Month: December 2019

Dennis Crowley, the co-founder and executive chairman of Foursquare, is listing his East Village prewar co-op for $1.45 million. The three-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is at 303 E. Eighth St. A home office could be converted into a fourth bedroom. Dennis CrowleyGetty Images for TechCrunch Crowley, who is 43, bought the unit for $1.15 million in
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The real estate investment trust SL Green Realty Corp. made an investment presentation Monday that revealed deals and other information about its numerous projects. The ribbon-cutting for One Vanderbilt will take place Aug. 4, 2020, and right now it has 533,657 square feet left to rent in the 1.67 million-square-foot building that towers above and
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He’s gone from WeWork to we’re outta here! Ex-WeWork CEO Adam Neumann — who was quickly ousted from the co-working company in September following a botched initial public offering attempt — is looking to sell one of his Manhattan homes. Bloomberg reports that Neumann, who co-founded the co-working giant, is considering parting ways with his
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Five days after the merger of CBS and Viacom closed, the combined ViacomCBS has decided to sell CBS’ famed New York headquarters known as “Black Rock.” The black granite skyscraper, located at 51 West 52nd St. just steps from New York’s Museum of Modern Art, has served as CBS’ headquarters since it was completed in
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Palm Beach real estate is giving New York a run for its money. This October, hedge funder Steven Schonfeld signed a record-smashing $200 million contract for a South Ocean Boulevard mansion. Just a few months prior, on the same street, the estate of the late Broadway producer Terry Allen Kramer sold for $105 million. “When someone
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Helicopters in New York City are becoming über-annoying, residents say. An influx of on-demand chopper services like Uber Copter and Blade offering airportgoers an alternative to Manhattan gridlock for as little as $95 are flooding the skies over brownstone Brooklyn and lower Manhattan — and assaulting residents’ eardrums. Park Slope residents say the Thanksgiving-week heli
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Novotel Miami Brickell Glassy and sleek, the 12-story Novotel manages to make a business trip something to anticipate, not dread. Its 275 rooms are simple and spartan, but its rooftop pool with striped cabanas and wraparound glass begs travelers to pack a swimsuit and stay an extra day. A subtle Peruvian theme weaves through the
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Miami’s first Airbnb-branded building is rising Downtown. The 48-story tower, dubbed Natiivo, will boast 604 units — 412 condos and 192 hotel rooms — all of which can be rented and managed via the short-term rental giant. The Legacy Hotel & Residences — which boasts a one-acre pool deck — will assist buyers in renting out
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