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New York City’s residential real estate world last week saw the sale of a Trump Tower condominium owned by the widow of Tamir Sapir and the penthouse at 172 Madison  Read more

There were 22 contracts signed in Brooklyn’s luxury market last week for a total of about $69.9 million. The properties included 13 townhouses, seven condominiums and two co-ops, and they  Read more

Former New York City detective Greg O’Connell bought his first building in Red Hook back in 1967 for $22,000, when the Brooklyn neighborhood was practically a ghost town. Now, his  Read more

Nearly 20 limited liability companies for individual multifamily buildings that are linked to a federal fraud complaint are now bankrupt. The filings late last month in a U.S. bankruptcy court  Read more

Benchmark Real Estate Group is looking to sell a Brooklyn Heights rental building for more than $70 million. The Plaza District-based investment firm, headed by Aaron Feldman and Jordan Vogel,  Read more

Chany Rosen is on a path less traveled. The 28-year-old expeditor got her start in the real estate business a half-dozen years ago after discovering she had a penchant for  Read more

NYC tops list of high-growth OZs The Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn leads a new ranking of top earning Opportunity Zone tracts, raising questions about whether it should be included in  Read more

Rental prices in two of New York City’s outer boroughs have continued their upward march as property owners dial back potential discounts. In Queens, landlord concessions dropped in May for  Read more

Landlords are easing off on concessions in Manhattan’s tight rental market as vacancies gradually shrink. The tightening of vacancy in May is part of a wider trend seen over the  Read more

Last week’s NYC mid-range investment sales market saw a wide array of deals: from a new development in Clinton Hill to a walk-up in the Lower East Side. These are  Read more

There were 17 contracts signed in Brooklyn’s luxury market last week for a total of about $50.3 million. The properties included eight condominiums and nine townhouses, and they went for  Read more

A new 25,000-square-foot green space in Brooklyn is reserved for residents of a new development exclusively. The sprawling space will be equal to roughly five basketball courts and packaged as  Read more

A massive residential project could be on its way to the Bronx from prolific Brooklyn construction boss Joel Braver. Braver’s firm Express Builders pre-filed plans on Wednesday with the city’s  Read more

Downtown Brooklyn topped the list of outer borough loans for the second month in a row, although May’s top loan was not nearly as large as April’s. In April, the  Read more

NEW DEVELOPMENT CONDO REPORT BROOKLYN • Inventory expanded as developers filed more units than were purchased • Developers filed 10 plans with 263 units • The state approved 14 plans  Read more

For the second month in a row, every borough made an appearance on the list of the city’s 10 largest projects. The top project was an office tower at 141  Read more

INVESTMENT SALES IN MANHATTAN AND BROOKLYN Manhattan investment sales ended a three-month slide in April with $1.42 billion in deals recorded, a 30 percent increase from March but still 41  Read more

Chetrit Group has received a $133 million refinancing package for its development at 500 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg, according to sources familiar with the deal. The money comes from the  Read more

There were 16 contracts signed in Brooklyn’s luxury market last week for a total of about $44.6 million. The properties included three condos and 13 townhouses with an average price  Read more

David Bistricer’s Clipper Equity wants to convert a large portion of an Upper West Side rental building into condominiums — with a projected sellout of nearly $204 million. The Brooklyn-based  Read more

Churchill Real Estate Holdings, a Soho-based lender and development firm, is nearing a $71 million deal for two rental buildings in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The firm is in contract to  Read more

Lena Dunham’s moved on from her Brooklyn life — and it seems like she’s taking a loss to get closure. The actress, who popularized the borough through her HBO hit  Read more

Marvin Schein’s Salmar Properties says that a deed restriction it received in exchange for millions in tax breaks no longer makes financial sense. The landlord, which agreed to set aside  Read more

After recording almost an entire season of his podcast, “Hey BK,” in a Bushwick studio, Ofer Cohen decided it was time to invest in his own on-site audio operation. So  Read more

Savanna is moving forward with its plans to bring a ground-up development in Downtown Brooklyn. But the building the developer and real estate investor is now envisioning for 141 Willoughby  Read more

Brookfield Asset Management is seeking to raise $1 billion for an Opportunity Zone fund, and has targeted residential developments in Brooklyn and the Bronx. The Brookfield Opportunity Zone fund is  Read more

The city has tapped a joint venture led by AECOM to oversee the development of four new correctional facilities to replace Rikers Island, in a contract valued at $107.4 million.  Read more

JP Morgan has provided $85 million to refinance Two Trees Management’s office building at 45 Main Street in Dumbo, according to property records. The deal includes a new mortgage for  Read more

M&T Bank loaned nearly $75 million to TF Cornerstone for the developer’s newly acquired Pacific Park sites, according to property records filed with the city on Tuesday. The fee and  Read more

There were 20 contracts signed in Brooklyn’s luxury market last week for the second week in a row, an indication that the market may have reached a turning point after  Read more

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