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Activist hedge fund Engine No. 1 to open Meatpacking District office

The Real Deal 9/15 11:00A By Rich Bockmann
Activist hedge fund Engine No. 1, which is shaking up Wall Street with its push to get Big Oil to reduce carbon emissions, is opening a New York City office in the Meatpacking District. The San Francisco-based firm signed a lease for about 11,500...

Crain’s Business Forum: Life Sciences – Opportunities and Challenges

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 9/14 7:06A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/de
The life sciences industry* is considered one of the most promising for economic development in New York City, having the potential to create up to 40,000 good-paying jobs.** Mayor de Blasio recently... To view the full story, click the title link.

Pandemic pricing arrives to middle of i-sales market

The Real Deal 9/14 1:00A By Orion Jones
The effects of the pandemic on real estate were apparent last week in New York City’s mid-level investment-sales market as hotels and medical offices made up a majority of deals. Hotel buildings have traded at a discount as the recovery of...

Back to the future

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 9/13 12:00A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/sp
New York City has reopened and is finally coming back to life, but what and who is it coming back to? Restaurants are welcoming guests, offices are inviting their employees back, and Broadway shows... To view the full story, click the title link.

Facebook still looking for space in NYC

The Real Deal 9/10 4:30A TRD Staff
Commercial brokers in New York City, get those friend requests out to Facebook’s real estate division. Mark Zuckerberg’s company already has several office locations in Manhattan. But Bloomberg reports that the company is looking for even more...

Homes for Sale in New York City

NYTimes.com (Real Estate) 9/9 3:00A Stefanos Chen
This week’s properties are in Flatbush, the West Village and St. George.

NYPD probing flooding deaths in basement apartments

The Real Deal 9/8 5:49A TRD Staff
Landlords could face consequences after Tropical Storm Ida killed 11 people in flooded basement apartments last week. Gothamist reported police are investigating six separate incidents, which could potentially lead to criminal charges for...
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