- Yahoo Finance via Yahoo! NewsApr 21 07:18 AM
Manhattan luxury real estate may have hit record numbers in the first quarter of 2016 but other housing markets favored by America’s richest 1% are having a shaky start to the year, according to newly-released data compiled by appraisers Miller Samuel and brokerage firm Douglas Elliman.
- BloombergApr 06 09:27 PM
Manhattan apartment rents fell in March, the first annual decline in two years, in a sign housing costs have approached the limits of what tenants are willing to pay.
- CNN MoneyApr 11 09:28 PM
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- BloombergApr 27 12:48 PM
A cool-down in Manhattan’s apartment-rental market is hitting the bottom line of Equity Residential as the landlord is forced to offer concessions to tenants who suddenly have a lot of competition to choose from.
- The Wall Street JournalApr 07 07:34 AM
With demand softening in the face of high asking rents, Manhattan landlords are looking to close the deal by offering concessions to more and more renters, brokers say.
- CNN MoneyApr 08 01:46 PM
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- BloombergApr 19 12:09 PM
Hines, the developer behind the ultra-luxury condo tower rising by New York’s Museum of Modern Art, has a new project coming to midtown Manhattan: a senior-living community.
- Curbed New YorkApr 14 06:14 AM
Super luxury sales in 432 Park Avenue helped push the average Manhattan sale price to new records. AP Photo/Seth Wenig A not-so-funny thing happened while developers scratched an itch to build mansions in the sky for the billionaire set during the latest real estate boom in Manhattan: The cost of land and construction ballooned.
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