National February 2022 Issue


The cryptonaires will see you now

Even by luxury standards, the estate 40 miles outside Denver was a rare find: a 45,000-square-foot, 11-bedroom mansion with an art and wine collection, four kitchens, three guest apartments and an entertainment wing with a dance floor, bowling alley, indoor pool and spa. The 70-acre grounds included manicured gardens with waterfalls, two stocked fish ponds and a panoramic view of the Rockies. Potential buyers filtered in from around the world… [more]

How Andrew Chung won New York City’s warehouse race

How Andrew Chung won New York City’s warehouse race

Like a shipping container precisely packed to fill every last cubic inch, Andrew Chung’s new Bronx warehouse is squeezed...

How Andrew Chung won New York City’s warehouse race
Agents, developers see bright future for new NYC condos

Agents, developers see bright future for new NYC condos

It will take more than another Covid variant and a shifting economic outlook to dim Lightstone’s spirits.  The developer...

Agents, developers see bright future for new NYC condos
Why “smart money” is chasing San Francisco apartments
San Francisco

Why “smart money” is chasing San Francisco apartments

When David Wasserman first started working as a San Francisco landlord attorney in the mid-1990s, his clients often had...

Why “smart money” is chasing San Francisco apartments
Pumping up prices in South Florida
Miami

Pumping up prices in South Florida

UPDATED, Feb. 9, 11 a.m.: Not long ago, Hialeah, a working class city with the second-largest population in Miami-Dade County, was a place where first-time and frugal buyers could find plenty of modestly priced...

Pumping up prices in South Florida
Buyer beware: Proptech SPACs have lost their shine
National

Buyer beware: Proptech SPACs have lost their shine

For proptech companies considering going public, it may be prudent to wait. Most of the proptechs that did so...

Buyer beware: Proptech SPACs have lost their shine
Zach and Cody Vichinsky’s excellent adventure

Zach and Cody Vichinsky’s excellent adventure

Cody Vichinsky sat at a corner table in the CORE club. His locks were flowing, his skin bronze despite...

Zach and Cody Vichinsky’s excellent adventure
CRE brokers adapt to brave new Miami market
Miami

CRE brokers adapt to brave new Miami market

Tony Arellano remembers the days when inking a lease took months. Getting a tenant to commit to space involved fielding more than a dozen inquiries, just as many in-person meetings, and countless back-and-forths on...

CRE brokers adapt to brave new Miami market
The Closing: Rafael Cestero

The Closing: Rafael Cestero

When Rafael Cestero took the helm of the Community Preservation Corporation in 2012, he had never worked out a distressed loan portfolio or sold distressed assets. Nor did he have experience restructuring credit agreements. ...

The Closing: Rafael Cestero
Stuart Elliott
National

Editor’s note: Virtual economies, real (estate) riches

We have all become digital nomads. What that means for real estate (and real estate values) is still murky,...

Editor’s note: Virtual economies, real (estate) riches

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