clocktower building triplex in Dumbo — potentially Brooklyn’s priciest condominium...

Walentas’ $25M Clocktower triplex nears rent-to-own deal: developer
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NYC foreclosure activity drops 24 percent, state ranks 10th lowest in country

Home foreclosure activity in New York City continued its pattern of ups and downs during the first six months...

NYC foreclosure activity drops 24 percent, state ranks 10th lowest in country
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Chelsea middle school gets new $39 million Union Square home

10 East 15th Street (source: PropertyShark) A selective Chelsea middle school that’s been squeezed out of its current space...

Chelsea middle school gets new $39 million Union Square home
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Four new properties make NYC distressed list

Four New York City addresses made their debuts on Trepp’s list of distressed properties in June, and one made...

Four new properties make NYC distressed list
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Will King James get a free NYC castle?

One might think, based solely on the media craze of the past few weeks, that basketball mega-star LeBron James has the power to single-handedly resuscitate the city’s economy, close the budget gap and return...

Will King James get a free NYC castle?
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Equinox founder sells Buckingham Hotel to UBS for $60M

A partnership including Equinox founder Danny Errico has sold the Buckingham Hotel, the storied, 100-room luxury property at 101...

Equinox founder sells Buckingham Hotel to UBS for $60M
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Addresses with star power

New York provides a steady stream of celebrity real estate sightings — from Matt Damon’s exhaustive apartment search on the Upper West Side to Jay-Z and Ralph Lauren peeking at David Walentas’ $25 million...

Addresses with star power
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New York metro area ranks 15th in the country for home foreclosure sales

The New York metropolitan area ranked 15th in the nation for residential foreclosure sales last quarter with 4,300 distressed...

New York metro area ranks 15th in the country for home foreclosure sales
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New York metro area ranks 15th in the country for home foreclosure sales

The New York metropolitan area ranked 15th in the nation for residential foreclosure sales last quarter with 4,300 distressed...

New York metro area ranks 15th in the country for home foreclosure sales
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Manhattan’s top 10 biggest homes

  10. The Milbank Mansion at 14-16 East 67th Street (14,626 square feet)     For the past few decades, the five-story structure at 133-137 East 73rd Street was known as a “hotel for...

Manhattan’s top 10 biggest homes
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Manhattan’s top 10 biggest homes

A new list shows where to find those 20,000-square-foot townhouses 10. The Milbank Mansion at 14-16 East 67th Street (14,626 square feet)   For the past few decades, the five-story structure at 133-137 East...

Manhattan’s top 10 biggest homes
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If Carrie and Paula can’t sell it… can Dolly?

870 Park Avenue and, top to bottom: Paula Del Nunzio, Carrie Chiang, Dolly Lenz (Updated 6:27 p.m. with quote...

If Carrie and Paula can’t sell it… can Dolly?
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Related defends 1 WTC bid

Fox News charges Related-Middle East connection, but developer not alone in financial ties From left: Douglas Durst of the Durst Organization, Stephen Ross of the Related Companies The Port Authority of New York &...

Related defends 1 WTC bid
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Related defends 1 WTC bid

Fox News charges Related-Middle East connection, but developer not alone in financial ties From left: Douglas Durst of the Durst Organization, Stephen Ross of the Related Companies The Port Authority of New York &...

Related defends 1 WTC bid
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Azure gets AG’s green light

Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Ilan Bracha and Azure The Upper East Side luxury cond-op that was the site of a deadly crane collapse in May 2008 has been officially declared effective by the state attorney...

Azure gets AG’s green light
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Azure gets AG’s green light

Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Ilan Bracha and Azure The Upper East Side luxury cond-op that was the site of a deadly crane collapse in May 2008 has been officially declared effective by the state attorney...

Azure gets AG’s green light
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Charter school picks up $15M Harlem site

32 West 125th Street (source: PropertyShark) Harlem Village Academies, the successful charter school network touted by Mayor Mike Bloomberg last year as “the poster child” for education reform in the U.S., has closed on...

Charter school picks up $15M Harlem site
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Lotta headaches for Harlem condo-turned-hostel developers

Tamir Shemesh and 159 West 118th Street Prudential Douglas Elliman is suing the developers of an erstwhile condo-turned-shuttered hostel...

Lotta headaches for Harlem condo-turned-hostel developers
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[email protected] relaunches sales, again

The Downtown Brooklyn condo slashes prices in wake of mortgage buy-out A model unit at [email protected] A year-and-a-half behind schedule, Downtown Brooklyn’s long-awaited [email protected] condominium is launching its third attempt at selling out the...

[email protected] relaunches sales, again
Auto exec’s UES townhouse back on the market at $15.3M

Auto exec’s UES townhouse back on the market at $15.3M

Auto executive Jim Press and the townhouse at 178 East 64th Street With the $35,000-a-month lease at auto executive...

Auto exec’s UES townhouse back on the market at $15.3M
Elliman’s Leonard Steinberg buys at “Sky Garage,” leaving him one unit left to market

Elliman’s Leonard Steinberg buys at “Sky Garage,” leaving him one unit left to market

Leonard Steinberg and his new pad at the “Sky Garage” Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Leonard Steinberg, who is heading up sales and marketing at the...

Elliman’s Leonard Steinberg buys at “Sky Garage,” leaving him one unit left to market
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Pop-up shops still popular in slow market

From left: 64 Wooster Street, the fifth floor of 42 Greene Street Two small production companies are touching down for 10 days each in vacant Soho spaces owned by Zar Property, according to David...

Pop-up shops still popular in slow market
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NYC sees March foreclosure uptick

Nearly 5,000 New York City homes were hit with foreclosure filings in the first quarter of 2010, up 1.51 percent from the quarter before and 16.21 percent over the first quarter of 2009, according...

NYC sees March foreclosure uptick
Eventi projects neon spectacle onto Sixth Ave.

Eventi projects neon spectacle onto Sixth Ave.

The Eventi hotel on the corner of 29th Street and Sixth Avenue, during the day The West 29th Street...

Eventi projects neon spectacle onto Sixth Ave.
Park Avenue co-op hits market — with a closet even Carrie Bradshaw would covet

Park Avenue co-op hits market — with a closet even Carrie Bradshaw would covet

993 Park Avenue (Source: PropertyShark); Top right: Seller Robert Kramer; Bottom Right: Agent S. Jean Meisel After financier Robert...

Park Avenue co-op hits market — with a closet even Carrie Bradshaw would covet
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