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Staten Island Mall to Expand by 445,000 Sq.Ft.

Staten Island Mall to Expand by 445,000 Sq.Ft.

It’s been almost two years since Superstorm Sandy hit New York City and all of its five boroughs are still working hard to recover after the disaster. Staten Island, the most badly damaged of them, is bustling with growth and development projects that are meant to revitalize the area and…

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TODAY’S DEALS: NorthMarq Dallas Office Arranges Refinances Totaling $78.49M for Borrower

TODAY’S DEALS: NorthMarq Dallas Office Arranges Refinances Totaling $78.49M for Borrower

NorthMarq Capital negotiates refinancing of two properties in Colorado and Georgia; and Madison Realty sells a Manhattan portfolio for $23.4 million following the doubling of property values. …

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B.R. Fries Completes Work on Pandora’s New 52 K Sq. Ft. Headquarters in Manhattan

B.R. Fries Completes Work on Pandora’s New 52 K Sq. Ft. Headquarters in Manhattan

Pandora Media, an internet radio and music streaming company based in Oakland, Calif., has a new home on the East Coast.…

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Nets Unveil Plans for $45 Million Training Center in Brooklyn’s Industry City

Nets Unveil Plans for $45 Million Training Center in Brooklyn’s Industry City

Major professional sports teams seem to be on a race for new practice facilities. Shortly after the Philadelphia 76ers revealed plans for their own training center in Camden and the Boston Bruins inked a long-term lease deal for a hockey rink at Boston Landing, the Brooklyn Nets announced they will…

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Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian Take Manhattan: New DASH Concept Store Could Open on Spring Street

Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian Take Manhattan: New DASH Concept Store Could Open on Spring Street

Two of the most famous sisters in the world of reality TV shows are on a quest to conquer Manhattan.…

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370 Jay Street Building Revamped as Academic Center for NYU

370 Jay Street Building Revamped as Academic Center for NYU

The long-idle, 14-story building that once served as headquarters for the New York City Transit Authority (now renamed as MTA New York City Transit) is getting ready for a much-needed makeover to become an academic center for engineering and applied science program.…

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Iconic 530 Fifth Avenue Building Changes Hands for $595 Million

Iconic 530 Fifth Avenue Building Changes Hands for $595 Million

530 Fifth Avenue, one of Manhattan’s iconic office buildings, will change ownership in less than three months.…

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High-Tech Fitness Company Peloton to Relocate into New HQ in Midtown South

High-Tech Fitness Company Peloton to Relocate into New HQ in Midtown South

Peloton Interactive, a fast- growing high-tech fitness company that was founded in 2012, will soon leave its current address at 227 West 29th Street and move into new world headquarters in Manhattan.…

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El Barrio’s Artspace PS109 will Bring Affordable Live/Work Units to Spanish Harlem

El Barrio’s Artspace PS109 will Bring Affordable Live/Work Units to Spanish Harlem

With the reconversion of the long-abandoned Public School 109 in the East Harlem section of Manhattan nearing completion, artists and low-income individuals and families looking for affordable housing have until July 14 to send their applications and become eligible for the housing lottery.…

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HAP Seeks Approval to Build Mid-Size Condo Building in Chelsea

HAP Seeks Approval to Build Mid-Size Condo Building in Chelsea

HAP Investments, a real estate development company founded by Israeli entrepreneurs Eran Polack, Amir Hasid and Nir Amsel, wants to build a mid-sized condominium building in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, across the street from to the Fashion Institute of Technology and within walking distance to Google New York Headquarters and the…

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Largest Urban Outfitters Store Worldwide Coming to Herald Square

Largest Urban Outfitters Store Worldwide Coming to Herald Square

A multi-level Urban Outfitters location is ready to launch in the so-called Garment Center in Manhattan’s Financial District on June 7. The Philadelphia-based retail giant who also operates the brands Anthropologies, Free People, Terrain and BHLDN announced the grand opening of its long-awaited “lifestyle center” in Herald Square, also known…

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FiDi Luxury Rental Tower ‘The Lara’ is Almost Fully Leased

FiDi Luxury Rental Tower ‘The Lara’ is Almost Fully Leased

The Lara, one of the newest rental buildings in Manhattan’s Financial District, is already 90 percent occupied after only four months on the market.…

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