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New York City’s first lady, Chirlane McCray, is having some paperwork issues. McCray falsely said that she did not own any properties in New York City on financial disclosure forms  Read more

Bennat Charatan Berger and Andrew Miller’s Novel Property Ventures sold a Brooklyn Heights rental building long known as the Plymouth house after just two years, the firm told The Real  Read more

A judge has issued a temporary restraining order on Williamsburg’s controversial Broadway Triangle site in a move that both sides of the struggle said was a win. Groups opposing the  Read more

It’s been New York City real estate 101 for as long as anyone can remember: If you want to fill your residential units quickly and turn a hefty profit, you’d  Read more

Nissim Ben-Nun and Nicholas Werner’s Largo Investments has purchased a one-story industrial building in north Williamsburg for $25 million, according to property records. The property is located at 215 North  Read more

Brooklyn’s luxury market saw eight contracts signed last week, split between four houses, three condos and one co-op. The market, defined as all homes that sell for $2 million or  Read more

Advertisers will spend $1.6 billion on Instagram influence posts this year, up from $1 billion in 2017. But whether influencers can effectively sell real estate is still up for debate.  Read more

Concessions are Brooklyn’s “worst-kept secret” apparently. In order to fill high-end luxury rental units about 48 percent of developers — as of February — are cutting deals with tenants to  Read more

Author Jonathan Safran Foer sold his Brooklyn townhouse for $7.6 million to someone incredibly close to the property. The buyer of the 8,000-square-foot brownstone at 374 Pacific Street is none  Read more

Brooklyn’s Federal District Court is becoming a haven for lawsuits about graffiti. The court received a case last week that will ask whether an illegally painted mural deserves to be  Read more

From the March issue: Richard Born co-owns the largest portfolio of independent hotels in New York, with an empire spanning 28 properties and 5,000 rooms in Manhattan and Brooklyn. BD  Read more

Madison Realty Capital refinanced the 500,000-square-foot Whale Square building in Sunset Park with a $90 million loan from TPG Capital’s mortgage arm. TPG Real Estate Finance Trust, the private-equity firm’s  Read more

Ryan Serhant is taking over sales at the Austin Nichols House — Kushner Companies and LIVWRK Holdings’ 338-unit condominium conversion in Williamsburg. The developers, who were marketing the project in-house  Read more

Landlords in Brooklyn and Queens are still obsessed with concessions. In Brooklyn, the market share of rental concessions hit a record for a third consecutive month in February, tying its  Read more

Hope Street Capital’s prayers have been answered. The company received approval on Tuesday from the Landmarks Preservation Commission to build its 29-story residential project at 550 Clinton Avenue next to  Read more

Mo Vaughn and Eugene Schneur’s Omni New York claims its long-time building materials supplier routinely inflated prices, at times marking up construction materials by as much as 66 percent. Omni,  Read more

From the March issue: The condos are coming to Sheepshead Bay. And some have catchy names like the Ocean, the Vue and 1 Brooklyn Bay. The sponsors behind those projects  Read more

Solomon Feder doubled up on major New York projects last month. The Velocity Framers developer had two projects on February’s list of the top 10 buildings coming to New York  Read more

A fully-leased building in the heart of Williamsburg is on the market for $52 million. The three-story property at 151 Kent Avenue spans 56,550 square feet and contains 46 units,  Read more

Some real estate agencies just aren’t feeling the Brooklyn boom. By examining data from the Department of State’s Division of Licensing Services, The Real Deal was able to determine which  Read more

A large development site along the North Williamsburg waterfront could soon sprout Brooklyn’s latest megaproject. The family behind an office-equipment empire is looking to sell a site spanning nearly one  Read more

Residential Rentals | MNS Rental rates in Manhattan stayed flat in February, increasing by just 0.24 percent year-on-year to $3,903 per month. The biggest “bargains” were non-doorman one-bedroom units in  Read more

From the March issue: A roundup of news and data on the residential market. Read more

Housing Works inked an early renewal for its Downtown Brooklyn headquarters at 57 Willoughby Street, which owner Meadow Partners is repositioning after it bought the former Hellen Keller building for  Read more

Muss Development and HomeFed Corporation refinanced their leasehold on the office portion of Brooklyn Renaissance Plaza with a $198.3 million CMBS loan from CGA Capital, property records show. The new  Read more

Your next apartment tour may be led by a robot. Brokerages are turning to robots to handle tasks like property tours, videos and creating floor plans, the Wall Street Journal  Read more

The long-awaited reopening of the Bossert Hotel in Brooklyn Heights has been delayed again as the developers search for a new operator. Clipper Equity’s David Bistricer co-owns the building with  Read more

STORY UPDATED: Rainbow Apparel Company’s Gabriel A. Chehebar was arrested in Brooklyn last night on charges that he assaulted his 11-year-old son. According to the New York Post, the police  Read more

The developers of a Williamsburg condominium are offering to pay up to $80,000 in taxes for buyers who go into contract by the end of the month. The building in  Read more

The first project from Victor Sigoura since leaving the Naftali Group is about to hit the market, with a little help from celebrity broker Ryan Serhant. The boutique condo project  Read more

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