Mark your calendars: These are NYC’s top real estate events next week

Mark your calendars: These are NYC’s top real estate events next week

Source: TheRealDeal.com

Next week brings these two real estate events. Host: NAIOP New York City Date: Feb. 26 Time: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. NAIOP New York City is holding its 2020 Economic Outlook Program at Emerge212, 1185 Sixth Avenue. Come to this event for a discussion on market trends, investment strategies and emerging industries. Peter Linneman of Linneman Associates will be the sole guest speaker. Host: GreenPearl Date: Feb. 27 Time: noon to 5 p.m. GreenPearl

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L.I. brokers subpoenaed to testify in housing discrimination probe

L.I. brokers subpoenaed to testify in housing discrimination probe

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State lawmakers are now subpoenaing Long Island brokers to testify over allegations of widespread bias in the real estate industry after 67 of 68 industry representatives failed to show up to a December hearing. The state Senate’s unusual move — so far it has issued 25 subpoenas — is related to an investigation into bias in the industry, which came to light as a result of a three-year investigation by Newsday. The paper first reported

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Post-WeWork debacle, SoftBank will map out strategy to investors

Post-WeWork debacle, SoftBank will map out strategy to investors

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SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son will map out the company’s strategy at a New York investor meeting for the first time since WeWork’s implosion led to another huge investment in the co-working firm. Elliott Management Corp., among others, will be waiting. The activist investor called for a buyback of as much as $20 billion of the Japanese technology conglomerate’s shares, Bloomberg reported. But Son said there was “no rush,” and that he would like to sell

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Developer Gary Tsan buys Flushing property for $60M

Developer Gary Tsan buys Flushing property for $60M

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Local developer Gary Tsan has purchased one of Downtown Flushing’s last remaining large land parcels for $60 million, according to sources familiar with the deal. The roughly one-acre lot is based at 133-25 37th Avenue and allows for about 205,000 buildable square feet as of right. The land is likely best suited for a mixed-use development with retail, hotel and residential space, sources said. The site is currently home to a two-story industrial building, according

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Brookfield’s Ric Clark steps back from day-to-day role

Brookfield’s Ric Clark steps back from day-to-day role

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Ric Clark is stepping back from his day-to-day duties at Brookfield. Clark will serve as a senior adviser and remain chairman of Brookfield Property Group, Brookfield Property Partners and Brookfield Property REIT, Commercial Observer reported. Ben Brown, who currently oversees the Toronto-based firm’s New York City and Boston portfolio, will take over as head of Brookfield’s Northeast region. In a memo to Brookfield staffers obtained by CO, Clark expressed emotion at pulling back from the

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In Tribeca, an alley fight for the ages

In Tribeca, an alley fight for the ages

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Neighbors, landlords and a developer on a Tribeca block have for four years been at war with each other over who can park in a private alleyway called Franklin Place. And more than once, city agencies appear to have taken a side in their protracted legal battle. Five buildings — 365 Broadway, 371 Broadway, 373-75 Broadway, 377 Broadway and 70 Franklin Place — each own part of the alley. Cross-easements have for decades allowed the

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