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$225 Million Mixed-Use Tower to Revitalize Downtown Jamaica

$225 Million Mixed-Use Tower to Revitalize Downtown Jamaica

Greater Jamaica Development Corp. has plans for a mixed-use tower that is expected to revitalize an underdeveloped site at 93-01 Sutphin Boulevard and the corner of Archer Avenue, near the Jamaica AirTrain Station area and across from the Long Island Rail Road station.…

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Luxury Gold Coast Community Opens in Weehawken, N.J.

Luxury Gold Coast Community Opens in Weehawken, N.J.

Hartz Mountain Industries and Roseland officially open Estuary at Lincoln Harbor, the newest luxury waterfront rental on New Jersey's Gold Coast. …

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Long Island City Condos Sell Out in Less Than Year

Long Island City Condos Sell Out in Less Than Year

The Bindery, a condo development by NY Lions Group and Craig Axelrod at 47-34 11th St. in the Long Island City submarket of Queens, has completely sold out. …

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Hotel 373 and the Historic Waldorf Astoria in Midtown Manhattan May Hit the Market

Hotel 373 and the Historic Waldorf Astoria in Midtown Manhattan May Hit the Market

The luxury Hotel 373 and the Waldorf Astoria in Midtown Manhattan could hit the market soon.…

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RFR, Vanke Break Ground on Luxury Condo Tower in Manhattan

RFR, Vanke Break Ground on Luxury Condo Tower in Manhattan

RFR Holding and Vanke, China’s largest residential developer, broke ground Tuesday on 610 Lexington Ave., a luxury residential condominium on East 53rd Street in Midtown Manhattan.…

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Benenson Capital, Rose Partners Team on Brooklyn Mixed-Use Project

Benenson Capital, Rose Partners Team on Brooklyn Mixed-Use Project

Benenson Capital Partners has forged a joint venture partnership with Rose Associates to develop a mixed-use tower in downtown Brooklyn. The two family-owned firms have a solid track record together in New York City. …

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Feng Shui-Certified Long Island City Condo Sells Out

Feng Shui-Certified Long Island City Condo Sells Out

The Vista, a 48-unit condo development in Long Island City developed by Lions Group and Emmy Homes, has completely sold out. Feng Shui played a big role. …

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LargaVista and Related Team Up to Create Mixed-Use Building in SoHo

LargaVista and Related Team Up to Create Mixed-Use Building in SoHo

A former BP gas station and two other derelict buildings at the corner of Houston and Lafayette streets in SoHo, Manhattan, will be replaced by 300 Lafayette, a boutique office and retail building by a joint venture between LargaVista Companies and Related Cos.…

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The Chetrit Group Obtains $160M in Financing for NYC Student Housing

The Chetrit Group Obtains $160M in Financing for NYC Student Housing

Meridian Capital arranges $160 million for The Chetrit Group's refinance of a student housing property in New York that was formerly a nursing home. …

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Central Harlem Condo Development Half Sold After First Month on the Market

Central Harlem Condo Development Half Sold After First Month on the Market

About half of the condominiums at L+M Development Partners Inc.’s Central Harlem mixed-use development, The Adeline, have sold in the first month of sales. The community is expected to be completed this fall.…

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Renovation and Rebranding Announced for Holiday Inn New York City Midtown

Renovation and Rebranding Announced for Holiday Inn New York City Midtown

The existing Holiday Inn hotel located at 30-32 West 31stStreet in New York City’s Midtown District is set to be converted into a new Hyatt-branded hotel, as Chesapeake Lodging Trust appointed a Hyatt affiliate to oversee the $6 million renovation and rebranding process.…

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Luxury TF Cornerstone Condo in L.I.C. Reaches Full Occupancy

Luxury TF Cornerstone Condo in L.I.C. Reaches Full Occupancy

The View, a luxury condo in the Queens neighborhood of Long Island City, has reached 100 percent occupancy. Modern Spaces handled sales. …

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