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Westchester & Fairfield Cheat Sheet: Office vacancy rates fall in Fairfield, Robert Redford’s retail brand sets up shop in Westport … & more

Report finds office vacancy rates falling in Fairfield County Fairfield County saw office vacancy rates decline at the end of 2018, as property owners...

Mets’ A.J. Ramos scores pad at Moinian’s Sky

New York Mets pitcher A.J. Ramos is making Sky his home base. The baseball player, who moved to New...

Mets owner fights with Chelsea locals over “McMansion” plan

There’s another battle brewing between the Chelsea locals who want their tree-lined neighborhood to stay exactly how it is,...

Mets opt for the simple life in Long Island City

Unlike their Yankee counterparts, several young Mets players have decided against glitzy Manhattan digs and are living in two...

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Amway opens first U.S. storefront at Citi Field

Much-maligned direct marketing behemoth Amway has opened its first American storefront at Citi Field, home to the financially ravaged...

Sterling handing over LI complex to lenders

Sterling American Property, the real estate investment management fund controlled by Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz’s Sterling Equities, is letting go of a struggling Long Island office complex in a deed in lieu of...

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Sports teams’ stadiums still failing to get final approval from city

The New York Mets’ Citi Field Stadium in Queens has, as yet, failed to receive a final certificate of...

New York Metrumpolitans?

The Donald is pitching the embattled Wilpon family on a bailout for their New York Mets, he told the New York Times today. Trump, who has a habit of making public plays to take...

Wilpons’ Sterling Equities may sell stake in Mets team

Mets principal owner Sterling Equities is considering selling part of the team to “strategic partners” due to the financial...

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Wilpons’ real estate empire in spotlight

Scrutiny increases with Madoff losses and Mets woes Fred Wilpon From the September issue: In the four years since...

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