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  • Carlyle Group Fund Bets on Long Island City

    A fund managed by the Carlyle Group agreed to pay $284 million for a luxury rental tower in Long Island City, Queens, marking a milestone for the neighborhood.

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  • Commercial Real Estate News | Wall Street Journal
  • Commercial Real Estate News | Wall Street Journal
  • Kushner Family Closes Deal to Unload 666 Fifth Avenue

    In a larger-than-expected deal, Kushner Cos. will lease the building to Brookfield Asset Management for 99 years. The 2007 investment, worth $1.8 billion at the time, became controversial when Jared Kushner joined the Trump White House.

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  • New Jersey Warehouse Rents Hit Fresh High

    Asking rents in New Jersey’s hot warehouse market hit a high in the second quarter as e-commerce businesses expand and industrial tenants devour new space even before it hits the market.

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  • Commercial Real Estate News | Wall Street Journal
  • City Helps Manhattan’s Garment District Hang on by a Thread

    New York City officials have hammered out a plan to end a decades-old zoning regulation that protects manufacturing space in Manhattan’s historic Garment District and replace it with other programs designed to keep some of the industry in Midtown.

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  • A Queens Firehouse Goes From ‘White Elephant’ to Cash Cow

    A Long Island City listing shows how some people, through luck, vision or inertia, stand to become winners in New York’s real estate marketplace as the fortunes of the city—beyond Manhattan—have soared in recent years.

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