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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Schumer by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images; McConnell by Ting Shen/Xinhua via Getty)

Schumer v. McConnell on SALT: Who’s gonna give?

Charles Schumer badly wants another Covid relief package. The Senate minority leader also badly wants to remove the $10,000...

Schumer v. McConnell on SALT: Who’s gonna give?
From left: Jared Kushner, 715 Park Avenue, Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing, and Rosemary Vrablic (Credits: Kushner by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images; 715 Park via Google Maps; Sewing by by Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images; Vrablic by PAUL LAURIE/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Apartment sale to banker for Trump and Kushner probed

Deutsche Bank is investigating a Park Avenue apartment sale by a company part-owned by Jared Kushner to his banker....

Apartment sale to banker for Trump and Kushner probed
Assemblyman Harvey Epstein and Senator Brad Hoylman (Epstein by Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images; Hoylman by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images)

Lawmakers introduce bill to keep rent regulation alive

Two state lawmakers have introduced bills aimed at ensuring the pandemic does not unravel rent regulation in New York....

Lawmakers introduce bill to keep rent regulation alive
China’s housing market is into bubble territory

There are fears of a great housing bubble in China

China’s efforts to beat back coronavirus led to widespread travel restrictions and shutdowns. But it appears to have been...

There are fears of a great housing bubble in China
Governor Andrew Cuomo (Getty, iStock)

What NYC’s phase 4 means for real estate

Reopening just isn’t what it used to be. Phase 4 in New York City begins Monday, but the news has been dominated by the exceptions and conditions imposed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo — notably...

What NYC’s phase 4 means for real estate
Hong Kong

Foreign firms are vacating Hong Kong offices like never before

Foreign companies are vacating Hong Kong offices at a blistering pace. Multinational companies vacated 61 percent of the 577,000...

Foreign firms are vacating Hong Kong offices like never before
Mayor Bill de Blasio (Getty, Wikimedia)

Landlords challenge city laws protecting non-paying businesses

Two commercial landlords sued the city Friday over laws hastily passed to protect retail tenants during the pandemic. The...

Landlords challenge city laws protecting non-paying businesses
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Dr. Oxiris Barbot (Getty, iStock)

Day care — and its landlords — get a lifeline

Covid has closed many New York businesses, but none tighter than day care centers. Work-from-home, remote learning, outdoor dining,...

Day care — and its landlords — get a lifeline
From left: Gaw Capital Partners’ Goodwin Gaw, Howard Lorber of New Valley Group, Oyo CEO Ritesh Agarwal, Soho House's Ron Burkle, and Steven Witkoff of Witkoff Group (Getty)

TRD Insights: These hotel businesses got big PPP funding

More than 8,100 hotel businesses across the country received federal coronavirus assistance of $150,000 or more through the Paycheck...

TRD Insights: These hotel businesses got big PPP funding
The threat of eviction hangs heavily above immigrant families who have lost work as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. (Getty)

Eviction bans don’t always protect the most vulnerable

Fearing homelessness and deportation, Wilfredo Avila found himself sleeping on a park bench, along with his girlfriend, Patricia Carillo,...

Eviction bans don’t always protect the most vulnerable
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