Title Date
EXCLUSIVE: New York politicians work to ban Airbnb advertising, stamp out illegal hotels December 21, 2015
Construction group blasts Council proposal on apprenticeships December 21, 2015
Downtown Alliance Release New Report - Surging Ahead: Lower Manhattan's EconomicRevival and What It Means for New York November 23, 2015
Central Park Shadow Talk Is 'Overblown,' REBNY Report Says November 12, 2015
Union Labor Likely to Curtail 421-A Development in Less Affluent Areas, Study Finds November 11, 2015
NY1 Online: REBNY President Discusses Affordable Housing, Brooklyn Retail Sector October 14, 2015
WSJ - Real Estate Executive Brings a Down-to-Earth Approach October 5, 2015
Speed Up New York’s Landmarks Process September 18, 2015
NYC Experiencing Biggest Surge In Residential Construction In Decades September 11, 2015
Preservationists Fight Bill Setting Time Limit on Landmarks Decisions in New York September 2, 2015
Construction in New York City Goes Through The Roof July 30, 2015
New Mixed-Income Housing on the Lower East Side July 27, 2015
A Garden Will Grow With Fans, Concrete, Coolant and 28,000 Plants July 22, 2015
City to release ethics code for construction industry July 17, 2015
Apply For This Year's Residential Deal Of the Year Awards July 13, 2015
Citywide condo, co-op sales are strong. Check out this map featuring neighborhoods and sale prices July 9, 2015
Group would transform South Bronx waterfront July 8, 2015
Major commercial building coming to Brooklyn Navy Yard July 6, 2015
Real-Estate Developers Retain Clout in Albany June 26, 2015
REBNY backs landmark status for Stonewall Inn June 23, 2015
REBNY Turns off Lights to Promote Energy Conservation #Daylighthour June 19, 2015
Coming Into Its Own: The Rejuvenated Brookfield Place June 11, 2015
Brooklyn developers lobby for 421a in Albany June 9, 2015
New York Today: Gaming the Housing System June 9, 2015
A real plan to build housing: Mayor Bill de Blasio has proposed an overhaul of 421-a to encourage the creation of more affordable housing, but will it? June 8, 2015
New York is a victim of its own low crime and strong economy. May 31, 2015
A Big Step Toward a New Midtown Boom May 27, 2015
Real Estate Industry Joins 421a Air War May 26, 2015
Rent skyrockets in Manhattan retail zones May 18, 2015
City Council passes bill banning conversions of hotels into condos for two years May 15, 2015
Manhattan Apartment Rents Rise Modestly May 14, 2015
33 NYC-area homes you can buy for under $1M May 14, 2015
Council plan would limit changing hotels into apartments May 12, 2015
One big tower for Vanderbilt Ave., one small step for east Midtown May 8, 2015
SL Green Midtown Skyscraper Gets NYC Councilman’s Endorsement May 5, 2015
The Real NYC Housing Boom Isn't in Manhattan May 5, 2015
REBNY President Steven Spinola Receives Spirit of ABNY Award May 1, 2015
A federal law change will lift foreign investment in New York City real estate April 30, 2015
Program Aims to Reduce Energy Costs and Keep Rents Affordable in Bronx April 27, 2015
Let the new Frick flower April 27, 2015
Check Out Exclusive Co-Ops, Condos and Townhouses at Uptown Open House Expo April 27, 2015
REBNY, set, go: The Most Ingenious Deal of the Year nominees April 21, 2015
20 must-know residential developments hitting NYC this season April 17, 2015
Life sciences could be the next cool growth sector in New York City—if startups can find the lab space April 16, 2015
News Corp. and 21st Century Fox Consider Move to World Trade Center Site, Officials Say April 10, 2015
No, no, no, NoMad: Preservationists run amok with an overreaching historic-district expansion April 9, 2015
Observation deck at World Trade Center's Freedom Tower to open May 29 April 8, 2015
Brod Outlook: Carl Weisbrod on Revitalizing Midtown East and Making NYC Affordable April 8, 2015
In a Twist, Developer Envisions Offices—Not Apartments—for Williamsburg April 7, 2015
The mayor’s affordable housing optimism April 2, 2015
New York City Is Already At Its 2020 Population Forecast April 2, 2015
Worth Preserving? Battle in Midtown March 31, 2015
Deal Is Reached on New York State Budget; Ethics Measures Are Included March 30, 2015
New York City Population Closes In On 8.5 Million March 27, 2015
Extend the property-tax cap to NYC March 27, 2015
Steven Spinola on 421-A March 27, 2015
Some Pick at Math in Housing Strategy March 26, 2015
Building Permits for NYC Residential Units Topped 20,000 in 2014; Up 11 Percent From Last Year and 84 Percent from 2012 March 26, 2015
Explosion shreds East Village restaurant March 26, 2015
Councilman pushes for creation of city ‘tech hub’ March 24, 2015
Senate approves 2 percent cap on N.Y.C. tax increases March 20, 2015
5 steps to revive our industrial waterfront March 11, 2015
Vornado’s Roth Sees ‘Enormous’ Value in Urban Retail March 11, 2015
Developers unveil $1B Brooklyn hipster mega-project March 10, 2015
Experts urge de Blasio to expand his housing horizons March 9, 2015
With Newfound Modesty, Port Authority Returns to the World Trade Center March 5, 2015
The women of Forest City March 4, 2015
Hotel Market Staggers in New York City March 4, 2015
Cushman & Wakefield’s New Chapter March 2, 2015
De Blasio’s 421-a dilemma March 2, 2015
Hitting new heights: Midtown’s most coveted towers of power February 27, 2015
Ridgewood and Bushwick featured at first QNS Real Estate Conference February 27, 2015
Taking 1031s off the table would have an “atomic-bomb” effect: market players February 24, 2015
City: Allow for taller buildings, reduce parking requirements February 23, 2015
Rent-stabilized tenant evicted after cashing in on Airbnb February 20, 2015
New York's master builders: New megaprojects will remake swaths of the city from scratch February 19, 2015
De Blasio assembles panel to address city emissions February 13, 2015
A Tax Break That Is a Boon to Housing February 11, 2015
So They Say: Steven Spinola Talks Unethical Brokers, Taxes and Apartment Shortage February 10, 2015
New York City’s Tech Boom Continues February 9, 2015
Save the 421a Program February 4, 2015
In 2nd Year, Mayor de Blasio Will Focus on Making Housing Denser and More Affordable February 3, 2015
Tower on $100M UES Gristedes site may grow February 3, 2015
Park Avenue Is About to Get Something It Hasn’t Seen in 40 Years February 2, 2015
Three Women Lead Successful New Development Projects in New York City January 30, 2015
Stylish Plans for Sleepy, Industrial Red Hook January 29, 2015
Rooms to grow for borough hotels Occupancy rates are keeping up with room boom beyond Manhattan. January 28, 2015
TRIA Expiration Sparks SOS From Real Estate Community January 7, 2015
In Memoriam of Former Governor Mario Matthew Cuomo January 5, 2015