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LI Cheat Sheet: Lone Star Funds sells Long Island portfolio for $472.5M, RXR’s The Beacon tops out in Glen Cove… & more

Lone Star Funds sells 7-property portfolio for nearly $500M Dallas-based private equity firm Lone Star Funds sold a seven-property portfolio with 1,496 units on...

Kushner Cos. picks up $1.1B suburban multifamily portfolio

Kushner Companies has made its largest acquisition since it paid a record $1.8 billion for 666 Fifth Avenue more...

Harbor Group buys $1.8B multifamily portfolio

Jordan Slone’s Harbor Group International acquired a 9,677-unit rental portfolio from Lone Star Funds for $1.8 billion, The Real Dealhas...

Blackstone, Apollo are considering $34B Banco Santander real estate portfolio: report

Spanish lender Banco Santander wants to sell a 51 percent stake in a staggering mortgage and property portfolio for...

PE firm Lone Star expands at Vornado’s 888 Seventh

Private fund manager Lone Star Funds is expanding at Vornado Realty Trust’s 888 Seventh Avenue, more than doubling its...

Nonprofit sues federal government, Lone Star over mortgage foreclosures

A nonprofit representing low-income New Yorkers filed a lawsuit against the federal department of housing and urban development and...

In legal tangle, Ashkenazy works to forestall contempt citations

Lawyers for developers Ben and Izzy Ashkenazy and Izzy’s business partner Jonathan Igus are in talks to resolve potential contempt...

Lone Star inks $85M Hilton hotel ground lease

An affiliate of the Dallas-based Lone Star Funds signed a nearly 76-year ground lease valued at $85.2 million for...

Lone Star to raise $5B for new fund

John Grayken’s real estate investor, Lone Star Fund, has launched a new property fund with the aim of raising $5 billion, Bloomberg News reported. The Dallas-based firm has begun seeking pledges for Fund VIII, with initial...

10 Washington Heights properties deemed “at risk,” city officials say

Ten apartment buildings in Washington Heights have been designated by a group of city officials as “at-risk properties,” buildings...

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