September 2019 Issue

The Eklund and Gomes roadshow

About six years ago, “Million Dollar Listing New York” star and Douglas Elliman broker Fredrik Eklund had a vision. While sitting at the rooftop pool at the SLS Hotel in Los Angeles with his business partner, John Gomes, real estate legend Barbara Corcoran and his older brother, Sigge, Eklund said that “we will be living” in L.A. at some point. This July, that prediction came true. Eklund sold his Tribeca… [more]

The mastermind behind
the expansion

Before there was Julia Spillman, … [more]

NYC’s new global
investment fix

More than half a year after China … [more]

Can someone say

Welcome to the new frontier of brokerages — megateams. And the soon-to-be-70-agent team headed up by Fredrik … [more]

Planting flags in the Big Apple

1. 30 Hudson Yards (COMMERCIAL CONDO) VALUE: $2.2 billion BUYER: Allianz, Arizona State… [more]

The foreign buyer fallout

On Friday, Aug. 23, President Trump escalated his trade war with China in a series of tweets that labeled … [more]

Paul Massey’s B6 bet

“Rain Man” and “Beaches” were playing on the big screen and the Berlin Wall was still standing. The year was 1988… [more]

Dumbo’s new
development deluge

New York is no stranger to… [more]

Banking on volatility

In January, French investment bank Natixis agreed to provide a $95 million loan for 500 North Michigan Avenue, a 24-… [more]

The Closing: Carrie Chiang

Carrie Chiang is the consummate closer. To date, she has sealed more than $6 billion in residential real estate deals. Hand-picked by Barbara Corcoran to join her … [more]

Residential market report

Luxury brokers who cleaned-up in record-setting month June was the best month for New York City’s luxury market… [more]

Commercial market report

Rent law “shutting down” I-sales market July is almost always a sluggish month for real estate deals in New York, but even by that standard, this was an extremely … [more]

Editor’s note:
Real estate’s team USA

There is the worn adage that real estate is all about “location, location, location.” But while property may be local, capital markets, branding and tech make it easier to have… [more]

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