Real Estate

New York City should invest in becoming a global life science hub (Real Estate) 4/12 10:08A Jay Mohr
As New York emerged as an early epicenter of the pandemic, and we watched thousands of our neighbors die from Covid-19, one lesson became clear to those of us working on the front lines: Our nation... To view the full story, click the title link.

New York City can't give up on the taxi industry (Real Estate) 4/12 8:43A Amos Tamam
The transportation industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. Covid-19 has and continues to affect the way transit agencies operate and people travel, with strict social distancing guidelines,... To view the full story, click the title link.

City opens dedicated vaccine site for TV, film, theater workers (Real Estate) 4/12 8:17A Bloomberg
New York City on Monday opened a dedicated vaccination site in Times Square for film, TV and theater workers as the city seeks to jumpstart its arts and entertainment industry. “Arts and culture is... To view the full story, click the title link.

New York gaining a reputation it would rather not have (Real Estate) 4/12 7:57A The Editors
With last week's state budget passage and the increase in taxes on the state's wealthiest earners, the $64,000 question comes up again: Will the richest of the rich in New York City pack up their... To view the full story, click the title link.

Coney Island attractions reopen after losing year to virus (Real Estate) 4/9 11:54A Associated Press
The Wonder Wheel began turning and the Cyclone whipped into action as Coney Island's illustrious amusement parks reopened Friday after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered New York City's iconic summer... To view the full story, click the title link.

Coney Island Wonder Wheel reopens

The Real Deal 4/9 5:37A TRD Staff
An excursion synonymous with summer in New York City is back. Coney Island’s iconic amusement park will reopen today as its famous Wonder Wheel starts turning, the Brooklyn Paper reported. “It’s exciting, but at the same time, we know that we have...

The Indestructible Townhouse (Real Estate) 4/9 2:00A John Freeman Gill
Over 211 years, the Dickey House in Lower Manhattan has survived everything New York City has thrown at it. Soon it will become part of a new home for Public School 150.

New York City shouldn't need an emergency to build quickly (Real Estate) 4/8 10:07A Jamie Torres-Springer
City construction is known to take a long time, but working under the emergency construction rules allowed by the state during the pandemic, the city Department of Design and Construction transformed... To view the full story, click the title link.

Westchester home sales stayed strong in Q1

The Real Deal 4/8 3:00A By Sasha Jones
Homebuyers are still looking to Westchester County amid the pandemic, with dwindling inventory driving up prices. There were 2,489 sales in the first quarter, according to the latest report from Douglas Elliman, compiled by appraiser Miller...

5 NYC-area homes that are fit for a CEO

The Real Deal 4/7 11:10A By Sydney Winnick
The movement from the city to the suburbs is far from a new trend, but demand for bigger homes outside of New York City spiked during the pandemic. And while some C-suite executives migrated to Florida in search of more space, other luxury buyers...

Now is the perfect time for congestion pricing in New York City (Real Estate) 4/7 4:56A
To the Editor: We disagree with Crain’s call for delaying federal approval of a congestion pricing zone in the Manhattan central business districts ("As the city looks to lure back visitors," March... To view the full story, click the title link.

Landlord imposter pocketed $1.5M in rental assistance: Authorities

The Real Deal 4/6 11:12A By Akiko Matsuda
The scam went on for years, authorities said. Posing as a landlord with 20 properties around New York City, Paul Fishbein allegedly rented out apartments to homeless and low-income families, then collected the money through various government-run...

NYC startup nabs $50M to expand Wi-Fi connectivity

The Real Deal 4/6 9:45A By E.B. Solomont
Haven’t had internet issues this year? Lucky you. For those who have been plagued by problems, a New York City startup focused on large-scale connectivity in commercial and residential buildings hopes to provide a solution. Gigstreem, founded in...

Small landlords could see big benefits of marijuana legalization (Real Estate) 4/6 3:30A Eddie Small, Natalie Sachmechi
New York City's small landlords could soon be smiling over state legislation passed last week to legalize recreational marijuana—and not for the obvious reason. Because federal law still restricts... To view the full story, click the title link.
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