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  1. These Luxury Storage Units Cost More Than a Starter HomeRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Bloomberg

    Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. The condominiums at 93 Worth St. in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood are appointed with high ceilings, bathtubs deep enough to drown a small horse, and rich shared amenities: a rooftop kitchen, children's playroom, and fitness facility.


  2. The Average Manhattan Apartment Approaches the $2 Million FrontierRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Bloomberg

    Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Manhattan apartment prices jumped to a record in the second quarter, pushed up by competition for a limited number of properties and strength in the luxury market.


  3. Steve Cohen Relists NYC Penthouse at $3 Million DiscountRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Bloomberg

    Steven A. Cohen, the billionaire investor who founded Point72 Asset Management, relisted his One Beacon Court penthouse for $3 million less than he last asked for the Manhattan duplex. The price is now $79 million, according to Zillow Group Inc.'s StreetEasy website.


  4. Virtual air milesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Bloomberg

    As advertisers jump on VR, it may just be a matter of time before you can rack up air miles, virtually My feet are planted firmly beneath me, but somehow I'm stepping into and through a map on the wall, when a blast of warm air ruffles my blouse. Now I'm on a sandy beach in Hawaii.


  5. Murdoch's Wish for Modernity Drives NY Tower DesignRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | Bloomberg

    Top executives for 21st Century Fox Inc. and News Corp. wanted a headquarters that would embrace the latest concepts in collaborative offices. A new office tower wasn't the first choice, said architect Bjarke Ingels.


  6. Scene Last Night: Dinan, Bok, Studzinski, Stern, Zucker, WhiteRead the original story

    Friday Jun 12 | The Washington Post

    After all, said the chief executive officer of investment bank Greenhill & Co., Dinan's company, York Capital Management, "is having greater success than ours." "Our firm is doing well," with assets under management of $27 billion, Dinan said in an earlier interview interrupted a few times by waiters serving shrimp cocktail and wine .


  7. NYC Building That Houses American Girl Going Up for SaleRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 4 | Bloomberg

    SL Green Realty Corp. is preparing to market 609 Fifth Ave., the midtown Manhattan office and retail building that houses the American Girl Place toy store. The 156,000-square-foot building on 49th Street may fetch about $600 million, based on nearby comparisons, reflecting demand for retail properties on the high-rent area of Fifth Avenue.


  8. The Company Behind Manhattan's One57 Enters BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Bloomberg

    Extell Development Co., the builder that sparked Manhattan's luxury-condominium boom with the construction of One57, is making its first investment in Brooklyn. The company paid $115.5 million for a land parcel at City Point, a mixed-use development in downtown Brooklyn begun by Acadia Realty Trust and Washington Square Partners, according to a statement Wednesday by the three firms.


  9. Roosevelt Island: The Incredible Site Where Hillary Clinton Is Kicking Off Her CampaignRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2015 | Bloomberg

    On Saturday, June 13, Hillary Clinton will deliver a speech laying out the themes of her presidential campaign on New York's Roosevelt Island, the narrow, two-mile long sliver of land in the East River between Manhattan and Queens that was re-named after liberal icon Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1971. Before that, it was known as "Welfare Island," owing to the hospitals located there throughout much of the 20th-century.


  10. Lehman's Fuld Speaks Out for Little Guy at Penny-Stock VenueRead the original story

    May 28, 2015 | Bloomberg

    Richard "Dick" Fuld, who led Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. into the bankruptcy that set off the near-collapse of the world's financial system, says he's now working for the small companies that America needs for a real economic recovery. "Why has the belly of America been ripped out?" Fuld said Thursday in what was billed as his first public address since the credit crisis that led to the implosion of the 158-year-old investment bank.


  11. The $10 Hedge Fund Supercomputer That's Sweeping Wall StreetRead the original story

    May 20, 2015 | The Washington Post

    Fortunately, Braxton McKee isn't using Excel. Instead, he's tapping into the cloud to crunch all that market data on the cheap with software he built that learns as it goes.


  12. FAO Schwarz's Manhattan Store to Close in July as Rents RiseRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2015 | Bloomberg

    Employees of FAO Schwarz play the piano seen in the Tom Hanks movie "Big" in New York. Photographer: Jennifer S. Altman/Bloomberg The FAO Schwarz toy store in midtown Manhattan will close in July because of rising rents, leaving the 153-year-old brand without a retail outlet.


  13. Manhattan Moguls Embrace Hillary ClintonRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2015 | Bloomberg

    When Hillary Clinton's campaign launched a month ago, the candidate and her aides stressed that the focus of the first few weeks of her presidential campaign would be on starting the arduous process of earning the support of voters in key states. She billed herself as a champion of "everyday Americans" and took an ostentatiously downmarket approach to her campaign rollout, boarding a van instead of a plane, stopping at fast food restaurants and hosting small roundtables.


  14. New York Construction Booms With Focus on Luxury HousingRead the original story

    Apr 30, 2015 | Bloomberg

    New York City construction spending jumped 26 percent last year to $36 billion, led by a record amount of residential building in a market skewed toward luxury housing, according to the New York Building Congress. Spending on residential construction surged 73 percent to $11.9 billion in 2014, exceeding an October forecast and marking the first time it has ever topped $7 billion, the trade group said Thursday in a report.


  15. De Niro Partners Make Billions With Boutique Manhattan HotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2015 | Bloomberg

    Pod hotels - where a bright, closet-sized bedroom comes with a flat screen TV, iPod dock and a nightly rate under $200. Source: BD Hotels via Bloomberg Ira Drukier and Richard Born were bored.


  16. Manhattan Condo Shortage Means Outsized Gains for SellersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2015 | Bloomberg

    Tom Vitale, who sold the 536-square-foot studio north of Madison Square Park this past January for $859,000, a 34 percent jump from his purchase price. Source: Stribling & Associates via Bloomberg Tom Vitale bought a small Manhattan condo in August 2012, planning to keep the investment for about four years, or long enough to make at least a 15 percent return.


  17. Manhattan Luxury Listings Jump as Lower-End Buyers Shut OutRead the original story

    Apr 1, 2015 | The Washington Post

    At the end of the first quarter, 1,345 units in new developments were listed for sale, a 22 percent jump from a year earlier, according to a report Wednesday by appraiser Miller Samuel Inc. and brokerage Douglas Elliman Real Estate. Purchases of such properties dropped 13 percent.


  18. NYC Luxury Listings Jump as Lower-End Buyers Shut OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2015 | Bloomberg

    Chetrit Group plans to list a triplex at its conversion of Sony Corp.'s former U.S. headquarters for $150 million. Photographer: Kenneth Hughes/Bloomberg -- Newly constructed luxury condominiums are proliferating in Manhattan, creating an excess of high-priced homes for sale at a time of limited supply for buyers seeking more affordable options.


  19. MetLife Circles Back to Landmark Manhattan Tower It Mostly LeftRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2015 | The Washington Post

    It took almost a decade and a half for MetLife Inc. to determine that Manhattan's MetLife Building was where it belonged. The biggest U.S. life insurer said Wednesday it will consolidate its New York operations into 200 Park Ave., which gained fame in the 1960s as the Pan Am Building before Pan American World Airways Inc. went bankrupt about 30 years later.


  20. MetLife to Move New York Staff to Namesake Park Avenue TowerRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2015 | The Washington Post

    The company signed a 12-year lease to increase its space in the tower and will move employees there from 1095 Avenue of the Americas, 277 Park Ave. and its Long Island City offices in Queens, New York-based MetLife said Wednesday in an e-mailed statement. The moves are to be completed by 2017, the insurer said.


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