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Three U.S. agencies signed off on relaxed mortgage-lending rules, helping complete a long-stalled provision of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial law.
New York Life Insurance has agreed to commit up to $100 million for the first fund of Jaguar Growth Partners, a new private-equity firm established by former executives of Sam Zell’s Equity International.
After more than a year of uncertainty, a third tower at the World Trade Center site appears poised to rise thanks to an unlikely catalyst: a turnaround in the market for municipal bonds.
When APF Properties was seeking a partner to acquire an office building in Houston’s ritzy West Loop/Galleria area, it was turned down by 60 investor groups. A year later, it has proved to be one of the best investments in the 19-year history of the New York firm.
San Francisco’s ability to nurture homegrown technology companies and lure larger ones from Silicon Valley has been a modern-day gold rush for the city’s property owners. So far, though, the spoils haven’t reached the city’s neighbors across the bay.
Regional Hotel Brand Red Lion said it is launching a new brand aimed at young, design-conscious travelers.
After a false start that set back its plans at least two years, Hilton Worldwide Holdings is launching a boutique-hotel chain that aims for a wider audience and lower room rates than some direct competitors.
New York University has scored a court victory that could allow it to move forward with its plans to build about 2 million square feet of new facilities in Greenwich Village.
The state’s highest court weighed in Tuesday on a dispute over a plan by a bankruptcy trustee to sell the rent-stabilized apartment of an 80-year-old East Village woman to her landlord.
Mortgage rates this week fell to their lowest level since June 2013, mortgage-finance company Freddie Mac said Thursday, as the jitters being felt in the stock and bond markets ripple throughout the economy.
Renwick Street, one of a few, largely hidden one-block streets in Manhattan, is coming out from the shadows with a burst of new development construction.
As foreign investors and pension funds push up prices for top-quality, low-vacancy office buildings, Boston Properties, one of the nation’s largest owners of existing office space is shifting gears.
The weak Stamford, Conn., office leasing market is creating a headache for 400 Atlantic St., an office tower operated by Landis Group.
The developer of the One57 condominium project that soars 90 stories over Central Park is negotiating to buy property controlled by a Midtown church.
A Meatpacking District building that has been home to stables, a restaurant and more is being redeveloped as a Restoration Hardware store, according to people familiar with the deal.
The SEC approved rule changes for nontraded real-estate investment trusts and other alternative investments that will require more disclosure and more-frequent valuations from the trusts.
Shares of Chinese real-estate developer Agile Property fell to a five-year low after the company said Chinese prosecutors have its chairman in custody.
A roundup of commercial property news from across the tri-state region.
Peter Turchin followed his father into the real-estate brokerage business at CBRE Group, but his father, Martin, didn’t like the idea of him following too closely in his footsteps.
The country’s biggest pension fund plans to increase its $26 billion of commercial real-estate investments by 27%. The boost would leave Calpers with its largest property holdings since before the financial crisis.
Ping An Insurance, one of China’s biggest financial firms, is offering to lend money to home buyers for down payments, part of a trend that could help the housing market but has prompted worry about risks to the financial system.
Marketing shifts for the residential building at 15 William St. as the downtown area becomes more family friendly.
For its first physical store, Amazon has picked a bustling Manhattan block awash in the constant flow of office workers, shoppers and tourists headed to the Empire State Building across the street.
Chinese real-estate developer Agile Property Holdings said Chinese prosecutors have its chairman in custody, dealing another blow to the struggling firm.
Change is coming to Ludlow Street on the Lower East Side. New restaurants, hotels and retail stores are opening, replacing longtime bars and cafes that had been mainstays of the neighborhood.
Brandeis—the Waltham, Mass., university—has been using a 1896 New York City house as an alumni center, and now it is marketing it for $33 million.
Office projects are going up in London and elsewhere in Europe without the usual prerequisite of confirmed tenants, as investors embrace higher risk.
Highgate Hotels has sold a minority stake to private-equity firm Trilantic Capital Partners, setting the stage for further expansion by the hotel-management company.
A judge approved the sale of Atlantic City’s Revel Casino to Brookfield Capital Partners for $110 million, overruling the objection of Florida real-estate developer Glenn Straub, who said he didn’t get a fair chance.
Several potential buyers have expressed interest in acquiring New York REIT, a $1.75 billion real-estate investment trust, and more.
Homes in the U.K. capital have been among the hottest global assets in recent years, but signs continue to suggest the heat is escaping.
Long Island is seeing a boomlet in alternatives to the long-treasured single-family home, from rental buildings near transit hubs for young people to multistory condo developments often aimed at empty nesters.
Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. commercial-property lender, is pushing deeper into Europe amid worries about the strength of the U.K. market and as eurozone countries slide toward recession.