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Savills Studley and Deloitte have a team in New York marketing 30 St. Mary Axe., a London office tower known as the Gherkin for its pickle-like shape and expected to fetch around $1.1 billion.
A roundup of commercial property transactions from across the tri-state region.
The FTC's antitrust review of the merger between real-estate portals Zillow and Trulia will hinge on whether the agency considers the market for all home-listing advertisements, or just those that run online.
Lehman Brothers Holdings continues to sell prime California land left over from its ill-fated partnership with SunCal during the boom years.
Faena District, the massive $1 billion hotel, retail and condo project under way in Miami Beach, has hired two top New York hotel executives as the luxury development gets ready to launch into an increasingly competitive hospitality market.
New York real-estate investor Joseph Chetrit has agreed to pay more than $190 million to acquire the Hotel Carter, a 600-room former flophouse in Manhattan's Times Square, according to people familiar with the matter.
Some Chinese property developers are increasingly raising funds through perpetual securities, a method that has raised eyebrows among analysts who say it makes their debt loads look lighter than they are.
As Greece attempts to climb out of its six-year recession, the real-estate market is looking to the poster boy of the country's privatization process: Athens's long-disused airport, Hellinikon.
Tourism to Greece is on the upswing, and investors are taking a shine to the luxury sector.
Buyers are returning to the property market in Greece amid signs that Europe's hardest-hit economy is starting to recover.
The developers are following their larger brethren, betting that the recovering American housing sector will help them expand as China struggles with its cooling market.
California commercial-property brokers are coming under the magnifying glass in California.
Real-estate investors from Asia and the Middle East are lining up to bid for two of the most recognizable office buildings in London's skyline, adding heft to the U.K. capital's property boom.
State securities regulators are pushing for restrictions on nontraded real-estate investment trusts, saying added protections are needed for small investors who may not fully understand the risks.
The number of homeowners who are underwater on their mortgages continued to decline in the second quarter, but the remaining pain is being felt disproportionately by owners of low-price homes.
A new hotel brand thinks it can win a devoted following by offering guests a chance to relive the college experience.
The battle over the stalled Chicago Spire project, one of the most high-profile real-estate developments clobbered by the downturn, has taken another step toward being resolved.
A U.S. real-estate investor could become one of the largest hotel owners in Brazil if the firm succeeds in a tender offer that values Brazil Hospitality Group at $1 billion.
Since an acrimonious split, Sam Zell and his former partner Gary Garrabrant have kept their distance. Now they are preparing to square off on turf they once conquered together: emerging-markets real estate.
Construction projects in cities across the country that stalled during the economic downturn now are getting the green light, an indication that the real-estate recovery is spreading beyond a handful of urban areas.
MediaNews Group is putting its real estate on the block; Investors are pouring money into health-care properties; Swedish construction giant Skanska invests in more public-infrastructure projects.
The long-hidden, glass-and-iron atrium of a landmark 1880s building at 5 Beekman St. in lower Manhattan is being restored, as the office building and an adjacent lot are transformed into a hotel and condominium tower.
A record surge in fundraising for real-estate investment trust IPOs is providing a boost to the Continent's recovering commercial-property market.
Fifteen years after shutting its doors to professional sports, Houston's cavernous Astrodome is proving surprisingly resilient in a city where the desire for development typically outweighs nostalgia and preservation.