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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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New Renderings Revealed for Mixed-Use Asset at 535 Fourth Avenue

New Renderings Revealed for Mixed-Use Asset at 535 Fourth Avenue

Six months after an investment trio purchased the 99-year ground lease on 535 Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn's South Park Slope, new renderings were revealed for the 148-unit rental building.…

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Gene Kaufman-Designed Hotels and Apartment Buildings Take Over New York City

Gene Kaufman-Designed Hotels and Apartment Buildings Take Over New York City

The third quarter of 2014 has been extremely productive for Gene Kaufman, one of New York City’s most controversial architects. …

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Two Prime Retail Properties in Manhattan Sell for Nearly $50 Million

Two Prime Retail Properties in Manhattan Sell for Nearly $50 Million

Maguire Capital Group affiliate buys retail condo at 245 Seventh Avenue, Harbor International Group sells 1420 Broadway.…

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Artsy 250N10 Rental Building in Williamsburg Is Now Fully Leased

Artsy 250N10 Rental Building in Williamsburg Is Now Fully Leased

LCOR, an investment management and development company with offices in the Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and New York City metro areas, recently announced its newest rental property in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn is fully leased after less than half a year since the building was launched.…

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TODAY’S DEALS: Forest City Buys Out Equity Partner in Modular Brooklyn High-Rise

TODAY’S DEALS: Forest City Buys Out Equity Partner in Modular Brooklyn High-Rise

Forest City buys out its equity partner in a modular Brooklyn high-rise amid a construction dispute; Ivanhoé Cambridge partners with Black Creek on a Mexico City development; and NorthMarq Capital completes a $15.75 million Freddie Mac refinance with forward lock. …

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Microsoft’s First Flagship Store Will Open at 677 Fifth Avenue in New York City

Microsoft’s First Flagship Store Will Open at 677 Fifth Avenue in New York City

It’s been a busy end of September for Microsoft. The software giant unveiled its newest operating system and announced plans to open its first flagship retail store on New York City's glitzy Fifth Avenue.…

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