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Hard times for hard hats

From left: Barry LePatner, Louis Coletti, Michele Medaglia, Pat Di Filippo, Richard Anderson, Richard Kennedy, Jack Buehrer While the residential market might be improving for brokers, construction firms are still severely suffering, and the...

Hard times for hard hats
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2 Cooper Square arrives, looking old-school

Sharon Smith, executive vice presidnet of Atlantic Development Group, and 2 Cooper Square A muscular brick fa├žade, cornice molding and double-hung windows typify the architectural designs of the 19th-century buildings throughout the city. But...

2 Cooper Square arrives, looking old-school
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Townsend too

The newly completed Townsend at 350 West 37th Street adds 206 more luxury rentals to the couple thousand that have come to market recently in Hudson Yards, a neighborhood no one had even heard...

Townsend too
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The W’s long road

Jacqueline Bayer, a senior managing director with the Moinian Group, and the W New York-Downtown Hotel It’s been a long haul for the Moinian Group to deliver the W Hotel and Residences Downtown, and...

The W’s long road
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A new holy grail for loans

While having 51 percent of a building already sold (and sometimes 71 percent) is still the gold standard, an increasing number of lenders have started easing their requirements for issuing mortgages to buyers in...

A new holy grail for loans

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