Original Real Estate Stories This Week on Observer.com

The priciest Hamptons rentals.

Glenwood’s Gary Jacob on Manhattan’s luxury apartment market.

Your Open House: Non-hipsters condo hunt in Williamsburg.

City wants a less ugly BQE for Carroll Gardens.

Landmarks Commisson moves to designate big swath of Lexington Ave.

Another big co-op turndown: 895 Park, $14 million rejected.

Kathy Sloane, broker to the Clintons, settles state tax issues.


Mayor Bloomberg in the lead on World Trade. Do the governors care?

Meanwhile, mayor joins Sheldon Silver in WTC offensive against Port Authority.

Makeover time for the Helmsley Hotel. Leona leaves!

Speaking of hotels, a big new one slated for Ninth and 42nd.

SouthBeachDiet.com parent wants fat new office space.

Chris Ward names the projects sacrified for World Trade Center financing.

Think Coffee pours its third Manhattan spot.

Unreal Estate: The floor plan for the Carhart Mansion duplex.


No takers for commercial savior TALF as first deadline passes.

City’s biggest condo conversion, Manhattan House, throws a party.

The return of Lehman’s real estate investment head Mark Walsh.

Bloomberg’s Coney Island plan heads to City Council, questions attached.

Manhattan’s share of private-sector jobs sinks.

Carnegie Hall Studio Towers tenants want to keep venue’s skylights.

Retail brokers incredibly candid in their gloomy economic assessments.

Commercial rent regulation? Christine Quinn talks about it.

Sixteen things about a new Trump Tower listing.

Cold Case: Why an East 64th townhouse lingers on the market (hint: $35 M.).

And—wowza!—$37 a square foot for prime midtown office space.

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Original Real Estate Stories This Week on Observer.com