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Curbcut Urban Partners’ Joint Venture Throggs Neck Shopping Center Opens in the Bronx

Curbcut Urban Partners’ Joint Venture Throggs Neck Shopping Center Opens in the Bronx

A new shopping venue recently celebrated its grand opening in the Ferry point section of the Bronx, just in time for the holiday season.…

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NYC Invests $3.5 Million in Fashion Innovation Hub in Sunset Park

NYC Invests $3.5 Million in Fashion Innovation Hub in Sunset Park

A City-financed innovation hub is about to revive the once thriving garment manufacturing industry in New York City.…

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Madison, USAA Team Up to Construct $88.5 Million Mixed Use Property in Clinton Hill

Madison, USAA Team Up to Construct $88.5 Million Mixed Use Property in Clinton Hill

Almost one month after taking ownership of the Beigel’s Bakery building at the corner of Waverly Avenue and Atlantic Avenue in downtown Brooklyn, real estate investment company Madison Realty Capital announced plans to reconvert the century-old structure into a rental complex with retail spaces.…

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Harlem’s Crumbling Renaissance Ballroom to Be Replaced by 134-Unit Residential Building

Harlem’s Crumbling Renaissance Ballroom to Be Replaced by 134-Unit Residential Building

In just a couple of years one of Harlem’s long-vacant and derelict properties, the Harlem Renaissance Ballroom and Casino that sits at the corner of West 138th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, will become history.…

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London May Have Led the Way… But Foreign Investors are Increasingly Eyeing New York

London May Have Led the Way… But Foreign Investors are Increasingly Eyeing New York

JLL’s Scott Latham says the focus of foreign investors is shifting from London to New York as buyers shy away from turmoil in the EuroZone.…

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TODAY’S DEALS: Greystone Closes $43.7M Affordable Transaction in Alabama

TODAY’S DEALS: Greystone Closes $43.7M Affordable Transaction in Alabama

Greystone has closed a $43.7 million affordable housing transaction in Alabama; NorthMarq secures $103.7 million for a Texas portfolio; and Berkadia structures $55 million for the construction of a multifamily property located in a master-planned community. …

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New York City’s Iconic Payphones to Become Free Wi-Fi Hotspots

New York City’s Iconic Payphones to Become Free Wi-Fi Hotspots

Last year more than two dozen solar powered charging stations were installed in various public parks across New York. What if the city took connectivity to another level?…

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Jersey City’s Multifamily Boom: Q&A with Mayor Steven Fulop

Jersey City’s Multifamily Boom: Q&A with Mayor Steven Fulop

Jersey City currently has 5,000 residential units under construction with another 18,000 that have been planned or approved. MHN recently had the chance to catch up with Mayor Steven Fulop to get the scoop on Jersey City’s multifamily boom.…

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Harlem’s Abandoned P.S. 186 Coming Back to Life as $48.6 Million Mixed-Income, Mixed-Use Building

Harlem’s Abandoned P.S. 186 Coming Back to Life as $48.6 Million Mixed-Income, Mixed-Use Building

A development team is breathing new life into the dilapidated Public Scholl 186 building, one of Harlem’s architectural beauties that has been sitting vacant for nearly four decades.…

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Harlem’s Abandoned P.S. 186 Coming Back to Life as $48.6 Million Mixed-Income, Mixed-Use Building

Harlem’s Abandoned P.S. 186 Coming Back to Life as $48.6 Million Mixed-Income, Mixed-Use Building

A development team is breathing new life into the dilapidated Public Scholl 186 building, one of Harlem’s architectural beauties that has been sitting vacant for nearly four decades.…

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Harlem’s Abandoned P.S. 186 Coming Back to Life as $48.6 Million Mixed-Income, Mixed-Use Building

Harlem’s Abandoned P.S. 186 Coming Back to Life as $48.6 Million Mixed-Income, Mixed-Use Building

A development team is breathing new life into the dilapidated Public School 186 building, one of Harlem’s architectural beauties that has been sitting vacant for nearly four decades.…

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SPECIAL REPORT: The Case for Queens

SPECIAL REPORT: The Case for Queens

Everyone is trying to get a piece of Queens these days. A panel at Massey Knakal's Multifamily Summit explains why. …

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