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City Sees Uptick In Commercial Leases

Jill Urban NY1 17.10.2010
City Sees Uptick In Commercial Leases

The real estate market has come a long way since this time last year, especially for commercial property. Recent market reports show New York City commercial space is holding strong.

Foreclosure freeze shakes battered home market

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Get ready for a bumpy ride in the housing market.

The Closer: Flips and splits of New York's real estate community

* One raging success story out of Harlem is the Livmor. Opening sales in January, the building at 301 W. 115th St. is over 75% sold, which is pretty good considering the ups and downs of the uptown real estate market. We’d say it’s up now. So would Prudential Douglas Elliman broker Dawn Tsien, whose team handled the sales and marketing.

New York Commercial Real Estate Shows Signs of Improving

Despite falling rents and rising vacancy rates, the commercial real estate market could be improving.

New York’s property tax nightmare

BOB PORT and JAMES M. ODATO Times Union 03.10.2010
New York’s property tax nightmare

Slowly, over the last decade, the American Dream of homeownership has turned for many New Yorkers into a nightmare of property taxes growing out of control.

Mosque developer has shoddy building record

The developer behind the planned Ground Zero mosque already has a lousy record with the city Buildings Department -- racking up $24,650 in fines for safety and construction violations at a Washington Heights apartment building that his firm owns.

Town Houses With Condo Amenities

MARC SANTORA The New York Times 06.09.2010
Town Houses With Condo Amenities

WHETHER brownstone in Harlem, limestone on the Upper East Side or red brick in the West Village, town houses are a defining feature of many Manhattan neighborhoods. Yet they now make up less than 1 percent of the borough’s real estate market.

Senior Lenders Moving to Foreclose on NYC's Stuyvesant Town

The battle over Manhattan's giant Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town apartment complex intensified Saturday as the banks overseeing the $3 billion first-mortgage debt on the property moved to foreclose.

'Selling New York' explores multi-million dollar real estate in Manhattan

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Back in the day on "Green Acres," Lisa Douglas used to sing, "I just adore a penthouse view." She'd really adore "Selling New York," the high-end real estate reality show premiering Sept. 8 on HGTV Canada.

Real Estate: The (Short) Reign of the Renter Is Over

Months of free rent! No broker’s fees! Reduced monthly rent! Last year, Manhattan was a renter’s paradise. But the market has shifted, and today, renters are no longer running the show.

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