Real Estate Stories in The Observer’s Print Edition

Dick Cavett's place; biggest commercial deals; office tower pricing upended; Topshop hunts; Atlantic Yards

Dick Cavett talks about his new $4.2 million Central Park West co-op.

William F. and Pat Buckley’s 778 Park maisonette could fetch $18 million. All up to son Christopher Buckley.

An East Side townhouse asks $20.2 million.

New York’s biggest commercial real estate deals of early 2009: bland, small, inoffensive.

David Arena of Grubb & Ellis on reasons for optimisim in the Manhattan office market.

Why big public-private projects like Atlantic Yards and the World Trade Center always seem to stall.

AIG’s downtown towers could fetch a mere $100 a square foot when sold: commercial real estate goes back to the future!

Topshop scouting for more Manhattan locations.

New restaurant applications in the city jump.


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Real Estate Stories in The Observer’s Print Edition