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LCOR eyes $400M sellout for condo conversion of 25 Broad

LCOR eyes $400M sellout for condo conversion of 25 Broad

LCOR is planning a nearly $400 million sellout for its condominium conversion of the 308-unit rental building at 25...

LCOR testing market for 308-unit condo conversion at 25 Broad Street

LCOR testing market for 308-unit condo conversion at 25 Broad Street

UPDATED: Dec. 7, 2:50 p.m.: LCOR, the real estate company owned by the California State Teachers Retirement System, will test...

Clockwise from top left: 481 Canoe Hill Road in New Canaan, Continuum in White Plains and a rendering of SoNo Collection mall in South Norwalk.

Westchester & Fairfield Cheat Sheet: South Norwalk mall developer says anchor tenants are all-in, first luxury rental building in White Plains’ Transit District opens … & more

45 Broad to return to market — and could fetch $110M

45 Broad to return to market — and could fetch $110M

A Lower Manhattan development parcel once owned by Kent Swig will return to the market next year and could...

LCOR names Thomas O’Brien president

LCOR names Thomas O’Brien president

Thomas O’Brien, chief operating officer at real estate and development company LCOR, will succeed Peter Dilullo as the firm’s president, the company announced today. O’Brien, who has been with the company for 30 years,...

Renderings of 250 N. 10th Street

Rentals at Brooklyn’s 250N10 raise price bar for nabe

The luxury rental units at Williamsburg’s 250N10 are scaling new heights in an already pricey neighborhood.

From left: David Sigman, 25 Broad Street and Kent Swig

LCOR completes 25 Broad conversion after Swig’s stumble

Updated, 12:00 p.m., Sept. 10: LCOR’s face-lift and rental conversion of the Broad Exchange Building will wrap up next...

LCOR shops leasehold at 545 Madison Avenue

LCOR shops leasehold at 545 Madison Avenue

LCOR, a national investment, management and development company, is quietly shopping around its leasehold in a 17-story, 140,000-square-foot building at 545 Madison Avenue, The Real Deal has learned.

Trio of new rental developments set to rise in Williamsburg, Park Slope

Trio of new rental developments set to rise in Williamsburg, Park Slope

Brooklyn is seeing a residential construction boom — stalled projects are coming back to life and lenders are opening up to...

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New York’s rental studios have been trending towards micro for years

Rather than an innovation, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s plan to develop “micro” apartments is just taking a trend to its...

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