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RedSky Capital’s Benjamin Bernstein and 1 Java Street in Greenpoint (Credit: ICSC and Google Maps)

RedSky puts Greenpoint dev site on market asking $165M

Brooklyn-focused real estate investment firm RedSky Capital has put another property on the market amid uncertainty over the valuation...

RedSky puts Greenpoint dev site on market asking $165M
56 Leonard Street and 146 West 57th Street (Credit: Fruitpunchline via Wikipedia; Google Maps)

For second week, Manhattan records just two luxury contracts

It was a gloomy, if not somewhat expected result for the city’s brokers, who are feeling the effects of...

For second week, Manhattan records just two luxury contracts
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky (Chesky by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Airbnb)

Airbnb raises $1B from private equity firms

As its global host network struggles and its planned initial public offering faces uncertainty, Airbnb is landing a financial lifeline to help it weather the coronavirus storm. The home-sharing company is raising $1 billion...

Airbnb raises $1B from private equity firms
Absent federal assistance, landlords and real estate developers are at the mercy of their lenders. (Credit: iStock)

Landlords locked out of $350B Paycheck Protection Program

The federal loan program meant to help small businesses weather the coronavirus’ economic impact leaves landlords out. Owners of...

Landlords locked out of $350B Paycheck Protection Program
46 Cook Street in Brooklyn (Credit: Google Maps)

Williamsburg biz takes 53% more space to meet demand

A digital pharmacy significantly increased the size of its new lease in Williamsburg because of the coronavirus pandemic, according...

Williamsburg biz takes 53% more space to meet demand
(Illustration by Maciej Frolow)

What other nations’ coronavirus experiences predict for us

The United States is now at the forefront of the coronavirus pandemic, after weeks of watching from a distance...

What other nations’ coronavirus experiences predict for us
60 Norfolk Street and 1607 Surf Avenue (Credit: Google Maps)

The top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC

At least some developers are still filing projects, even as New York City remains on lockdown. Overall, permit filings...

The top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC
From left: Brian Stoffers, chairman of Mortgage Bankers Association, Bob Goldberg, CEO of The National Association of Realtors, and Dean Mon, chairman of National Association of Home Builders (Credit: Stoffers via Thomas Yau/South China Morning Post via Getty Images; Goldberg via NAR; Mon via Michael Loccisano/FilmMagic; iStock)

As forbearance wave hits, real estate industry begs Fed to take action

The commercial real estate industry is asking the federal government to buy bonds, assets, or lend money to mortgage...

As forbearance wave hits, real estate industry begs Fed to take action
Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son (Photo by Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images)

“Tactically, I’ve made regrets. Strategically, I am unchanged:” The Masa Son interview

Following the billions it has plowed into now-beleaguered WeWork, compounded by the coronavirus crisis, SoftBank’s stock is trading well below the value of its...

“Tactically, I’ve made regrets. Strategically, I am unchanged:” The Masa Son interview


Inside The New York issue

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Why real estate is still tangled up with the mob

Why real estate is still tangled up with the mob

A glaring gray area for Stuy Town, Blackstone and the city

A glaring gray area for Stuy Town, Blackstone and the city

The Waldorf Astoria’s big gamble

The Waldorf Astoria’s big gamble

Is it over for iBuying? Pandemic causes major players to hit pause

Is it over for iBuying? Pandemic causes major players to hit pause

Fed-up brokers are going off-road to avoid StreetEasy

Fed-up brokers are going off-road to avoid StreetEasy

The Closing: Simon Ziff

The Closing: Simon Ziff

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Rendering of Master Plan for Sunnyside Yard

Sunnyside Yard project by the numbers

Real estate insiders like to cite the well-known axiom about the value of land: “They’re not making any more of it.” But that’s essentially what the de Blasio administration and Amtrak aim to do...

Sunnyside Yard project by the numbers
Proptech and the pandemic TRD Talks Live

Proptech and the pandemic: Will coronavirus change how real estate works?

Proptech pioneers have long sought to disrupt the real estate industry with new ways of doing business. Will the...

Proptech and the pandemic: Will coronavirus change how real estate works?
Catch New York at 21 9th Avenue (Credit: Catch; iStock)

Catch Hospitality Group laid off nearly 770 last month

Catch Hospitality Group has laid off 767 people from its stable of New York City restaurants. Over 356 workers...

Catch Hospitality Group laid off nearly 770 last month
Map of essential active construction sites (Credit: NYC Department of Buildings)

City clears another 300 construction sites for “emergency” work

The number of emergency construction sites exempt from the state’s shutdown of non-essential work has jumped by more than...

City clears another 300 construction sites for “emergency” work
Related CEO Jeff Blau (Photo by Jared Siskin/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Related’s Blau on tenants with cash: “It’s their obligation to pay”

With a $97 billion real estate portfolio, Related Companies faced a reckoning this month. But after bracing for a...

Related’s Blau on tenants with cash: “It’s their obligation to pay”
Jetty's Michael Rudoy and Luke Cohler (Credit: Twitter; LinkedIn; iStock)

Rental insurance startup Jetty lays off 40% of staff

Jetty, a Silicon Valley-backed rental-insurance startup, has laid off 40 percent of its workforce, The Real Deal has learned....

Rental insurance startup Jetty lays off 40% of staff
President Donald Trump, Small Business Administrator Jovita Carranza and Secretary of Treasury Steve Mnuchin (Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Brokers must wait to tap SBA forgivable loan lifeline

The majority of real estate brokers seeking help from the federal government’s paycheck lifeline program will have to wait...

Brokers must wait to tap SBA forgivable loan lifeline
SoFla prepares for flood of foreclosures and evictions after governor’s freeze

SoFla prepares for flood of foreclosures and evictions after governor’s freeze

With hundreds of Floridians losing their jobs on a daily basis and the economy on crutches, Florida Gov. Ron...

SoFla prepares for flood of foreclosures and evictions after governor’s freeze
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (Credit: Albin Lohr-Jones/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images, iStock)

Cuomo extends ban on non-essential work to April 29

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday extended his statewide ban on going to non-essential workplaces through April 29. During a...

Cuomo extends ban on non-essential work to April 29
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