Original Real Estate Stories This Week on Observer.com

A slide show of Tribeca’s Marble House asking $24.5 M.

After renegotiation, financial analysts warm to Bruce Ratner’s Atlantic Yards

… But! State’s highest court agrees to hear eminent domain case against it.

St. Regis hires Darcy Stacom to market Fifth Avenue retail condos.

Why the refinancing of Douglas Durst’s One Bryant Park isn’t good news.

A new hotel at 100 Varick will use solar technology unprecedented for New York.

Manhattan Housing Market Coverage:
Key 2Q statistics.
Where the market’s headed and why.
Swearing off condos for co-ops.

The biggest New York City apartment deal in 11 months: $37.5 M. at Time Warner Center.

Gary Barnett’s busy Extell files plans for 35-story hotel at 68 Charlton Street.

Local Councilman Dominic Recchia backs Joe Sitt over Bloomberg in Coney Island

… And the Bloomberg administration buses in supporters of its plan to a City Council hearing.

Nic Cage puts his Museum Tower condo back on the market for $9.75 M.

Burned by recession, retailers crowd city’s temporary markets.

Cold Case! Rejiggered 285 C.P.W. apartment goes to $7.25 M.

And Madison Square Park to get an open-air market this October!


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Original Real Estate Stories This Week on Observer.com