By Linda O’Flanagan The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) is going mainstream with a new one-stop internet program that will let buyers see
Negotiations for a new, multi-year contract began last Thursday between the Realty Advisory Board (RAB), an industry association representing most building owners in New York
Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation has closed on the ground lease for 625 Madison Avenue in the Plaza District. The company paid the long-term family ownership $400
Brookfield Office Properties has paid $200 million to buy the headquarters of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) and integrate the building at One North
If it weren't for the glut of foreclosed properties, you'd need a fireman to put out the red hot recovery in New York's apartment market.
Doormen at some of the city’s top apartment buildings are getting the Savile Row treatment with tailor-made togs to rival anything the residents wear. According
Michael C. Radigan leads the new Western Façades team formed by Western Construction Group, a national building restoration and preservation company founded in 1915. The
Modern property managers are swapping their clip boards and coveralls for a place in the boardroom and, if the Institute of Real Estate Management has