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The Daily Dirt: Survival strategies of NYC’s restaurants

The Daily Dirt: Survival strategies of NYC’s restaurants

Restaurants have started to reopen. But to stay open, many are finding they need to rework their leases. Under...

The Daily Dirt: Survival strategies of NYC’s restaurants
The Daily Dirt: Luxury market sees recession-level week

The Daily Dirt: Luxury market sees recession-level week

Eeek. Only one contract was signed last week for a Manhattan home asking at least $4 million. The contract...

The Daily Dirt: Luxury market sees recession-level week
The Daily Dirt: Well, it’s May.

The Daily Dirt: Well, it’s May.

Happy May, everyone. Let’s take stock. In two weeks, the “New York On Pause” order expires. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said on Friday that sometime before then, he will provide an update on whether the...

The Daily Dirt: Well, it’s May.
Sonder CEO Francis Davidson (Credit: Linkedin)

The Daily Dirt: The “nightmare” neighbor on Broad Street

A short-term rental company has been wreaking havoc on a Financial District luxury building, a new lawsuit alleges. Two...

The Daily Dirt: The “nightmare” neighbor on Broad Street
Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider and SIRVA CEO Thomas Oberdorf

The Daily Dirt: The deal is off? Realogy thinks not

Realogy claims the company that agreed to buy its relocation business is using the coronavirus crisis as an excuse...

The Daily Dirt: The deal is off? Realogy thinks not
301 East 80th Street and the penthouse at 112 Franklin Street (Credit: Beckford Tower and Atelier)

The Daily Dirt: Coronavirus shapes luxury negotiations

Eek! Luxury deals in Manhattan dropped 90 percent in the past four weeks. Only eight contracts were inked for...

The Daily Dirt: Coronavirus shapes luxury negotiations
The Daily Dirt: Brokers can apply for federal loan program this week

The Daily Dirt: Brokers can apply for federal loan program this week

Brokers can start applying for forgivable loans this Friday. Companies got a head start. The Small Business Administration’s $350...

The Daily Dirt: Brokers can apply for federal loan program this week
The Daily Dirt: City’s largest brokerages cut staff

The Daily Dirt: City’s largest brokerages cut staff

The city’s largest residential brokerages are facing a near-total market shutdown. Firms have responded to the crisis by, in...

The Daily Dirt: City’s largest brokerages cut staff
Blackstone’s Jonathan Gray and an aerial image of Stuyvesant Town (Credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images; iStock)

The Daily Dirt: Stuy Town tenants are suing Blackstone to stop summer rent hikes

Blackstone is facing a lawsuit from its Stuy Town tenants to stop rent hikes that were due to start...

The Daily Dirt: Stuy Town tenants are suing Blackstone to stop summer rent hikes
Linda Rosenthal and Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village (Credit: Brett Carlsen/Getty Images; Orjan F. Ellingvag/Corbis via Getty Images)

The Daily Dirt: Landlords may not be able to warehouse apartments

When New York restricted how landlords can increase rents on regulated apartments, some owners said they would leave units...

The Daily Dirt: Landlords may not be able to warehouse apartments
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