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Sen. Michael Gianaris and Long Island City (NY Senate, Wikipedia)

“Amazon killer” Gianaris wants to overhaul subsidy programs that could have net billions for HQ2

State lawmakers are looking to drastically scale back a pair of outer borough subsidy programs that became huge points of contention during Amazon’s attempted...

“Amazon killer” Gianaris wants to overhaul subsidy programs that could have net billions for HQ2
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Small Talk: Real Estate Predictions for 2020

As everyone already knows, the biggest real estate story of 2019 was the August debut of Small Talk in...

Small Talk: Real Estate Predictions for 2020
From left: Manhattan state Sen. Brad Hoylman, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Assemblymember Harvey Epstein and Senator Julia Salazar  (Credit: Getty Images)

Five ways that Albany could punish real estate in 2020

Real estate interests got a butt-kicking in Albany this year — but state legislators might not be done. The...

Five ways that Albany could punish real estate in 2020
New York Capital Region Apartment Association spokesperson Jaime Cain (Credit: iStock, Boylan Code)

Landlords of the world, unite?

A new statewide alliance of landlords called Under One Roof NY is hoping to open some doors in Albany. The group represents some 1,500 upstate and New York City landlords, according to its spokesperson,...

Landlords of the world, unite?
From left: Manhattan state Sen. Brad Hoylman, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Assemblymember Harvey Epstein and Senator Julia Salazar  (Credit: Getty Images)

Five ways that Albany could punish real estate in 2020

Real estate interests got a butt-kicking in Albany this year — but state legislators might not be done. The...

Five ways that Albany could punish real estate in 2020
Tenant protesters were arrested in Albany on Tuesday as legislators consider a nine-bill package on rent reform. (Photo by Georgia Kromrei/TRD)

Dozens of tenants arrested at rent reform protest outside assembly chamber

Protestors were arrested on Tuesday after blocking the entrance to the state Assembly chamber, as they demanded that the...

Dozens of tenants arrested at rent reform protest outside assembly chamber
Albany resets: Shifting political winds could spell trouble for the industry

Albany resets: Shifting political winds could spell trouble for the industry

On the morning after last month’s primary elections, John Banks, president of the real estate industry’s most powerful lobbying...

Albany resets: Shifting political winds could spell trouble for the industry
Albany’s power structure resets: Shifting political winds could spell trouble for the industry

Albany’s power structure resets: Shifting political winds could spell trouble for the industry

On the morning after last month’s primary elections, John Banks, president of the real estate industry’s most powerful lobbying group, feigned disinterest. “It doesn’t...

Albany’s power structure resets: Shifting political winds could spell trouble for the industry
Real estate throws tons of cash at the Cuomo campaign, again

Real estate throws tons of cash at the Cuomo campaign, again

UPDATED Jan. 17, 9:13 a.m.: Gov. Andrew Cuomo raised $6 million for his 2018 election campaign in the last six...

Real estate throws tons of cash at the Cuomo campaign, again
It’s back: Lawmakers revive 421a as Affordable NY

It’s back: Lawmakers revive 421a as Affordable NY

Two years after a punt to the private sector, lawmakers voted late Sunday to revive the 421a developer tax...

It’s back: Lawmakers revive 421a as Affordable NY
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