Posts filed under: Real Estate

    While house-hunting in the Minneapolis area, the Miller family toured about 40 homes over the course of a year. One, however, stood out. It had five bedrooms and baths, a wine cellar, and an outdoor wood-burning fireplace. But...
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    Trinity Real Estate is rethinking its plans to ground lease four valuable Hudson Square buildings in a deal that was poised to net the church up to $1.5 billion. The massive real estate arm of Trinity Church informed...
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    Earlier this year, I blogged about the excitement in China generated by the news that its Dalian Wanda Group planned to invest $1.09 billion to build and operate a luxury hotel in London. At the time of their...
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    Government agencies have raised strong objections to a proposal that they claim seeks to pass “undue benefits” estimated to be Rs 700 crore to the developer of One Avighna Park — a twin 64-storey super luxury project coming...
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    The strong rebound in house flipping has reached a new extreme: penthouse flipping. In the latest sign of froth in the high-end home market, Manhattan penthouses are being offered for millions more than they sold for just a...
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  The city’s two dozen most exclusive office buildings are racking up higher rents. According to a new Hedge Fund Index compiled by a JLL team led by Cynthia Wasserberger, rents in half the buildings that attract financial and hedge...
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    The future of a tax break that has saved New York City developers billions of dollars has emerged as the thorniest issue in the state capital, twisting political alliances, alarming the city’s real-estate interests and serving as another...
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    HONG KONG—In showing an apartment of 180 square feet, a real-estate agent explained that all furniture essentially has to be made to order and described the window sill as a potential area for “entertainment.” The apartment, in a...
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    The most expensive property sold in London last year could have bought 131 “average” priced properties, a new report shows.  The top selling home was a property that went for $98m, according to an annual white paper put...
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    In today’s housing economy, values for U.S. condominiums are rising faster than values for single-family homes. According to the Case-Shiller Index, a national tracker of home values, March 2015 price growth showing a faster rise in values among condos than single-family homes...
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