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  1. From left: Joe Koicim, Peter Von Der Ahe, 238 East 33rd Street and Jared KushnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Real Deal

    Jared Kushner's Kushner Companies just closed on a large multifamily portfolio, with 14 buildings scattered over several Manhattan neighborhoods and two in Brooklyn, for $131.5 million. The 16-building portfolio, which spans just under 144,000 square feet, includes properties in Murray Hill, Greenwich Village, East Village, the Upper East Side and Brooklyn's Boerum Hill.

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  2. Shamah buys three-building Northern Manhattan package for $44MRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Real Deal

    E&M Associates just sold a three-building package in Northern Manhattan to multifamily real estate investment firm Shamah Properties for $44 million in an off-market transaction, The Real Deal has learned. The buildings - located at 522-536 West 147th Street, 521-523 West 156th Street and 535-539 West 162nd Street - offer more than 138,000 square feet in total and include 192 rental apartments.

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  3. NYCa s oldest $20M-plus listing sells at lastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | The Real Deal

    It appears that 60 Warren Street's stint as the longest listed New York City property priced at $20 million or more is over. After languishing on the market for more than four years, the Tribeca building's penthouse sold for the full asking price of $24.5 million, reported the New York Observer.

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  4. From left: Alan Klein, Joseph Sitt, 98 Morningside Avenue and Steven VeghRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The Real Deal

    Joseph Sitt's Thor Equities Residential just closed on 98 Morningside Avenue, a 48-unit rental building on the corner of West 123rd Street. Thor paid $21.6 million, or about $328 per square foot, for the 65,800-square-foot, seven-story property.

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  5. From the March issue:Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | The Real Deal

    New York real estate may be hot, but it's not immune to freezing temperatures. The so-called Siberian Express, as some dubbed the seasons' prolonged cold snap, left a trail of ruined open houses and delayed listings in its tracks.

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  6. Newcastle buys Washington Heights rentals for $42MRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | The Real Deal

    Margaret Streicker Porres' Newcastle Realty Services picked up a pair of Washington Heights rental properties from Neil Rubler's Candlebrook Properties for a total of $42 million, according to property records filed with the city today. The properties at 4101 and 4113 Broadway, between 173rd and 174th streets, span a combined 126,000 square feet.

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  7. A walk through the LES with ODAa s Eran ChenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 14 | The Real Deal

    From :uxury Listings NYC: "If you look at Manhattan, the Lower East Side and the East Village are a bump in the shape of the island," said ODA Architecture founder and executive director Eran Chen, pointing to a map in his Park Avenue South office. "That's interesting, because otherwise the island is pretty lineara It may sound prosaic, but the fact that these neighborhoods are outside the grid has greatly influenced their development over the years."

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  8. William Raveis NYC puts brakes on new developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 13 | The Real Deal

    Suburban brokerage William Raveis has built and sold some 8,800 new homes throughout the Northeast. But new development sales in New York City are proving tougher to crack.

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  9. Ground-floor maisonettes rise in developersa esteemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | The Real Deal

    Ground-floor apartment units, once relegated to second-class status, are now being rebranded as pricey "maisonettes" by developers redesigning the units and touting the exclusivity of their oft-private entrances. While ground-floor units are still usually priced up to 25 percent lower than their loftier counterparts and have historically faced stigma from prospective buyers, real estate agents are reporting a "growing emphasis" on the maisonette by developers recognizing their lucrative potential, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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  10. Battle of the billionaires: How Dan Loeb outbid Carl Icahn at 15 Central Park WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | The Real Deal

    This post is an excerpt from House of Outrageous Fortune: Fifteen Central Park West, the World's Most Powerful Address by Michael Gross. "Complete bulls - !" barks Carl Icahn.

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  11. Top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYCRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The Real Deal

    Clockwise from left: Erik Ekstein, rendering of 45-05 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, the former St. Augustine Catholic Church in the Bronx, Maryanne Gilmartin and a rendering of Forest City Ratner's proposed rental towers in Brooklyn A new megadevelopment at the former Rheingold Brewery in Brooklyn, a 40-story tower at the former location of a church's parish house on East 31st Street in Manhattan and a 12-story residential project on the site where the St. Augustine Catholic Church once stood in the Morrisania section of the Bronx: New York is changing, and February's top 10 permit applications illustrate how dramatic the transformation will be.

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  12. Flatiron hotel leasehold, building sell for $2K per footRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Real Deal

    A four-story mixed-use building in the Flatiron District and the leasehold interest of the hotel component has sold for $35 million, or $2,000 per square foot, in one of the priciest property deals on a per-square-foot basis along that Broadway strip to date, The Real Deal has learned. A Manhattan-based investor identified only as Cholla LLC acquired both the 17,500-square-foot, L-shaped property at 893 Broadway, or 13 East 19th Street, and the leasehold interest for Hotel Verite.

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  13. Canucks buy Aby Rosen's 757 Third Ave for $360MRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | The Real Deal

    Aby Rosen's RFR Realty is selling a 27-story office building at 757 Third Avenue to Canadian real estate giant Bentall Kennedy for $360 million. RFR bought the property , at Third Avenue and East 47th Street, for $103 million from Emmes & Co.

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  14. Rendering of Manhattan WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Real Deal

    Fried Frank, the international law firm with one of New York City's most prominent real estate practices, is considering a move to Manhattan West, the new Hudson Yards development being spearheaded by its current landlord, Brookfield Property Partners. If the firm does relocate to Manhattan West, it would be the second law firm to commit to the project, Crain's reported.

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  15. Bruce Eichner: "I'm feeling OK"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | The Real Deal

    From the March issue: If the Flatiron District's One Madison condo tower typifies the nadir and the zenith of real estate's recent history, then Ian Bruce Eichner is perhaps the most fitting developer to eclipse the storied building's successes - or to get swallowed up in its shadow trying. With a property grab one broker described bluntly as "ballsy," Eichner is back building in Manhattan after spending much of the early aughts in Las Vegas developing and, reminiscent of his high-profile rise and crash 25 years ago, surrendering the city's most expensive casino ever, the Cosmopolitan.

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  16. Madison Realty Capital buys Brooklyn warehouse for $45M from Chaim MillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | The Real Deal

    Madison Realty Capital paid real estate investor Chaim Miller $45 million for a vacant 215,000-square-foot building at 29 Ryerson Street in Brooklyn, The Real Deal has learned. The firm purchased the building, located in the Wallabout section of Brooklyn, in an off-market transaction, according to Madison co-founder Josh Zegen .

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  17. That $150M Sony Building penthouse? It will be the city's biggest condo, too: PHOTOSRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | The Real Deal

    Chetrit Group's planned $150 million penthouse at 550 Madison Avenue won't just be the most expensive condo in Manhattan , it will also be the largest - by far. At 21,504 square feet, the triplex will be akin to a house in the sky.

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  18. At this Village co-op, maintenance fees are close to zeroRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | The Real Deal

    In an era of skyrocketing retail costs, the residents of a West Village co-op are experiencing an unexpected windfall. Co-ops with big retail tenants on the ground floors of their buildings are using the revenue from those leases to pay for things such as doormen, property taxes and heat, according to the New York Times.

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  19. March 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | The Real Deal

    For more than two decades, China's most populated city, Shanghai, has experienced a building frenzy unlike any other: Developers have built office buildings in the city of 24 million as far as the eye can see, including skyscrapers like the under-construction Shanghai Tower, one of the tallest in the world. But increasingly, Chinese developers and investors are looking elsewhere to build.

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  20. From left: 567 West 125th Street in Harlem, 439-443 West 54th Street in Manhattan and Sam ChangRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2015 | The Real Deal

    Kobe Bussan purchased the vacant properties, between Ninth and 10th Avenues, which offer a combined 32,638 buildable square feet. Chang acquired the site in 2012 for $10.5 million with plans to build a seven-story, 101-unit hotel, but the development project never materialized after the buildings were demolished.

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