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New York City officials have selected a proposal for a mixed-use project that will bring a large number of affordable housing units to one of the city’s last waterfront development sites.
Barry Rosenstein purchased a $137 million home in East Hampton in 2014, setting the record for the most expensive home ever sold in the United States.
SL Green Realty Corp. has agreed to sell a 43% stake in a Times Square office tower to Allianz Real Estate in a deal that values the 1.86 million square foot tower at $1.95 billion, the companies said.
Hedge fund Elliott Management has acquired a stake in luxury mall owner Taubman Centers Inc., making it the second activist investor seeking changes at the real-estate investment trust.
The venture behind the $2.5 billion Sayreville development has brought in a new partner, slashed the amount of retail space and nixed the mall concept in favor of a downtown-like retail village that mixes shops, restaurants, offices and apartments.
New York is no longer immune to the forces battering the U.S. retail sector.
Silk Road Group moves forward with luxury condominium tower in nation of Georgia after president’s business pulls out in wake of election
Condominium prices are faltering at Trump Tower, President Donald Trump’s property on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, more than at similar buildings across New York City.
Five years ago, Manhattan office landlords tended to build out smaller spaces just nice enough to attract tenants. Light wood doors, inexpensive carpeting, dropped ceiling tiles and maybe a pantry with a microwave usually did the trick. Tenants today are expecting more.
Owners of midtown Manhattan trophy towers have ramped up the concessions they make to tenants to build out office space, according to market reports and real estate executives.
The purchase reportedly led by a Chinese backed consortium.
Ernst & Young LLP said it plans to move its U.S. headquarters from 5 Times Square to One Manhattan West, where it has signed a lease to take 600,000 square feet on 17 floors.
Building owners and developers sometimes take extreme measures to be able to find an address with just the right cachet. This was the case when the medical school at Mount Sinai constructed a tower on East 102nd Street a few years ago.
The co-founder of Apollo Global Management buys the Dommerich Mansion, shelling out one of the highest prices ever paid for a New York City townhouse.
A Florida-based private-equity firm has purchased a high-profile Brooklyn Heights apartment building from the Jehovah’s Witnesses for about $200 million with plans to convert it into luxury senior housing.
The new owner of the Sony Building office tower with the Chippendale-inspired top hopes a $300 million overhaul will allow it to charge some of the highest rents in New York City.
Developer Ian Bruce Eichner, who has hit numerous highs and lows in his 40-year career in real estate, has taken a big step toward his latest dream: a $500 million, 1.2 million-square-foot, residential project in Crown Heights.
Despite rising home prices and a growing economy, U.S. homeowners’ mobility rate is stuck at a 30-year low as many opt to stay put rather than move to pursue job opportunities or trade up for more space.
Rick Alden, founder of the Park City, Utah-based maker of headphones and speakers, is throwing in his massive snowboard collection.
A new government is trying to address a housing shortage and high net immigration.
New York is having such a slow year in commercial property sales that it has fallen behind Los Angeles and Dallas in deal volume, according to a new report by Real Capital Analytics Inc.
Developers of the $1.5 billion Essex Crossing are about to begin the project’s second phase, which would bring 350,000 square feet of office space sandwiched between a three-block marketplace below and apartments above.
From a $5 million man cave to Tesla charging stations and dog spas, here's what New York's luxury real-estate buyers want now.
CEO Adam Neumann sells investors on his vision for communal workplaces—critics say it’s an overvalued real-estate play
Aston Martin is getting into the real estate business with a new 66-story residential tower in Miami.
Landlords across the New York metropolitan area are trying to woo residents of Williamsburg, one of the city’s hippest neighborhoods, who soon will find themselves without a crucial subway line for at least a year.
At Level, a new 41-story rental tower on the East River in Williamsburg, the threat of competition from developers in Downtown Brooklyn seems like a distant dream, despite the impending shutdown of a transit lifeline for the area.
At 252 East 57th Street, the unit is seeking far less than penthouses at neighboring Billionaire’s Row condominium towers.
Given the acute construction labor shortage, reconstruction and its repercussions in residential real estate could be yet another disaster.
Investors who redeveloped and leased a historic Newark, N.J., department store site have secured more than $100 million in financing to revive another city landmark.
The average cost of a home in Greater London is shrinking for only the third time in 10 years.
Manhattan landlords are exploring new functions for entrances and lobby spaces as competition in the office market has forced owners to take update their approaches to foot traffic.
In a reversal, city planners are assisting a group of neighbors trying to halt ongoing construction of an 800-foot tower across from the luxury high rise where many in the group live.
About 11,000 homes in Napa and Santa Rosa metropolitan areas at significant risk of damage
Whether these office projects incorporate modern adaptation of materials used in historic and older buildings, highlight historic restorations or meld multiple outdoor spaces with interiors, the overriding goal is to signal a break with run-of-the-mill office spaces.
The niche market of small, upscale office developments that lured tenants willing to pay for an amenity-packed floor or two is now seeing opportunities with big firms looking to lease entire buildings as their headquarters.
Manhattan office leasing kicked into high gear in the third quarter as financial-services jobs surpassed prerecession levels in August, but new construction kept rental increases low.
Most homes are selling within 1 to 10 days in Montgomery, Prince George’s counties.
The property is now owned by Sidney Kimmel, the founder of Jones Apparel Group and a producer of nearly 50 movies including “Hell or High Water” and “Moneyball,” and his wife, Caroline.
Ariel “Eric” Jacobov has spent the last seven years assembling small parcels of land around the Spring Valley train station just north of New York City. His goal: To revitalize downtown with new apartments, retail and office space.
London real estate prices are coming down after years of sharp increases, according to a new report by U.K. mortgage provider, Nationwide.
‘Buyers want value for their money, and some of them are willing to wait,’ Redfin’s Nela Richardson says.
Real-estate agents and home builders see a resurgence in demand for bonus spaces that serve multiple purposes—from man cave to master bedroom to music room.
In at least seven major cities, home prices are rising too far and too fast, UBS says.
In 2013, the New York city council approved a plan for a gleaming new development in the Willets Point section of Queens. Four years later, the project is stalled, and explanations vary for what went wrong.
Property owners in Midtown Manhattan’s Garment District say a new study shows how a zoning restriction that preserves space for the apparel-manufacturing sector is holding back economic growth in the neighborhood.
Owners of commercial property in the Garment District support a city proposal to end the zoning protections that preserve apparel-manufacturing space, saying the number of manufacturers in the area is shrinking.
The media executive and son of Rupert Murdoch nabs Mopani, a large equestrian property that was asking $49 million in 2015.
Dubbed the Pinnacle, the 9,710-square-foot apartment is seeking to far exceed the current $50.9 million sales record for an apartment downtown.
A group of real estate agents who colluded to raise fees in southwest England has been fined £370,084 ($500,620) by competition authorities.
Despite an overall decline in Chinese investment in the U.S., one of China’s largest tire manufacturers is moving forward with plans to develop a $530 million plant in LaGrange, Ga.
Mack-Cali plans to transform a waterfront promenade along Jersey City’s Harborside office complex that has served largely as a pleasant commuting path for workers into a bustling main street.
A Britain-based developer run by billionaire brothers Ian and Richard Livingstone rebuilt the property, on a 1-acre promontory
Two-thirds of consumers may be affected by security breach at Equifax.
Pearl River Mart, once a casualty of skyrocketing retail rents, is planning to open another 3,500 square-foot store at Chelsea Market in Manhattan.
Preppy clothing retailer J. Press is trying to ignite U.S. sales by opening a store in the Midtown Manhattan building that houses the Yale Club this October.
Skylight Studios has built a business finding distinctive but underused buildings in New York to serve as the backdrop for shows and marketing events for brands such as Nike and Ralph Lauren.
Hurricane Irma is poised to overshadow the residential destruction of Hurricane Andrew because there is so much more for it to destroy.
A lawsuit says the bank abused rate-lock rules; a federal agency probes similar complaints.
Known as Crystal Palace, the 1949 home was built for a wealthy hat merchant, then was turned into a museum criticizing bourgeois decadence during Mao’s Cultural Revolution. Now, the largely derelict mansion is for sale.
The developer of the Hudson Yards complex on Manhattan’s West Side has hit another milestone with a financing package for its flagship office building that will increase the money it has raised for the first phase of the sprawling project to more than $18 billion.
A growing number of corporates and established companies are getting into the co-working space.
For those in search of their own magical kingdom, ancient castles dot the European countryside. And with sales currently in the dungeon, buyers may find themselves a bargain.
City’s office market was already hurting from slump in energy sector
Some owners pay a premium for developments with large lots and secluded home sites.
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About 34 percent of all U.S. homeowners have either paid entire mortgage or never had one.
Values for U.S. retail properties generally fell even as they rose for industrial properties in the first half of 2017, according to a new survey, as the growth of online shopping reshapes commercial real estate markets.
Luxury real estate developer DAMAC International is building a 50-storey tower in London in partnership with Italian fashion house Versace.