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Two Bridges developers beat two more lawsuits blocking projects

Two Bridges developers beat two more lawsuits blocking projects Appellate Division reverses lower court’s decisions on Manhattan towers New York / JDS Development’s Michael Stern, L M’s Ron Moelis and Starrett s Josh Siegel with a rendering of Two Bridges (Twitter, SHoP Architects) After a series of setbacks, developers planning four towers in Two Bridges have survived two more legal challenges. A state appeals court on Tuesday unanimously overturned two decisions, clearing the way for th...
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Flushing … another project down the toilet?

Flushing … another project down the toilet? What opposition to another megaproject says about today’s City Council New York News Analysis / Peter Koo and the Flushing waterfront (Facebook, Flushing Waterfront, rendering by Jeff Strikeman Architectural Art) Wacky stuff is happening at the City Council. Not long ago, a proposed Special Flushing Waterfront District was supposed to win approval without too much trouble because the local Council member, Peter Koo, supports the big development tha...
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Developers pitch New York City casino

Developers pitch New York City casino Long-dismissed plan could gain traction because of state’s financial shortfalls New York / (Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal) New York needs money, and some real estate developers say they have just the solution: another casino. According to the New York Times, Vornado Realty Trust has proposed a gambling venue at its property near Herald Square; Morris Bailey has discussed having one at his own Herald Square property; and L L Holding Compa...
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Home values in formerly redlined areas still lagging behind

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Home values in formerly redlined areas still lagging behind A weekly feature bringing you the industry’s latest intel New York / Harlem townhomes (Credit: Getty Images) Residential Sales | Zillow The value of homes in formerly redlined neighborhoods still lag behind other areas. In December 2017, the median value of a U.S. home in a redlined district stood at $276,199, 14....
Tags: Travel, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Greenwich Village, Leslie J Garfield, New York Harlem, Savills Studley Downtown Manhattan


Inside Compass’ recruiting machine

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Inside Compass’ recruiting machine “When we want someone, we go after them from every angle possible.” New York / (Illustration by Lexi Pilgrim for The Real Deal) UPDATED, Feb. 13, 9:38 a.m.: Residential brokerages in New York woke up on Dec. 7 with 450 million new reasons to fear Compass. Softbank’s cash infusion in that amount accelerated the firm’s nationwide growth tim...
Tags: Travel, Google, New York, Softbank, Chicago, Queens, Manhattan, Dallas, Fifth Avenue, Compass, Upper West Side, Derek Smith, Lewis, Greenberg, Brian Lewis, Douglas Elliman


Gladstone suit against Maloney tossed by Manhattan judge

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Gladstone suit against Maloney tossed by Manhattan judge Madison Equities founder had argued PMG sabotaged their joint condo development New York / Kevin Maloney, Robert Gladston and 10 Sullivan Street (Credit: Getty Images and 10 Sullivan) UPDATED: Mon., Jan. 15 @ 2:39 p.m:A Manhattan State Supreme Court judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by Madison Equities Robert Gladsto...
Tags: Travel, New York, Manhattan, Madison, Gladstone, Sullivan, Maloney, Corcoran, Sullivan Street, Kornreich, Shirley Werner Kornreich, Corcoran Group, PMG, Madison Equities, Manhattan State Supreme Court, Elliman


Ex-con landlord files lawsuit against UES tenant for alleged harassment

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Ex-con landlord files lawsuit against UES tenant for alleged harassment Gerald Musano’s firm says the tenant called company staff “Nazis” New York / 337 East 77th Street The real estate company of landlord Gerald Musano, who did prison time in the 1980s after hiring gangs to terrorize tenants out of rent-stabilized apartments, sued an Upper East Side apartment dweller on T...
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Manhattan rental concessions fell for the first time since 2015

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Manhattan rental concessions fell for the first time since 2015 With more would-be buyers turning to the rental market, metrics are showing improvement New York / (Credit: Unsplash and Miller Samuel) Manhattan’s rental market has broken its nearly four-year streak of rising concessions. The market share of landlord incentives was 44.5 percent in January, down from 49.3 per...
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These were August’s top 3 residential deals

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. August is slow, but it didn’t stop three anonymous buyers from snapping up giant condos in some of the hottest residential buildings in Manhattan. This includes 220 Central Park South, where British musician Sting recently bought a $65.7 million penthouse , and 565 Broome Street, where tennis player Novak Djokovic scooped up two, two-bedroom condos in 2017. To see July’s top s...
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Calling all subscribers: Listen in as TRD reporters size up NYC’s foreign investment landscape

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Calling all subscribers: Listen in as TRD reporters size up NYC s foreign investment landscape Subscribe today to join The Real Deal’s conference call on Tuesday Join The Real Deal on Tuesday, September 24 at 2 p.m. for our next subscribers-only conference call. TRD s senior content director Jill Noonan will talk to reporters Sylvia Varnham O Regan and Kevin Sun about their ...
Tags: Travel, New York, Sun, Manhattan, Regan, Kevin Sun, Sylvia Varnham O Regan, Jill Noonan


Here are the neighborhoods where homes are flying off the shelf

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Here are the neighborhoods where homes are flying off the shelf A new report finds that days on market increased in most submarkets, save a select few New York / Queens, New York (Credit: iStock)  Most of the city’s residential listings are collecting dust, but in Queens homes are flying off the shelf. A new report by StreetEasy ranked the top neighborhoods where homes are...
Tags: Travel, Queens, Manhattan, Sunnyside, Fort Greene, Long Island City, StreetEasy, Benaim, South Queens, Eric Benaim, 爱上海shlf88, New York Queens New York, Astoria Long Island City, Erin Hudson


Ken Griffin is approaching $1B in worldwide luxury real estate buys

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Ken Griffin is approaching $1B in worldwide luxury real estate buys The billionaire hedge funder’s investment property portfolio in glitzy locales reveals his strategy, one industry pro says National / Citadel CEO Ken Griffin has been acquiring ultra-luxury residential properties around the world for a decade (Getty, iStock) Billionaire Ken Griffin has been on a decade-lon...
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In Hamptons and elsewhere, season no longer ends on Labor Day

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. In Hamptons and elsewhere, season no longer ends on Labor Day Duration of East End stays has increased 20 percent Tri-State / Brokers in the tri-state area say they have run out of rentals as the pandemic has upended fall plans, leading families to trade in their New York apartments for an out-of-city escape. At the beginning of the health crisis, agents saw an uptick in re...
Tags: Travel, New York, New York City, Connecticut, Manhattan, Airbnb, East End, Hamptons, Vrbo, Westchester, Barrett, Douglas Elliman, Hirsch, Carroll Gardens, Scheinfeld, Tri State Brokers


Lender to Harlem developer: Pay back $26M loan plus fees

For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Please Allow Javascript and reload this page. Lender to Harlem developer: Pay back $26M loan plus fees Lawsuit says interest on debt accruing at a rate of $17K per day New York / 308 W. 133rd Street (Google Maps, iStock) UPDATED Dec. 8, 2020, 9:05 a.m.: If you think the interest charges on your loans are bad, try racking up fees of $17,000 per day. That’s what developer Levi Balkany of Happy Living Development is faci...
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We'll always have Paris

I let this anniversary go by until Ken reminded me. Forty years ago last Thursday was 2 September 1981. I left New York for my first-ever trip to Paris to spend a school year learning French at the Alliance Française. The transportation was arranged by the college that sponsored the year abroad program. Students from all over the US were on their own to get to the flight, Icelandic Air Flight 204 out of JFK, an overnight flight with a re-fueling stop in Reykjavik, Iceland. The final destination ...
Tags: Travel, New York, US, Brooklyn, Gare du Nord, Paris, Manhattan, Luxembourg, Jfk, Douglas, Ken, WCS, Reykjavik Iceland, Ken B, Wikipedia Icelandic Air


14 cabins, yurts, A-frames, and other unique Hudson Valley Airbnbs we're eyeing for a fall getaway

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Airbnb New York's Hudson Valley is an easy city escape to enjoy nature, quaint towns, and charming shops. We found Hudson Valley cabins, cottages, and barns in Beacon, Hudson, Rhinebeck, and other towns. All Hudson Valley Airbnbs are highly-rated with top-notch amenities and start under $450 per night. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky While ideal in every season, New York's Hudson Valley is ...
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I grew up in Portland, and I love it. Here's why I'm never moving back, even though I can work from anywhere.

Portland is home to violent protests, tent cities, killer heat waves, and my parents. (That's me in the striped shirt, with my mother and brothers, from a family photo circa 1983.) Dakarai Akil for Insider It was around the time of the second baby that we started to think about where to settle down. For many years my wife and I had pursued the semi-itinerant lifestyle of freelance workers. Place was a liquid commodity. We changed apartments every year or two. The one consistency was the...
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8 intriguing global pizza styles every connoisseur should know

Pizza is the people’s food. Its simple components might create the false impression that pizza itself is simple, but the genius of pizza lies in its ability to be both simple and complex at the same time. While the basic construction of pizza has long been the same, pizza’s evolution is endless. Much like fine art, it assumes a different aesthetic depending on where it’s eaten. The United States alone has a number of different styles of pizza, from New Haven’s apizza to Detroit’s Sicilian-ins...
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Nobody Asked Me, But… No. 253; Hotel History: Hotel Pennsylvania | By Stanley Turkel

Hotel History: Hotel Pennsylvania (1704 rooms) : An iconic hotel in mid-town Manhattan is closing its doors for good. The Hotel Pennsylvania will not reopen, succumbing to this past year’s Covid 19 pandemic and years of narrowly avoiding the chopping block. The fourth-largest hotel in New York City was well situated, right across from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, making it a natural and affordable stop for travelers and concert-goers alike.
Tags: Travel, New York City, Pennsylvania, Manhattan, Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, Hotel Pennsylvania, Stanley Turkel


These New York City hotels offer great rates and stunning skyline views

New York’s Manhattan skyline is the most iconic in the world. But with over 700 hotels to choose from, it can be difficult to know the best place to stay to enjoy the showstopping views of the city, especially from the comfort of your own bedroom. Here is a selection of the most stunning NYC hotels with skyline views. We hope you love the spaces and stays we recommend! Just so you know, Matador may collect a small commission from the links on this page if you decide to book ...
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Do yoga at the top of the Empire State Building to run the chance to win a trip to Belize

Yoga is good for you , but sunrise yoga at the top of the Empire State Building is even better. Not only are the views of Manhattan from the top of the most famous building in the world pretty spectacular, but this particular session of downward dogs and planks can get you a free trip to Belize. The Empire State Building, New York City‘s iconic art deco landmark has partnered up with the Belize Tourism Board to host a sunrise yoga event led by two Belizean instructors. The sunrise yoga class ...
Tags: Travel, New York City, Manhattan, Belize, All, Empire State Building, Belize Tourism Board, Belize The Empire State Building New York City, Evan Tillet


One of the US' largest hotel owners is charging guests $25 to use the swimming pool and $20 for early check-in - but is cutting room prices in return

Hotel Space_Cat/Getty Images One of the US' biggest hotel owner-operators is adding extra pool and gym charges, the WSJ reported. Guests at some MCR Hotels pay $25 for the pool over the weekend - but rooms are cheaper. Hotel owners are also charging guests extra for daily housekeeping, industry executives said. See more stories on Insider's business page. One of the largest hotel owners in the US is charging guests extra fees for the swimming pool, early check-in, gym, and breakfas...
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The Sound of Subways Around the World: A Global Collection of Subway Door Closing Announcements, Beeps & Chimes

The next L train is now arriving on the Manhattan bound track. Please stand away from the platform edge.  Thus begins Brooklyn saxophone-percussion trio Moon Hooch’s “Number 9.” Anyone who’s taken the train into the city from Bushwick or Williamsburg two or three times, you should be able to chant along with no trouble. “Mind the gap!” is a sentimental favorite of both native Londoners and first time visitors navigating The Tube with freshly purchased Oyster Cards. Residents of Montreal ...
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I flew on Tailwind Air, the seaplane airline that flies between New York and Boston - I'd choose it over Acela in a heartbeat

Flying on a Tailwind Air seaplane. Thomas Pallini/Insider Tailwind Air just launched seaplane flights between New York City and Boston. The short flights leave from New York's East River and Boston Harbor, providing unique city views. Easy access and short flight times make it better than Amtrak's Acela in terms of convenience. See more stories on Insider's business page. Less than 200 miles separate New York and Boston, but traveling between the two cities is anything but ...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, New York, News, Air Travel, Wall Street, Boston, Planes, New York City, Trends, Features, Flying, Brooklyn, New Jersey, Manhattan, Aviation


High Uber Price? Curb May Help

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - High Uber Price? Curb May Help The other day I went online from my mobile phone and ordered an Uber for a ride about 50 blocks in Manhattan at 11 a.m. It was not exactly peak travel time. The quote was a whopping $53 dollars and a 10 minute wait. While I was recovering from that sticker shock, an empty yellow... The post High Uber Price? Curb May Help appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
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Visiting New York: The Best Ways to Travel Around the City

Introduction Whether you’re on a family vacation or traveling solo, New York City is an exciting place to visit. There’s something to do for everyone, whether it’s visiting a museum or checking out a broadway show— there’s just so much to do! With that being said, you’ll need a way to travel around the city.  New York is made up of five boroughs— Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island— and although many of the most famous attractions are in Manhattan, the other five bor...
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15 of the most luxurious hotels in the United States, from a private island to a celebrity retreat

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Utah's Amangiri has long been a destination popular among A-list celebrities. Amangiri Post-pandemic, there is now pent-up demand for travel, plus extra budget after a year without it. If you saved by not traveling and are ready to splurge, we found incredible luxury hotels in the US. These are the best 5-star hotels to fulfill bucket-list dreams, from Hawaii to Montana and Orlando. Table of Conten...
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11 luxury hotels offering rare discounts, from a pool villa in Thailand to one of Paris' poshest properties

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Tripadvisor Some luxury hotels that are traditionally expensive have dropped starting rates to lure back guests. We found five-star stays across the US and internationally that are all under $665 per night. Our picks offer exceptional value, with many top hotels ranging between $150-350 per night. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky The travel and hotel industry was among the hardest hit due to COVID-...
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New York and Boston are finally getting a seaplane link with 75 minute flights and fares starting at $395 one way - and it may give Acela a run for its money

A Cessna Caravan seaplane in Boston Harbor. Tailwind Air Tailwind Air is launching seaplane service between New York City and Boston starting August 3. Flights are only 75 minutes long and flyers can show up as late as 10 minutes before departure. Fares start at $395 and as many as four daily flights will be offered starting August 21. See more stories on Insider's business page. New Yorkers and Bostonians will have yet another link as an airline is finally launching seaplane flights...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, New York, News, Air Travel, Boston, Planes, New York City, Trends, Flying, Manhattan, United, Amtrak, East End, Times Square, Northeast


The best budget hotels in New York for 2021

Editor’s Note: This article was updated in August 2021 to reflect the changing situation around COVID-19 and hotel closures and re-openings. Even as New York recovers from the pandemic, a visit to the Big Apple still means a towering price tag for your hotel. But that doesn’t have to be the case when you check into one of the best budget hotels in New York. As you probably know, on EuroCheapo we keep a full list of cheap hotels in New York. But we thought we help simplify your research for you a...
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