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ANOTHER HEAD ROLLS AT WEWORK

Another WeWork executive is headed for the door. Sarah Pontius, the firm's global head of real estate partnerships, this week reached...

INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS SWARM SILVERSTEIN'S NEW TASE BONDS

Israeli investors are once again jumping at the opportunity to buy bonds backed by New York City real estate. Silverstein Properties,...

 
 
 

HURRICANE DORIAN DELIVERS BLOW TO FLORIDA HOTEL OCCUPANCY, REVENUE: REPORT

Hurricane Dorian never made landfall in Florida, but the near miss still had a sizable impact on Florida's hospitality industry around...

TENANT'S LAWSUIT: “ROACHES SWARMED MY BAGEL!”

Renting an apartment in New York City isn't for the squeamish. A tenant's lawsuit alleges that she had to move out of her Lower East...

 
 
 

THE TRADE WAR COULD COOL DOWN THE E-COMMERCE BOOM, TOM BARRACK'S FIRM MAKES AN AGGRESSIVE BET ON TECH: DAILY DIGEST

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York's biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We...

CONSTRUCTION STARTUP KATERRA HIRES FORMER JAMES HARDIE EXECUTIVE AS NEW CFO

SoftBank-backed construction startup Katerra is bringing on a new CFO as part of a series of changes to its executive team. Matthew...

 
 
 

SWEEPING INDUSTRIAL BUY IN QUEENS COST BLACKSTONE AT LEAST $129M

Blackstone dropped at least $129 million on its latest Queens industrial acquisition, property records show. The purchase, spread over...

MORE LIKE WEWAIT? CO-WORKING GIANT TO POSTPONE IPO, REPORT SAYS

WeWork's parent company is reportedly planning to postpone its initial public offering following weeks of scrutiny over the co-working...

 
 
 

CITY MOVES TO REVOKE LICENSE OF CONTRACTOR IT BLAMES FOR CONSTRUCTION WORKER'S DEATH

The city wants to take away the license of a contractor who it alleges was responsible for the death of a construction worker at a...

THIRD TIME'S A CHARM? TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL CO-FOUNDERS LIST DAKOTA CO-OP AGAIN

The divorced co-founders of the Tribeca Film Festival are trying to sell their sprawling apartment at the Dakota once again. Film producer...

 
 
 

JEFF SUTTON MAKES A FIFTH AVENUE RETAIL PLAY, BERNIE SANDERS WANTS NATIONAL RENT CONTROL: DAILY DIGEST

Every day, The Real Deal rounds up New York's biggest real estate news, from breaking news and scoops to announcements and deals. We...

WITH FED RATE CUT ON THE MIND, MARKETS ENTER THE WEEK RIDING HIGH

The Federal Reserve is slated to slash its benchmark interest rate again this week - a move that likely will give financial markets...

 
 
 

CORCORAN SAID “CRIMINAL” HACKERS LEAKED AGENT SPLITS

The Corcoran Group said it was hacked Friday after a stunning email containing agent splits, marketing budgets and gross commission...

THE REAL DEAL ADDS GRANT CARDONE TO POWER-PACKED LIST OF SPEAKERS FOR UPCOMING MIAMI SHOWCASE AND FORUM

The Real Deal is thrilled to announce that Grant Cardone, founder & CEO of Cardone Enterprises, will be speaking at The Real Deal's...

 
 
 

“INHERENT RISK:” RATINGS AGENCIES HAVE HAD DOUBTS ABOUT WEWORK FOR YEARS

When a loan to the We Company's newly-formed $2.9 billion property investment fund, ARK, was taken to the commercial mortgage-backed...

WEWORK PUSHES AHEAD WITH SEPTEMBER IPO

The We Company will push ahead with its initial public offering and list its shares on Nasdaq later this month, despite a push from...

 
 
 

THESE WERE AUGUST'S TOP 3 RESIDENTIAL DEALS

August is generally the slowest month of the year, but here are the three deals that topped the charts for this month's residential...

ONLY IN MANHATTAN? LUXURY CONDO OWNER FILES “CLASS ACTION” BECAUSE UNIT DOESN'T HAVE A WINE COOLER

Across the city, residents sometimes have to tussle with landlords to make sure they are getting basic necessities like heat and hot...

 
 
 

DATA ALERT: CRUNCHING THE NUMBERS ON CONDO INVENTORY

New development condo report Manhattan Inventory shrank as developers filed fewer units than were purchased Developers filed three...

REBNY HONORS LATE UNION PRESIDENT HECTOR FIGUEROA WITH HUMANITARIAN AWARD

Ahead of its annual banquet, the Real Estate Board of New York announced on Thursday that it will bestow its humanitarian award on...

 
 
 



Authorities: MLB pitcher, St. Cloud resident charged with solicitation of child

Authorities: MLB pitcher, St. Cloud resident charged with solicitation of child

Pirates pitcher Felipe Vazquez was taken into custody in Pittsburgh on a felony warrant out of Florida, authorities say. Read more ...

Daniel Jones named Giants starter: Three stats that define Eli Manning's legacy

Daniel Jones named Giants starter: Three stats that define Eli Manning's legacy

Eli Manning won two Super Bowls with the Giants and any discussion about him has to start there. Read more ...

Legendary journalist Cokie Roberts dies at age 75

Legendary journalist Cokie Roberts dies at age 75

The 75-year-old died from complications of breast cancer, her family said in a statement. Read more ...

General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination

General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination

This strain of E. coli usually sickens people within three to four days of exposure. Read more ...

This swim just broke a world record

This swim just broke a world record

Sarah Thomas, a breast cancer survivor, has broken a world-record by swimming the English Channel four times non-stop, in just over 54 hours. Read more ...

'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek reveals setback in cancer battle

'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek reveals setback in cancer battle

"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek said Tuesday that he is undergoing another round of chemotherapy. Read more ...

This man's sign asking for beer money was wildly successful - now he's...

This man's sign asking for beer money was wildly successful - now he's donating $6,000 to charity

The 23-year-old could've bought enough beer to last a lifetime, but instead, decided to do something to give back. Read more ...

Cornell will start giving full scholarships to medical students who qualify...

Cornell will start giving full scholarships to medical students who qualify for financial aid

More than half of the program's medical students received need-based scholarships to cover the cost of attendance, which is about $90,000 per year. Read more ...

Police: Homeowner shot, killed 3 masked teens as they attempted to rob him...

Police: Homeowner shot, killed 3 masked teens as they attempted to rob him at his home

The three victims included one 15-year-old and two 16-year-olds. Read more ...

10-year-old girl who contracted a brain-eating amoeba while swimming has died

10-year-old girl who contracted a brain-eating amoeba while swimming has died

"Lily was an incredible person and friend to all." Read more ...