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New York COVID testing sites may soon expand into empty commercial real estate

Former NYSE CEO Dick Grasso says economic incentives have driven the move for many from New York to Florida and Texas amid the coronavirus pandemic. New York’s commercial real estate…

New York Rents Continue to Slide, While Sales Rebound in Brooklyn

Sales Outlook The sales market, too, has a long way to go, but there are bright spots in Brooklyn and Queens. Both Brooklyn and Queens reached new median sale price…

The ‘Posh Portals’ of New York City

Nothing could be simpler than the purpose of a building’s door — to let people in. But Andrew Alpern complicates things immediately in the introduction to his sumptuous new book,…

Long A New York Real Estate Mainstay, LLCs Lose Their Anonymity

On January 1st, Congress passed a measure to end the secrecy around shell companies that has fueled a boom in high-priced New York condominiums. The new law could discourage the…

New York Real Estate Begins Its Recovery

“Prices aren’t really rising,” Mr. Miller said. “There was just less activity at the bottom and more activity at the top.” Though 2020 began with strong sales, Covid quickly kneecapped…

New York Passes ‘Strongest Bill’ Against Evictions

The last days of the first year of the virus brought with it a flurry of new eviction and foreclosure moratoriums and extensions, including one that New York state leaders…

Here’s a look at what may come for the New York City real estate market in 2021

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City The state of the New York City real estate market took some…

The largest pumpkins in the world are on view at the New York Botanical Garden

Oh my gourd! New York is now home (once again) to some of the world’s largest pumpkins. This week, the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth brought massive cucurbits to the New York Botanical…

Hamptons real estate prices break records as New York City wealthy flee to the beach

The average sales price in the Hamptons soared 46% in the quarter to just over $2 million, according to a report from Douglas Elliman and Miller Samuel. The surge in…