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AVR considers selling 5 Times Square

AVR considers selling 5 Times Square

Yonkers-based AVR Realty has hired CB Richard Ellis with an eye towards putting 5 Times Square on the market, according to the Wall Street Journal. AVR bought the 1.1 million-square-foot building, which houses the...

AVR considers selling 5 Times Square
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Wells Fargo ramps up CMBS business

Wells Fargo is shoring up its staffers on the commercial mortgage-backed securities front in anticipation of a resurgence of the market, bank representatives told Bloomberg news. The CMBS market was previously led by Wachovia,...

Wells Fargo ramps up CMBS business
Construction financing returning to the market

Construction financing returning to the market

It may be hard to believe, but lenders are now actually sending letters of intent to provide construction financing....

Construction financing returning to the market
Stuy Town debt holders considering foreclosure

Stuy Town debt holders considering foreclosure

Tishman Speyer and BlackRock have 10 days to make a payment on their troubled Stuyvesant Town and Cooper Village...

Stuy Town debt holders considering foreclosure
SL Green, Gramercy Capital win 100 Church

SL Green, Gramercy Capital win 100 Church

From left: SL Green’s Andrew Mathais, Roger Cozzi of Gramercy Capital, Alex Sapir of the Sapir Organization and 100 Church Street Five months after taking back 100 Church Street from the Sapir Organization, SL...

SL Green, Gramercy Capital win 100 Church
Charney-George Comfort Midtown tower faces foreclosure

Charney-George Comfort Midtown tower faces foreclosure

From left: Leon Charney, owner of L.H. Charney, Peter Duncan, president of George Comfort, and 119 West 40th Street...

Charney-George Comfort Midtown tower faces foreclosure
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Boutique investment banks expanding in wake of real estate crash

Boutique investment banks are expanding or popping up anew to fill a void in capital created by the real...

Boutique investment banks expanding in wake of real estate crash
Fitch downgrades Moinian and Sitt Asset Management office towers

Fitch downgrades Moinian and Sitt Asset Management office towers

From left: Joseph Moinian and his 50 West 23rd Street, and Sitt Asset Management’s 240 West 40th Street Fitch...

Fitch downgrades Moinian and Sitt Asset Management office towers
SL Green battles Levy, Chetrit in Chelsea

SL Green battles Levy, Chetrit in Chelsea

Owners of 620 Sixth Avenue (left, source: PropertyShark) removed a parcel (see red box on image on right) once covered by a $235 million mortgage. Top real estate investors including Yair Levy and Joseph...

SL Green battles Levy, Chetrit in Chelsea
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