Brooklyn-based Coldwell Banker Reliable has opened an office in Harlem and hopes to grow it to 50 agents
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 4
A new report by Bloomberg outlines how the financier acquired the home in which he has been accused of sex trafficking minors
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 9
As housing costs price more people out of the market, some regions want to allow more multifamily development
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 18
The NYC mega-development will also include a next-level data stack, an app for residents and its own power plant
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 19
LE2, or LifeEdited2, is the second such apartment renovation by Graham Hill, who champions small spaces and green living
by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 14
It's the first program of its kind to cover current inventory and sales metrics across Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens
by Gill South | Apr 25
Company founder and CEO Andrew Heiberger says it is 'simply impossible' to profit from those lines of business given the current marketplace
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 20
But keep your Soho loft dreams in check for now
Former Trump campaign manager said to have rented it out on Airbnb for $1000s a week, now subject to forfeiture
by Carl Franzen | Oct 30
Ian Katz specializes in navigating the complex Big Apple, while serving a niche for buyers in his market who shy away from dual agency
by Gill South | Mar 14
Stepping in early to help your adult children with a first home can give them key life lessons and tax advantages, says Leonard Steinberg
by Gill South | Mar 1
Average condo price exceededs $3 million for the first time in Q3
by Britt Chester | Oct 12
Rates fell compared to last quarter, but first-time foreclosures are up 24 percent annually
by Jennifer Riner | Oct 11
It's hard to find privacy in Manhattan, but your own deck is a start
by Inman | Oct 5
StreetEasy predicts Downtown Manhattan rental prices to see the most growth in 2017
by Britt Chester | Oct 5