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This Greenwich Village townhouse just sold at auction for $15M

A 39-foot-wide townhouse unit at 215 Sullivan Street sold at auction this month after facing foreclosure. Unit TH-A sold...

Real estate’s red tape nightmare

From the March issue: It was the spring of 2015, and New York City developers were madly rushing to get their residential projects approved before the popular 421a tax abatement program expired. But in the...

Welcome to the $1.16 trillion skyline

The total tentative market value for all assessed properties in New York City hit $1.16 trillion this year, an 8.74 percent increase from 2016, when the total crossed $1 trillion for the first time. That’s...

NYC’s Finance Department to lease 175K sf at former Verizon Building

The city’s Department of Finance is planning to lease 175,000 square feet of office space at Sabey Data Centers’...

Landlords hit with hefty fines for failing to file tax form

Fines for failing to file a report as part of last year’s tax payments have exceeded $300,000 for some building owners....

Pricey nabes pay less in property taxes: report

Homeowners in upscale neighborhoods such as Brooklyn Heights and the Upper East Side Side often pay less in property...

NYC landlords fail to report $20M in billboard earnings

New York City landlords failed to report roughly $20 million in earnings from billboards attached to their buildings over...

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Trusts once again eligible for co-op and condo tax abatement

The state’s popular co-op and condominium tax abatement — which in March was revoked for homeowners who own their...

Google HQ worth $199M more than last year: city

In the city’s eyes, Google’s New York City headquarters at 111 Eighth Avenue saw the greatest jump in so-called...

New ACRIS will include co-op unit searches, more data

ACRIS is getting a makeover. The New York City Department of Finance is updating the Automated City Register Information...

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