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City Hall needs to move fast to bolster real estate, NYC finances

Along with The Post’s graphic stories of how Gotham has become a Ghost Town are some painful, cold numbers — including a lot of hard news for the city’s real-estate…

‘COVID-19-proof’ office towers coming to NYC?

One of the biggest challenges commercial real estate owners are facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic is convincing tenants it is safe to return to their office buildings. Now there are…

NYC realtor shocks TikTok users with ‘worst apartment ever’ tour: ‘No wonder New Yorkers are angry’

Only in New York, kids. There’s no place like the Big Apple, and the city’s unique real estate is part of its charm. The land of skyscrapers, penthouses and luxury…

Where Real Estate Donations are Going in NYC Mayor’s Race

Clockwise from left: Scott Stringer, Eric Adams, Shaun Donovan and Ray McGuire (Getty/Photo illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal) More than a year ago, the New York Post,…

Brooklyn has dethroned Manhattan as most coveted place to live in NYC

Brooklyn real estate has weathered the pandemic better than Manhattan, making it the more resilient New York City borough. A raft of data points — from sales prices to listing…

What commercial real estate crisis? Industrial sites are booming in NYC

Sitting at home has been good business for the city’s industrial sector, which was already revving up to service the influx of packages ordered through online shopping. “We had as…