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First half of 2018 sees the most Brooklyn condo units filed since the recession

Plans were filed for 547 new condominium units in Brooklyn in June. With that figure, the total number of...

Scorecard: Resi inventory is up for the fifth straight month

These are South Florida’s top condo developers of 2017

A line of eager real estate agents, architects, attorneys and industry insiders snaked out the double doors at the...

Inventory overload: Which neighborhoods have the most new condos to burn through?

The Manhattan condo market is starting to feel like the beauty counter in a fancy department store — with...

Village penthouse sells for $19M less than what it once asked

After several price chops and spending years on and off the market, a Greenwich Village penthouse condominium unit just...

Speed test: How quickly do developers sell top-shelf product?

When 220 Central Park South hit the market in 2015, Vornado Realty Trust didn’t throw open the doors so...

Here’s how much office developers paid to acquire air rights last year

Move over, condos: developers are gobbling up the city’s air rights for office projects. A new report from Tenantwise has...

Hong Kong billionaire wants to flip Chelsea pad for $36.5M

Hong Kong billionaire and philanthropist Karen Lo is looking to flip a massive Chelsea condominium for $36.5 million. The...

SB Development, Heritage Real Estate planning condos in Queensboro Plaza

When the Durst Organization bought the huge clock tower development site in Long Island City a little more than...

In the 2017 Manhattan condo market, new dev is the weak link

New development condos were the weakest player in this year’s condo market, showing a 13 percent drop in sales...

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