Apr 15
Woodside, Queens, draws a new crowd
Market News
Lower property prices fuel influx of younger residents, retailers. Next stop, Woodside. Crain's New York
Apr 02
Manhattan apt. sales smash multiple records
Market News
The median price in the first quarter hit $972,428, up 14% from the previous three months as robust demand collided with low supply. Crain's New York
Mar 25
Home Prices Rose 13.2%, Smallest Gain Since August Amid Higher Rates
Market News
Residential real-estate prices climbed at a slower pace in the year through January than a month earlier, indicating momentum in the housing market may be cooling. Business Week
Mar 25
Center of the universe moves to ... Flushing?
Market News
Booming businesses send area property prices through the roof. Crain's New York
Mar 17
Huge West 57th St. apt. building wins approval
Market News
City Planning Commission gives thumbs up to 1,189-unit project near the Hudson River on West 57th Street. Crain's
Feb 18
What you need to earn to buy a home in 25 big U.S. cities
Market News
The cost of living in America varies wildly. The Real Deal
Feb 18
Madison, Fifth among world’s priciest office markets
Market News
Manhattan’s Madison and Fifth avenues, with rents averaging $127 per square foot, is the world’s sixth-priciest office market, up from eighth place last year. The Real Deal
Feb 12
Manhattan’s 10 biggest apartments currently on the market
Market News
Life on a tiny island inhabited by more than 1.6 million doesn’t have to mean sacrificing space, provided a buyer’s pockets are deep enough. The Real Deal
Jan 03
Residential sales volumes set record
Market News
Purchases of homes in Manhattan soared nearly 30% in the final quarter draining the supply to its lowest ebb in over a decade, but prices show only modest gains. Crain's New York
Dec 26
A&E’s Eisenberg buys Inwood portfolio for $31M
Market News
Doug Eisenberg of investment firm A&E Real Estate picked up a four-building multi-family portfolio in Inwood for $31 million from development and investment firm the Dermot Company, The Real De The Real Deal
Dec 23
NYC’s (new) land rush: Developers play with thin margins as Manhattan land prices skyrocket
Market News
Call it New York City’s new land rush. In the last year, prices for land and developable sites in the city — particularly in Manhattan and prime Brooklyn — have skyrocketed. The Real Deal
Dec 20
Same View, Less Money
Market News
As new luxury high-rises like One57 garner stratospheric prices for their unobstructed Central Park views, some developers are focusing on the potential of the park’s northern frontier. The New York Times
Dec 19
Residential real estate need not fear de Blasio: Pam Liebman
Market News
Though 2013 may have been a mixed year for Corporate America, it sure was a bumper year for the New York City’s residential real estate market. The Real Deal
Dec 18
New York Public Library's Renovation Project Clears City, State Reviews
Market News
The New York Public Library's planned renovation project has cleared city and state reviews on the condition it develop an engineering plan to protect its famous reading room and create a historica The Wall Street Journal
Nov 19
LUXURY DEVELOPERS FIND 'AFFORDABLE 'WAY TO DODGE PROPERTY TAXES
Market News
Thanks to Albany, luxury developers may dodge property taxes in exchange for building — or at least funding — some affordable housing. New York Post
Nov 14
DOWNTOWN REACHES FOR THE SKY
Market News
Downtown is hotter than ever, with its desirability on full display this week. New York Post
Nov 13
MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO'S REAL ESTATE TO-DO LIST
Market News
What should Bill de Blasio’s real estate/land use priorities be? New York Post
Nov 13
BROOKLYN RENTS IMMUNE TO FALL SLOWDOWN, WHILE MANHATTAN CHILLS
Market News
Still cooling off from the summer, Manhattan rents in October declined for the second month in a row over the previous year – and only the second time since June 2011, according to a monthly Dougla The Real Deal
Nov 11
PROMISES, PROMISES: THE NEW MAYOR'S AGENDA
Market News
The day after his landslide election win, Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio was already tempering expectations. Crain's New York Business
Nov 08
REAL ESTATE SCION DISHES ON DEVELOPING IN NYC
Market News
The name Zeckendorf is synonymous with some of NYC’s most legendary real estate. It was William Zeckendorf Sr. New York Post
Nov 08
REAL ESTATE SCION DISHES ON DEVELOPING IN NYC
Market News
The name Zeckendorf is synonymous with some of NYC’s most legendary real estate. It was William Zeckendorf Sr. New York Post
Nov 06
WHO HAS THE TIGHTEST GRIP ON NYC
Market News
For New York City’s biggest real estate brokerages, competing for residential listings is something of a blood sport. The Real Deal
Nov 05
ROSEN SEES NEW FUTURE FOR PRE-WAR NY-BUILDINGS
Market News
Some buildings have a bunch of office floors available. New York Post
Nov 04
ON DAY ONE, THE NEW MAYOR SOHULD INVEST IN AFFORDABLE HOUSING
Market News
New Yorkers have consistently raised affordable housing as a top priority for the next mayor. The rental vacancy rate hovers around 3% but is even less for lower-priced units. Crain's New York Business
Nov 01
MANHATTAN TAKING RENTS CLIMB BUT STILL SHORT OF PEAK: COLLIERS
Market News
Manhattan office landlords raked in slightly more per square foot from their leases last quarter than in the previous three months, but those effective rents remain stuck below their 2008 peak, com The Real Deal

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