NYC Real Estate News

Wed, 09/28/2022 - 07:30
New York state Senator Michael Gianaris has revealed plans to construct a new planetarium at 21-12 30th Road in Astoria, Queens. Construction of the planetarium is a major facet of plans to renovate the site’s existing building which currently houses the Variety Boys & Girls Club of Queens, a non-profit organization that offers youth development, physical fitness, and seasonal programming for local children and teens.
Wed, 09/28/2022 - 07:00
Permits have been filed for a 17-story mixed-use building at 133-09 37th Avenue in Flushing, Queens. Located between College Point Boulevard and Prince Street, the lot is near the Main Street subway station, serviced by the 7 train. Benjamin Clyburn under the 223 Borden Avenue LIC, LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Wed, 09/28/2022 - 07:00

What had been a quiet month for mid-market investment sales in New York City got busy last week, with multifamily properties again proving to be a highly sought-after asset class. Five of the seven transactions between $10 million and $40 million that hit city property records included apartment buildings or plans for them. Four were in Brooklyn, two were in Manhattan and one was in the Bronx. Below are details on each sale, ranked by

The post Multifamily deals dominate strong week of NYC i-sales appeared first on The Real Deal New York.

Wed, 09/28/2022 - 06:30

Jim Somoza says the key to creating a successful indoor market is to ingrain yourself within the small-business community

Wed, 09/28/2022 - 06:30
Permits have been filed for a six-story mixed-use building at 5222 14th Avenue in Borough Park, Brooklyn. Located between 52nd and 53rd Streets, the lot is near the 55th Street subway station, serviced by the D train. Joseph Inzlicht is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Wed, 09/28/2022 - 05:30

The city beat London, which it had tied last year

Wed, 09/28/2022 - 05:30

Plus:

  • State awards Feinstein Institutes $10M to build lab space

  • Northwell partners with software firm to develop staffing shortage technology

  • NoMad fertility startup Kindbody partners with Walmart

Wed, 09/28/2022 - 05:00
With historic architecture, stunning river views and a lower-key vibe than other upstate areas, this Greene County community is growing in popularity.
Wed, 09/28/2022 - 05:00
Don’t jump to the conclusion that those mysterious marks are evidence of disease. They may be leaf mines or galls — and that’s a good thing.
Tue, 09/27/2022 - 18:53

Starwood Capital is at its wits end with Joel Schreiber. Barry Sternlicht’s firm is suing Schreiber, best known as WeWork’s first investor, for allegedly defaulting on its loan backing a Los Angeles office building and on a personal guarantee. Starwood says Schreiber now owes a cool $271.5 million. Starwood’s suit follows a bizarre series of events surrounding the vacant, 1.1 million square-foot building, one of Downtown L.A.’s most troubled properties. In May, Starwood filed a

The post Starwood sues Joel Schreiber for $272M over troubled LA building appeared first on The Real Deal New York.