New York

Greystone Development Acquires Sag Harbor Property

The waterfront property will be included in the planned 11 residences designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern.

Manhattan Residential Sales Fewer in Number, But Higher in Price

The average price of a condo in New York City was $3.2 million in March, and the average price of a co-op was $1.3 million.

Moinian Group Builds up Manhattan’s Far West Side

The Moinian Group continues its long-term investment in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen with a 165-unit residential project at 572 11th Ave. and a Class A office tower in the Hudson Yards district.

On the Market: This Week’s 5 Most Interesting CRE Listings

Check out this week’s most interesting CRE listings across the country.

City Council Approves de Blasio’s Affordable Housing Programs

The NYC City Council approved two major components of Mayor de Blasio’s affordable housing plan with the passing of the MIH and ZQA programs.

KRE Group, Oxford Realty Buy Deer Creek for $45M

The partnership has teamed up again to purchase a 288-unit apartment community that fits with their strategy of scooping up properties with value-add potential.

New Queens Apartments 50 Percent Rented in a Matter of Weeks

The 62-unit property, developed by Tsilo Group on the site of a former lumber yard at 30-40 21st St., is a mix of studios and one- and two-bedroom units.

Top 10 NYC Multifamily Sales in February 2016

February’s recorded sales show a strong demand for multifamily apartment buildings in New York. Manhattan led the pack, with multiple package deals that could promise exciting new redevelopments. Brooklyn, Queens and even the Bronx make appearances, too. Check out the most expensive transactions, and the latest data from PropertyShark.   1. 420-423 E. 54 St., Manhattan Sale Price: $390,000,000 Buyer: River Tower Owner, LLC Seller: EQR-River Tower A, LLC East Midtown’s RiverTower building tops February’s recorded sales at a healthy $390M. While it sold at significantly less than was predicted by The Real Deal, Sam Zell’s Equity Residential was rumored…

Inside Greystone’s New West Village Luxury Property

The boutique corner building in the Greenwich Village Historic District features five full-floor residences, among them a duplex penthouse with three private outdoor spaces.

One Hundred East Fifty Third Street Rolls Out Membership Program

This is the latest amenity to be unveiled by the developers of the property, RFR and the Chinese real estate firm Vanke.