The Closing: Steven Holl

The Closing: Steven Holl

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Famed architect and watercolorist Steven Holl founded his company as a two-person practice in Chelsea in 1977. The firm has since grown to 40 people across two offices, one around the corner from Hudson Yards and the other in Beijing. Steven Holl Architects has completed more than 60 projects in the U.S., China, Japan and other countries. Holl and his colleagues worked on the $41 million Hunters Point library, which opened in September — nearly

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NYC, LA and San Fran are priciest places to rent in US…by far

NYC, LA and San Fran are priciest places to rent in US…by far

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What’s the most expensive zip-code to rent an apartment in the U.S.? Manhattan. What’s the second most expensive zip-code to rent an apartment? Manhattan. What’s the third…you get the point. Manhattan had the top three spots for priciest zip-codes to rent in the U.S., according to a new report in RentCafe, and seven of the top 10. New York, L.A. and the Bay Area dominated RentCafe’s list — Boston is the only city outside of

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Investor and social media star Grant Cardone on why he’s buying real estate in SoFla — and not in NY or California

Investor and social media star Grant Cardone on why he’s buying real estate in SoFla — and not in NY or California

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At Marlins Park on Super Bowl weekend in February, thousands of aspiring entrepreneurs watch as a black Rolls-Royce SUV with tinted windows roars onto the stage amid a cloud of smoke. Over the loudspeakers, the song “Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang” plays as Snoop Dogg steps out of the driver’s seat. But his passenger is the real star of the day. Donning dark sunglasses along with a black sweatshirt with the words “10X” in gold

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FiDi landlord violated rent stabilization regs for years: lawsuit

FiDi landlord violated rent stabilization regs for years: lawsuit

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This page was last updated Oct. 7 at 8 a.m. Two tenants at a building in the Financial District are suing their landlord over alleged violations of New York’s rent stabilization laws. Bruce Hackney and Timothy Smith, who live at 10 Hanover Square, are suing their landlord UDR Inc., saying it violated the 421-g tax benefits program, which provides tax breaks for landlords but also requires — according to a recent court ruling — that

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How the rent control debate is heating up

How the rent control debate is heating up

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Rent control is having a moment. Debates about rent caps and other reforms are springing up across the country.  Stories of rent control — though perhaps more fable than fact — date as far back as 150 B.C. In modern times, rent caps have been on the decline in the U.S., largely falling out of fashion after the 1980s. But lately, the policy has gained traction and is now the subject of at least one presidential campaign. 

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Lower Manhattan is tale of two markets: Rental demand is up as sales slow

Lower Manhattan is tale of two markets: Rental demand is up as sales slow

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Lower Manhattan’s rental market remained strong in the third quarter, with prices in the Financial District and Battery Park City both climbing. That stood in contrast to the stagnating sales market, according to a Platinum Properties third quarter market report that detailed both neighborhoods. That trend has dominated this year. In July, Platinum managing partner Teresa Stephenson said strong rental markets and sluggish sales markets in both neighborhoods indicate potential buyers “are just waiting” for

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