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Home sales slump across NYC as tax law kicks in Manhattan and Brooklyn saw home sales decrease each quarter for the last year amid a region-wide sales dip, according to  Read more

National Drive in Mill Basin, Brooklyn, is a museum of late-20th-century suburban hodgepodge: A modest colonial here, a questionable Spanish villa there. Stucco sits beside stone and brick beside vinyl.  Read more

Quadrum Global plans to add a 173-unit residential building to the Brooklyn waterfront. The 14-story building would be located in Greenpoint at 53 Huron Street, also known as 161 West  Read more

The developer behind the one of the biggest office projects in Williamsburg, a neighborhood whose fortunes are tied to the vagaries of the L train, is making another big bet  Read more

The Real Deal is preparing the 14th edition of its Data Book, the industry’s single most comprehensive collection of information on the New York-area real estate market. Included in the  Read more

There were 13 contracts signed in Brooklyn’s luxury market last week for a total of about $41.1 million. The properties were split between nine townhouses and four condos, and they  Read more

The Trump Organization sold close to $35 million in real estate last year, thanks in large part to the sale of Starrett City, a federally subsidized housing complex in Brooklyn.  Read more

Boaz Gilad was a pioneer among U.S. real estate developers raising cheap capital in Israel. Over the last five years, a holding company tied to Gilad’s Brookland Capital issued about  Read more

Three investors are bringing a Texas-sized warehouse to Brooklyn. Banner Oak Capital Partners, the investment advisor for the Texas teachers’ pension fund, has joined Dov Hertz and Bridge Development Partners  Read more

When Mayor Bill de Blasio said Thursday that he would “take” buildings from landlords who threaten the well-being of tenants, he stopped short of explaining how. But city officials have  Read more

Sellers in Brooklyn and Queens aren’t budging, even as a cascade of new product enters the market. “The pattern is falling sales, record prices and rising inventory,” said Jonathan Miller,  Read more

Craig Edward Dykers drove from Austin, Texas, to Manhattan as an architecture student in 1985 to see an imposing, 37-story tower at 550 Madison Avenue that AT&T just had built  Read more

The Real Deal is preparing the 14th edition of its Data Book, the industry’s single most comprehensive collection of information on the New York-area real estate market. Included in the  Read more

Upper East Side co-ops have long been part of a prestigious and exclusive club — with their prime location and often stringent board approvals. But in a landscape of brand-new  Read more

It’s a spoonful of sugar for Brooklyn Heights. Actress Emily Blunt, star of “Mary Poppins Returns,” and her actor husband John Krasinski bought two condos at the renovation of the  Read more

It’s out with the old and in with the new in Clinton Hill. According to plans filed on Tuesday, Fishel Schleisinger of Golden Gate Management plans to knock down a  Read more

When sales launched at the Baltic in Park Slope back in 2016, the condo building had the market to itself. But then things started softening, and more nearby developments started  Read more

NEW DEVELOPMENT CONDO REPORT BROOKLYN • Inventory increased as developers filed more units than were purchased • Developers filed 24 plans with 286 units • The state approved 18 plans  Read more

The first week of the year was a slow one for the Brooklyn luxury market. Only three contracts have been signed so far in 2019, but the average contract price  Read more

The Rabsky Group has refinanced its Leonard Pointe building in Williamsburg with an $88.2 million mortgage from Berkadia. The loan replaces prior $95 million in debt on the project from  Read more

NEW DEVELOPMENT CONDO REPORT BROOKLYN • Inventory increased as developers filed more units than were purchased • Developers filed 24 plans with 286 units • The state approved 18 plans  Read more

There’s a unique sense of relief when a subway train that’s “being held momentarily” finally starts rolling forward. And it was with a similar rush of comfort that Brooklyn real  Read more

Delshah Capital has landed $102.5 million in construction financing for its first ground-up development in Brooklyn. Bank OZK provided a $62 million senior loan for the rental tower at 22  Read more

Conversions and controversy were common among Brooklyn’s priciest condo filings of 2018. See the projects reshaping the Brooklyn skyline in this quick video. Read more

At least 22 people have been killed in passenger elevators or shafts in New York City since 2010. In that same span of time, there have been more than 500  Read more

It was a few hours before dawn on Oct. 2, 2015, when Eran Modan and a dozen people piled into the elevator at 156 Hope Street in Williamsburg. The group  Read more

The Real Deal is preparing the 14th edition of its Data Book, the industry’s single most comprehensive collection of information on the New York-area real estate market. Included in the  Read more

The Real Deal’s first issue of 2019 is live, and digital subscribers to TRD are getting the first look at what’s inside. Subscribers now have access to stories including: –  Read more

Donald Trump went from being a New York City developer to occupying the highest political office in the country. Eliot Spitzer moved in the opposite direction and went from the  Read more

A development site along the Second Avenue subway path and a Williamsburg office building were among the properties that traded hands in the $20 million to $30 million range last  Read more

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