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HFZ sued by former developer of Turtle Bay site

HFZ sued by former developer of Turtle Bay site

Developer James Kennelly filed suit Wednesday against HFZ Capital Group and Arbor Realty Funding, alleging the development firm and...

HFZ sued by former developer of Turtle Bay site
HFZ's Ziel Feldman and a Halcyon project rendering

HFZ’s Turtle Bay condos to start at $1.5M

HFZ Capital Group’s condominium development in Turtle Bay, once the site of a deadly crane collapse, will be called Halcyon NY and will include a mix of one-bedrooms through four-bedrooms, priced at between $1.5...

HFZ’s Turtle Bay condos to start at $1.5M
A rendering of the Zeckendorfs' 50 United Nations Plaza

Turtle Bay comes out from under its shell

Midtown East’s Turtle Bay neighborhood is undergoing a development renaissance, with several long-stalled projects recently taking off and a number of new projects in the pipeline, the Wall Street Journal reported. 

Turtle Bay comes out from under its shell
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Court denies dismissal of suit against Herrick Feinstein at Turtle Bay crane collapse site

A New York state appeals court refused Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit brought by Arbor Realty Funding against Herrick...

Court denies dismissal of suit against Herrick Feinstein at Turtle Bay crane collapse site
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HFZ temporarily halts work at Turtle Bay site

HFZ Capital Group was forced to temporarily halt construction at its controversial Turtle Bay condominium project after a contractor...

HFZ temporarily halts work at Turtle Bay site
CIM closes on Midtown development site

CIM closes on Midtown development site

Los Angeles-based CIM Group closed its majority stake in a high-rise residential tower and retail development site in Midtown, according to a statement from the developer yesterday. The site, at 303 East 51st Street,...

CIM closes on Midtown development site
CIM in talks to back HFZ’s Turtle Bay condo tower

CIM in talks to back HFZ’s Turtle Bay condo tower

CIM Group has reached a deal with HFZ Capital Group to invest up to $85 million in the developer’s...

CIM in talks to back HFZ’s Turtle Bay condo tower
E. 51st St. crane collapse site still lacks permit

E. 51st St. crane collapse site still lacks permit

From left, 303 East 51st Street, Ziel Feldman, founder of HFZ Capital Group, and City Council member Jessica Lappin...

E. 51st St. crane collapse site still lacks permit
Six of seven families settle out of court over Turtle Bay crane collapse 

Six of seven families settle out of court over Turtle Bay crane collapse 

There is only one wrongful-death lawsuit related to the 2008 Turtle Bay crane collapse left unsettled, the New York...

Six of seven families settle out of court over Turtle Bay crane collapse 
Rigger in crane collapse loses license

Rigger in crane collapse loses license

Though he was cleared of manslaughter charges last year, William Rapetti received a punishment for his part in the crane collapse in Midtown in 2008 that killed seven people. A judge today found that...

Rigger in crane collapse loses license
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