Our Week in Real Estate: Insurance Lenders; Harlem Brewery; 4 World Trade; Single Women; Windsor Knot
A Sydney investor bought a studio apartment here—sight (site?) unseen.
We learned why the laundromat always wins in housing considerations.
We toured Tower 4 and came back with photos showing the end of ennui over ground zero.
Insurance companies are the big lenders in the commercial marketplace right now, don’t you know?
The world’s largest LGBT synagogue bought its first property.
Paul Glickman filled us in on what he’s been doing since joining Jones Lang LaSalle last winter.
David Winoker talked about what he would do with garment center—and what he is doing.
We implored a thought for the FiDi residents without retail.
Single women are buying more real estate than single men, and brokers are responding sexist-ly in kind.
The real estate party has returned—but hold the Seal.
We learned about how 116 John Street became an apartment building.
Harlem will likely get its first brewery since Prohibition—we can’t believe this hasn’t gotten more pick-up!
There is a mini-development boom set to begin in Washington Heights and Harlem.
Sam Chandan wrote about the lousy jobs report and its effects on real estate investment.
Robert Knakal went after Albany on rent-regulation changes that aren’t really changes at all.