Manhattan Real Estate News
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1 hr ago | via BusinessPundit
Pacific Investment Management Co and other investors have sued Citigroup. The group alleged that the bank failed to properly monitor toxic securities backed by more than $13.8 billion of mortgage loans. Comment?
Friday Nov 20 | via DNAInfo.com
BROOKLYN For some buyers, finding a condo with a tax abatement - when taxes are reduced or exempt for a specific chunk of time - will lower their monthly costs enough to enable them to afford a pricier condo. In today's strong real estate market the exemption proves controversial , and the de Blasio administration fought to get rid of it for condos. Comment?
Friday Nov 20 | via Business Wire
A full list of rating actions follows at the end of this rating action commentary. The affirmations are the result of continued strong property performance. Comment?
Friday Nov 20 | via Hotel Business
Lower Manhattan's Financial District is about to get more rooms inventory via a new brand from Furnished Quarters, a provider of temporary furnished apartment rentals. Beginning Nov. 25, business and leisure travelers can book a studio; loft with office; or one- or two-bedroom accommodations at the Q&A Residential Hotel, a 132-unit facility occupying floors three through six at 70 Pine St., the landmark Art Deco building built in the early 1930s for the Cities Service Co., and more recently known as the American International Building. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 18 | via The Real Deal
A residential real estate broker looks to be in hot water after allegedly driving off with a taxi cab while her driver stopped at a Manhattan police station to report her drunken and disorderly behavior. Douglas Elliman broker Kinga Tabares, 27, reportedly acted so wildly during an early morning cab ride from the Meatpacking District on Nov. 13 - allegedly refusing to pay her fare - that the driver took her and a friend to the 13th Precinct station house on East 21st Street. Comment?
Jan 8, 2015 | via American Reporter
American politics isn't kind to the losers. And as far as the conventional political wisdom goes, Mario Cuomo was a loser. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via GlobeSt.com
It's all over the news: cyber security impacts your bottom line! Find out how to protect your real assets at cyberSecure . Join professionals from across businesses in New York on December 15-16. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via Examiner.com
The Original Hooters of Manhattan presented the 33rd Annual Battle of the Badges on Nov. 20 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Boxers from the New York Fire and Police Departments fought valiantly in the latest installation of a rivalry that goes back decades. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via New York Daily News
New York City is in the midst of an affordable housing crisis. Thousands of people can barely afford to live here, and what relief might be provided by Mayor de Blasio's ambitious plans is years away. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via TheStreet.com
Quantitative easing has been good for Wall Street, but has it done anything for the average American? It's debatable. At an event this week in New York hosted by Intelligence Squared U.S. , a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that holds Oxford-style debates on important issues, two teams of two duked it out over this question: Can central banks print prosperity? The audience of about 400 New Yorkers voted on the issue once before the debate and once after. Comment?
5 min ago | via Langley Advance
Premiers across the country reiterated Wednesday that their governments are prepared to accept thousands of Syrian refugees, but some are raising questions about funding, particularly for housing. British Columbia Premier Christy Clark noted that Metro Vancouver's housing prices are the highest in the country and funding details still need to be worked out with the federal government. Comment?
24 min ago | via Vancouver Sun
Insisting they are getting back on track, Vancouver Canucks players, coach believe they are trending the right way even though they haven't been picking up points. Phil Soper, chief executive of Royal LePage Real Estate Services, said some agents at his company have left Fort McMurray because market conditions are so poor in the town known for its proximity to Alberta's oilsands. Comment?
25 min ago | via WLNS-TV Lansing
Moving into a new home is an exciting time for everyone involved. For a local family, that excitement is just one important factor of the history behind their home. Comment?
31 min ago | via Kelowna Capital News
Following reports that a bridge had been damaged by vandals, Nicola Consiglio put out a brief comment on Facebook, explaining what was really happening. "There was a terrible Windstorm. Comment?
33 min ago | via Valley Morning Star
For the first time, there's expected to be more people visiting retailers' web sites through their smartphones than on desktop computers or tablets during the first weekend of the holiday shopping season that begins on Thanksgiving Day. Comment?
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