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“We’re not in the business of land-grabbing:” Hana CEO on the future of flex space

“We’re not in the business of land-grabbing:” Hana CEO on the future of flex space

Hypergrowth has been the mantra of flex-office-space players for years. WeWork became the largest private tenant in New York City by signing leases at...

“We’re not in the business of land-grabbing:” Hana CEO on the future of flex space
Costa Constantinides (Credit: VoteCosta)

Bill would cap emissions at many rent-regulated buildings

Last May the city enacted sweeping legislation that required buildings to cap carbon emissions — but it spared properties...

Bill would cap emissions at many rent-regulated buildings
Zillow CEO Richard Barton and Douglas Elliman chairman Howard Lorber (Getty, JD Lasica via Flickr)

StreetEasy threatens to yank Elliman’s rental listings

Call it a declaration of war? StreetEasy has threatened to yank Douglas Elliman’s rental listings in what the portal...

StreetEasy threatens to yank Elliman’s rental listings
730 Park Avenue (Google Maps, Wikipedia)

British aristocrats sue to quit Park Ave purchase

A couple whose family has been part of the British aristocracy for generations wants out of a $5.5 million...

British aristocrats sue to quit Park Ave purchase
Capacity constraints may cause agony for restaurateurs and their landlords (iStock, Getty)

Survival of the Fullest: Restaurants fear capacity constraints will kill them

As restaurants move to open, owners are agonizing over capacity constraints and social distancing guidelines, which are expected to...

Survival of the Fullest: Restaurants fear capacity constraints will kill them
The Hotel Indigo Lower East Side at 171 Ludlow Street and Rotem Rosen (Credit: Hotel Indigo)

Tallying crisis’ toll on MRR Development’s Hotel Indigo

Unlike many New York hotels, Hotel Indigo Lower East Side has kept its doors open during the coronavirus pandemic....

Tallying crisis’ toll on MRR Development’s Hotel Indigo
Douglas Durst, One Five One, and Tik Tok CEO Kevin Mayer (Getty, Google Maps, iStock)

The biggest new tenant in New York City is… TikTok

TikTok is coming to Times Square. The parent company for the video-sharing app has inked a lease with the...

The biggest new tenant in New York City is… TikTok
Hotel occupancy continued its recovery from the coronavirus, with rates reaching an average of 35% in the U.S. after Memorial Day weekend. (Getty)

Hotel occupancy hovers around 35% after Memorial Day boost

Hotels are slowly clawing their way back from pandemic purgatory. National occupancy rates climbed to 35.4 percent between May...

Hotel occupancy hovers around 35% after Memorial Day boost
Toll Brothers CEO Douglas C. Yearley Jr. (Credit: iStock)

Pandemic takes a Toll: Builder’s profits drop 42%

As coronavirus battered the residential market, Toll Brothers said its second-quarter profits dropped nearly 42 percent from a year...

Pandemic takes a Toll: Builder’s profits drop 42%
470 Kent Avenue and Naftali Group’s Miki Naftali (Credit: Google Maps, Gonzalo Marroquin/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Naftali closes on large Williamsburg development site for $100M

The Naftali Group closed on one of the last large-scale development sites on the Williamsburg waterfront. Miki Naftali’s development...

Naftali closes on large Williamsburg development site for $100M
Frederick Arnold, formerly of Convergex and Alex Dimitrief, formerly of General Electric (Getty, Twitter Navient)

Tensions brew on WeWork’s board with appointment of new members

A brewing dispute at WeWork is set to intensify after a Delaware court approved the co-working company’s decision to...

Tensions brew on WeWork’s board with appointment of new members
Industrious' Mary Hogan Preusse and CEO Jamie Hodari (Twitter)

Industrious adds first female board member and eyes IPO

Flexible-office startup Industrious is moving closer to an initial public offering despite the perils of the coronavirus, which led...

Industrious adds first female board member and eyes IPO
Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (Getty)

Assembly speaker fast-tracks rent relief bill

A rent-relief bill facing an uphill battle in the Assembly’s housing committee will head to the chamber floor for...

Assembly speaker fast-tracks rent relief bill
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Getty)

“Large pools of talent”: Mark Zuckerberg touts remote-work plan

After announcing that Facebook will move toward more working from home, Mark Zuckerberg has detailed why the plan will...

“Large pools of talent”: Mark Zuckerberg touts remote-work plan
New York State lawmakers have approved a moratorium on evictions for the remainder of the Covid-19 emergency. (iStock)

Eviction-ban bill passed by lawmakers as landlords object

State lawmakers have approved a moratorium on evictions for the remainder of the Covid-19 emergency. The bill, which still...

Eviction-ban bill passed by lawmakers as landlords object
Colony Capital CEO Tom Barrack (Getty, iStock)

Colony Capital reconsiders hotel portfolio in bid to shift from traditional properties

Colony Capital is weighing its options for its portfolio of hotels. The Tom Barrack-led company has hired Moelis &...

Colony Capital reconsiders hotel portfolio in bid to shift from traditional properties
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TRD Insights: Home lending in the United States was solid before the coronavirus pandemic hit

Home lending in the United States entered the coronavirus pandemic on solid footing, according to a quarterly report from real estate data provider Attom...

TRD Insights: Home lending in the United States was solid before the coronavirus pandemic hit
The Durst Organization president Jonathan Durst and 655 Third Avenue (Google Maps)

Mitsubishi International renews big lease at Durst’s 655 Third Avenue

Mitsubishi International has renewed its lease at the Durst Organization’s 655 Third Avenue, a space it has occupied for...

Mitsubishi International renews big lease at Durst’s 655 Third Avenue

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