Real Estate

It's true: minimum wage increases benefit low-wage workers, don't cost jobs (Real Estate) 11/15 6:58A Greg David
Wage gains for workers in New York City are outpacing increases for workers nationwide and exceeding inflation by a solid margin in the latest of two signs that the minimum wage increases instituted... To view the full story, click the title link.

What would a Green New Deal for NYCHA look like?

Curbed NY 11/15 4:50A Diana Budds
With at least 400,000 residents, the New York City Housing Authority is the nation’s largest public housing system. | Shutterstock Sorely needed maintenance, energy retrofits, climate proofing, and...

Bloomberg won’t file to get on New Hampshire primary ballot (Real Estate) 11/14 10:56A
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg may be weighing a run for president, but he won’t be on the ballot in the New Hampshire primary. Bloomberg’s team says the billionaire media mogul will... To view the full story, click the title link.

NYPD kept database of juveniles’ fingerprints, violating law (Real Estate) 11/14 10:56A
Until recently, New York City police secretly kept fingerprints of children arrested as juveniles on file permanently in a department database — an illegal practice that has raised alarms about the... To view the full story, click the title link.

5 NYC real estate takeaways from broker Robert Khedarian

Curbed NY 11/14 5:52A Robert Khederian
Max Touhey Co-ops vs. condos, using social media to sell real estate, and more intel from a real estate agent Curious about New York City’s real estate market? Whether you’re renting, buying, or...

Is NYC’s townhouse market in trouble?

The Real Deal 11/14 12:30A By C.J. Hughes
As a percentage of the city’s housing stock, townhouses aren’t just small, they’re minuscule. But they’ve attracted outsized attention in recent months. Most notably, this summer, a 48-foot-wide limestone mansion on East 67th Street sold to...

The city’s rental growth is slowing

The Real Deal 11/14 12:00A By Mary Diduch
New York City’s rental market in October continued to see gains — thanks to languid home sales — but the growth is slowing. The median rent in Manhattan edged up last month to $3,500. But the increase was slight, at just 0.1 percent...

AFP National Philanthropy Day (Real Estate) 11/13 2:55P
Fundraisers from a broad spectrum of New York City-based nonprofits came to the MetLife Building on Nov. 6 to  discuss strategies they use to keep their organizations successful and on track. The... To view the full story, click the title link.
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