It’s the second big Midtown office landlord to fall that far, as firms brace for a recession
A hedge fund relocates its Manhattan headquarters, and a Queens affordable housing project lands new financing
An award-winning Broadway director has earned another distinction, this time in real estate just over 50 miles north of where he first made his name. Two-time Tony Award-winning director Des McAnuff and his wife Bryna McCann sold their Weston, Connecticut, house for $6.5 million. The deal marks the area’s highest price for a home sale since 2005. McAnuff bought the land in 2011 before the four-bedroom, three-bathroom home was built in 2013. The house is
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The political strategist sold the three-bedroom, loft-style, columned co-op for $3.4 million
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Another day, another real estate company making moves to cope with rising mortgage rates. Proptech startup Divvy Homes laid off 12 percent of its staff on Tuesday, the Information reported. The cuts impacted roughly 40 employees at the five-year-old company. Divvy executive Kyle Zink cited inflation and elevated mortgage rates as rationale for the layoffs. “Realistically, the macro environment is likely to remain volatile and challenging for the foreseeable future,” Zink told the outlet. “As
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