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Hudson Yards: A Dynamic New Neighborhood Rises on the West Side

(Part 2 of a multi-part series on New York City’s Hudson Yards) By Royce Pinkwater Last week we took a big picture look at Hudson Yards, the exciting new neighborhood being created by Related Companies in Midtown Manhattan’s far west...
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Hudson Yards: A Dynamic New Neighborhood Rises on the West Side

(Part 1 of a multi-part series on New York City’s Hudson Yards) By Royce Pinkwater It is NYC’s largest real estate development project in nearly a century, and the nation’s largest private development ever – a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly, transit-oriented mixed-use...
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The Union of Art & Real Estate in NYC, Miami, and LA

(Part 3 of an exclusive Pinkwater Report three-part series) In Miami and NYC, the integration of fine art with luxury property development is overt and out front for all to see. In Los Angeles, however, the connection is a bit...
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EB-5 and Real Estate Development

By Robert J. Blanco, Bernard P. Wolfsdorf, and Jor Law    |     A huge topic of discussion these days is the EB-5 program, which is being utilized by primarily chinese investors to place money in the US in...
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The Union of Art & Real Estate in NYC

(Part 2 of an exclusive Pinkwater Report three-part series)   As the art market has exploded, so has the property market. Both are now seen as alternate investment classes, not just lifestyle choices. As art has become bigger, and property...
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The Integration of Art & Real Estate in Miami

    [dropcaps round=”no”]A[/dropcaps]As we all know, the contemporary art market and the property market are both on fire. In both instances, we are dealing with the same buyer, looking for the same things: how does contemporary art impact architecture...
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Condo/Extended Stay Residences, A New Investment Category Trend

  By Royce Pinkwater Sooner or later, concepts are tweaked and become new again. An old idea – buying a pied a terre and renting it out while you’re away – has been shifted a bit and is now becoming...
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