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  1. This boutique resi brokerage is suing an agent for cutting it out of commissionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | The Real Deal

    In 2012, Shaul Jonathan Dadon joined Triumph Property Group as an agent. He had no experience marketing real estate, but Triumph's hire was out of loyalty to the firm's close relationship with his father.

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  2. Bloomberg LP renews Grand Central officesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | The Real Deal

    Michael Bloomberg could run for president in 2020 and serve two terms ... and his company's Midtown East satellite offices would still be there when he got back. Bloomberg LP renewed its 468,000-square-foot lease at Global Holdings Group's 120 Park Avenue through the end of February 2029, the landlord told The Real Deal .

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  3. FBE flips Inwood site for more than doubled what it paidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 12 | The Real Deal

    Abraham Fructhandler's FBE Limited just sold an Inwood development site for more than twice what it paid in April. Brooklyn-based development firm Hello Living bought 4650 Broadway for $55 million, more than twice the $26 million FBE paid in to buy the site in April.

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  4. WeWork snaps up two more big spaces in ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | The Real Deal

    The company has signed leases at Winter Properties' 57 East 11th Street and Epic's 148 Lafayette Street , according to the Commercial Observer. It will occupy the entire 11-story building at 57 East 11th Street in Greenwich Village, spanning 61,375 square feet, and it will occupy the third through seventh floors at 148 Lafayette Street, spanning 44,945 square feet.

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  5. Welltower and Hines are planning more luxury housing for seniors in ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | The Real Deal

    Welltower and Hines are doubling down on their bet on luxury housing for seniors in Manhattan. The pair bought an Upper West Side development site for $61 million, where they plan to build their second luxury assisted-living tower for seniors in New York.

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  6. Minrav lands $117M loan for planned Kips Bay resi towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | The Real Deal

    Minrav Development landed a $116.7 million loan for 368 Third Avenue , a planned 35-story residential tower in Kips Bay. Israeli financial firm Bank Leumi provided the new loan package, which consists of a $42.5 million acquisition mortgage, a $48.2 million construction loan and a $26 million project loan, according to records filed with the city Thursday.

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  7. Google to grow Manhattan fiefdom with potential St. John's Terminal dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | The Real Deal

    The company has shown a voracious appetite for Manhattan real estate, earlier this year paying $2.4B for Chelsea Market The search engine's parent company, Alphabet, is nearing a deal to buy or lease St. John's Terminal, Oxford Properties Group's 1.3 million-square-foot office development, according to the Wall Street Journal. That, plus two other new office spaces, could increase Google's Manhattan workforce by 12,000.

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  8. Manhattan office leasing surges in October; nears new record for 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 6 | The Real Deal

    From left: 90 Church Street, 32 Old Slip and 375 Pearl Street Manhattan office leasing activity surged by nearly 80 percent in October from the same time last year, as 2018 continues on its path toward a new post-recession record. Office leasing activity - including both new leases and renewals - clocked in at 3.97 million square feet last month, according to Colliers International.

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  9. Delshah makes multifamily play in East VillageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | The Real Deal

    The firm bought 531-533 East 12th Street, a seven-story residential building that sits between Avenue A and B, a source told The Real Deal. The 30,000-square-foot property contains 26 apartments and a 2,000-square foot office space, city records show.

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  10. Add Lowe's to the growing list of retailers shuttering stores nationwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | The Real Deal

    Lowe's Companies said it will close 51 stores in the United States and Canada, the latest national retailer to shed its brick and mortar locations amid increasing e-commerce competition. On Monday, the home improvement giant announced it will shutter 20 stores in the U.S. - including two in Manhattan - and 31 stores in Canada, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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  11. Some new tiny townhouses are on their way to ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | The Real Deal

    Developers in Manhattan are using bits and pieces of leftover space from the building boom to construct some new residences that are particularly tiny, even for Manhattan. On East 52nd Street in East Midtown, for instance, architect Gene Kaufman is planning to build a house on a 10-foot lot, where the widest rooms would span about 8.5 feet, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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  12. Peloton spinning toward new headquarters on Far West SideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | The Real Deal

    Peloton Interactive, the $4.15 billion indoor-cycling startup, is spinning toward a new headquarters that's just a short ride away from the flagship fitness studio it's opening at Manhattan West. The six-year-old company is close to finalizing a deal to anchor Cove Property Group's 700,000-square-foot Hudson Commons office redevelopment at 441 Ninth Avenue , sources told The Real Deal .

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  13. Here's the math behind Clipper Equity's deregulation strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | The Real Deal

    From left: 10 West 65th Street, David Bistricer, 107 Columbia Heights in Brooklyn, and 1955 First Avenue Brooklyn-based real estate investment trust Clipper Equity believes there's high growth ahead at its portfolio of rental properties in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The David Bistricer-led company, which went public on the New York Stock Exchange last year, detailed its latest round of plans to deregulate units and capitalize on gentrification trends at several of its residential projects, according to an investor presentation filed Friday.

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  14. November 2018Read the original story

    Friday Nov 2 | The Real Deal

    PLEASE NOTE: Starting with this issue, all magazine content will be available to subscribers only until the 5th of the month. It will be available to all readers after that period.

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  15. AvalonBay considering $150M condo play at Columbus Circle rental towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 30 | The Real Deal

    In a sign of the challenges New York City's rental market is facing, apartment REIT AvalonBay Communities is considering switching tack at its Columbus Circle development. "Our allocation to the greater New York region is a big higher than we'd like," Matt Birenbaum said on the company's third-quarter earnings call Tuesday morning.

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  16. Manhattan's luxe market notched 21 contracts last week: OlshanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 29 | The Real Deal

    Manhattan's luxury residential market recorded 21 contracts last week at $4 million and up, according to Olshan Realty 's weekly luxury market report. Rose Associates and World Wide Group's Billionaires' Row condominium tower at 252 East 57th Street snagged the week's top contract.

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  17. Target takes 35K sf at 1865 BroadwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 29 | The Real Deal

    The retailer signed a lease for 35,000 square feet at the base of AvalonBay's 1865 Broadway, according to a statement. JLL's Patrick Smith, Matt Ogle, Corey Zolcinski and Erin Grace represented AvalonBay.

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  18. Harlem development sets record for most expensive uptown condoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 29 | The Real Deal

    Developer Artimus Construction closed last week on the 3,734-square-foot apartment at its Circa Central Park at the corner of West 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard, the Wall Street Journal reported. "Harlem isn't a value play anymore," said Corcoran's Julia Boland, who was not involved in the sale.

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    Friday Oct 26 | The Real Deal

    According to this week's market reports, Manhattan tech leasing topped one million square feet for the ninth consecutive year and bad landlords cost taxpayers $300 million per year. Regional Plan Association Bad landlords, defined as property owners who cut corners on maintenance and harass tenants, make up just two percent of owners in the city.

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  20. Three Manhattan apartment buildings sell for $60M in affordable preservation dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | The Real Deal

    The companies purchased 287 Audubon Avenue in Washington Heights, 107 West 109th Street in Morningside Heights and 1871 Seventh Avenue in West Harlem, the companies announced on Thursday. As part of the deal, the landlords agreed to extend the affordability of the properties' combined 143 units for 40 years through an agreement with the city's Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

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