Real Estate

Deals of the Day: Jan. 26 (Real Estate) 1/26 6:39A C. J. Hughes, Eddie Small
A retirement fund relocates to Midtown, and a developer expands its footprint on the Upper East Side.

Alice Mason, legendary Manhattan real estate agent, dies at 100

The Real Deal 1/13 5:30A TRD Staff
Legendary real estate broker and socialite Alice Mason died on Jan. 4 at the age of 100 in her Manhattan home. A prominent figure in the real estate scene, Mason was known for her ability to navigate the exclusive world of Manhattan s co-ops,...

The Daily Dirt: When will Manhattan’s flight to quality land?

The Real Deal 1/13 12:30A David Westenhaver
New York real estate is not a monolith. That’s especially true for Manhattan’s office sector, which has become a tale of the haves and the have nots. Last year was a banner year for the haves, as Manhattan saw a record of 192 leases at $100 per...

Avdoo nabs $105M for Boerum Hill condo project

The Real Deal 12/27 6:07A TRD Staff
Shlomi Avdoo landed a construction loan as his firm tops out its condo project in Boerum Hill. Valley National Bank lent $105 million to Avdoo & Partners Development for its project at 323 Bergen...

UES penthouse tops Manhattan’s luxury contracts

The Real Deal 12/18 8:46A Sheridan Wall
An Upper East Side penthouse reigned over Manhattan’s luxury market last week. The triplex condo at 181 East 65th Street, last asking $18 million, was the priciest home to enter contract in the...

Taconic’s Charles Bendit sells UWS mansion

The Real Deal 12/14 2:00A Sheridan Wall
A commercial developer made a residential move with an uptown deal for $16.5 million. Charles Bendit and his wife, Karyn, sold 40 West 74th Street to an unknown buyer for $1,500 per square foot,...

Deals of the Day: Dec. 6 (Real Estate) 12/6 7:03A C. J. Hughes, Mario Marroquin, E
A hotel sells in Downtown Brooklyn, and a residential development on the Upper East Side lands a construction loan.

The Daily Dirt: What’s causing One57’s resale slump?

The Real Deal 12/2 12:30A David Westenhaver
A pioneer of Billionaires’ Row has found itself in a resale slump in recent years. And the cool market for luxury sales is likely not the only cause. In November, One57’s PH88 closed for $31.5 million, a considerable markdown from its initial...
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