Douglas Elliman on state of New York City
Don Peebles on NYC real estate, budget
Remote work is hurting the commercial real estate industry in major cities, including New York and San Francisco, as more firms look to ditch their office spaces permanently.
NAHB CEO on inflation, new home sales
Joe Rogan didn’t have to drink donkey juice, sleep in a coffin full of snakes, or walk on a tightrope 10,000 feet above the air to seal the deal.
After the police killing of George Floyd, a Connecticut law professor invited architects, planners and land use attorneys to a discussion of how local zoning worsens the state’s racial inequities. Over 200 people logged onto her impromptu Zoom meeting.
Keith Fitz-Gerald on NYC, return to the office
Thanks to hurricanes, heat and red-hot home prices, the state’s population growth hit its lowest rate since 2014 during the coronavirus pandemic.
John Cohlan on new Margaritaville location in NYC
Willy Walker on pandemic’s impacts on commercial real estate.
WeWork co-founder and former Chief Executive Adam Neumann is in advanced talks to settle a high-profile legal fight with SoftBank Group Corp. by agreeing to a nearly $500 million cut in his payout from the shared-office-space company's new owner, a move that would help clear the way for WeWork's second attempt at a public listing.
Valentino SpA was sued on Friday for $207.1 million by the landlord of its former American flagship on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, which said the Italian fashion company had no right to break its lease and leave the store in disrepair.
Employees at The Boeing Company’s Renton, Wash., Commercial Airplanes headquarters have been told to clear out their belongings as the coronavirus pandemic has increased the viability of working remotely, according to a new report.
Simon Property Group Inc forecast a rise in its 2021 profit on Monday as the U.S. mall operator benefits from improving rent collection and a recovery in the retail industry, pushing its shares up 2% in extended trading.
Josh Flagg on real estate amid coronavirus
New York's commercial real estate sector has taken a massive hit during the coronavirus pandemic, but the Real Estate Board of New York is planning to put some of that empty space to good use by placing rapid testing sites in vacant buildings.
Craig Hatkoff on LEX
The site of one of two Pea Soup Andersen's restaurants is for sale, hitting the market at $4.7 million.
The U.S. 10-year Treasury yield rallied to a nearly 10-month high Tuesday as investors worried that stimulus measures to combat the economic slowdown caused by COVID-19 could unleash a wave of inflation down the road.
According to a news release by Epic Games, the facilities will include a mix of office buildings and recreational spaces, giving the company "flexibility to create a campus customized from the ground up to accommodate its long-term growth."