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Landmark Building in Murray Hill Sold for $24.5 Million

Landmark Building in Murray Hill Sold for $24.5 Million

One of the oldest buildings in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan is now under new ownership.…

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TODAY’S DEALS: Queens Apartment Trades Hands

TODAY’S DEALS: Queens Apartment Trades Hands

A 'Quooklyn' asset trades for $21 million; Marcus & Millichap brokers the sale of a fractured condo in Tampa; and Red Capital provides an $8.8 million balance-sheet loan for the construction of a memory-care project.…

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Small Issue Costing NYC Building Owners Millions Annually

Small Issue Costing NYC Building Owners Millions Annually

Through the cold winter months, tall buildings act like chimneys—heat escaping through cracks and gaps in the roof and frigid air making its way through the bottom. The boiler runs overtime and so does your wallet.…

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World-Class Residences Joining Manhattan’s Upper West Side

World-Class Residences Joining Manhattan’s Upper West Side

A new 18-story luxury residential building with parking on site is coming to the Upper West Side.…

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Internationally Renowned Architect/Designer Crafting Tower for New York Skyline

Internationally Renowned Architect/Designer Crafting Tower for New York Skyline

Acclaimed Italian Architect and Designer Piero Lissoni is designing his first New York residential condominium project.…

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Oversized Brooklyn Warehouse Sells for $45 Million

Oversized Brooklyn Warehouse Sells for $45 Million

A vacant industrial facility located at 29 Ryerson St. in the Wallabout/Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn changed ownership and is now preparing for a complex transformation.…

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State Selects Developer for Massive Reconversion of Former Psychiatric Campus in the Bronx

State Selects Developer for Massive Reconversion of Former Psychiatric Campus in the Bronx

A state-owned, 33-acre site at 1500 Waters Place in the Morris Park section of the Bronx has found a new owner and is preparing for redevelopment.…

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Cushman & Wakefield Retained to Sell Two Multifamily Buildings in New York City

Cushman & Wakefield Retained to Sell Two Multifamily Buildings in New York City

Two multifamily properties in New York City are now looking for new owners, and Cushman & Wakefield announced it was selected on an exclusive basis to sell the assets.…

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Chinese Buyer Pays More than $230 Million for Baccarat Hotel New York

Chinese Buyer Pays More than $230 Million for Baccarat Hotel New York

Sunshine Insurance Group Co., a Chinese insurance group will buy the classy Baccarat Hotel New York in Midtown Manhattan for more than $230 million.…

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The Montrose Changes Ownership, Goes Condo

The Montrose Changes Ownership, Goes Condo

The Montrose, a boutique rental building in Midtown Manhattan, was recently sold in a $75 million transaction brokered by HFF.…

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GKA-Designed Mixed-Use Building Under Way in East Williamsburg/Bushwick

GKA-Designed Mixed-Use Building Under Way in East Williamsburg/Bushwick

A six-story, mixed-use building for artists is underway in Brooklyn’s East Williamsburg/Bushwick—which was named one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world in ranking published last fall by Vogue.…

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YOTEL Picks Williamsburg Site for New Micro-Hotel project

YOTEL Picks Williamsburg Site for New Micro-Hotel project

Almost four years after the first micro-hotel was successfully launched in Midtown Manhattan in 2011, the UK-based luxury hospitality chain YOTEL is planning to open a second cabin-like hotel in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood.…

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