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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, June 24, 2017

Real Estate

According to recent documents in federal bankruptcy court, the owner of a sleazy apartment building in Midtown that has faced many lawsuits for years, has agreed to bring the property up to code and pay $375,000 to settle millions of dollars' worth of outstanding violations.

One of the multiple owners of 44o W. 41st Street is Ben Zion Suky, who for years has been renting apartments in the building for terms less than 30 days which is in direct violation of city code, according to City Hall. A lawsuit was filed in 2015 by the Mayor's Office of Special Enforcement to collect damages and close down the illegal hotel. However, before the suit could be resolved Suky sold the 96-unit building to a company controlled by David Goldwasser. Once

The Kushner family’s company stands to receive more than $400 million from Anbang, a Chinese company that is investing in the Kushner’s office tower at 666 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. As reported by Bloomberg News, the proposed $4 billion transaction contains terms that some real estate experts have described as unusually favorable towards the family of President Trump’s son-in-law. It provides the Kushner family with the impressive cash payout from Anbang Insurance Group, as well as forgiveness

In 2007 Warren Spector, former Co-President of Bear Stearns, bought a 16,560 square foot townhouse, which also included an extra 5,000 square feet of space outdoors, on West 10th Street. The house is reportedly 55 feet wide and six stories tall.  It cost him $34.5 million a decade ago. Now, that same house is back on the market with an asking price of $59 million, after some improvements.

Mr. Spector bought the house with his wife Margaret Whitton, an actress who passed away at the end of

In 2015, Chetrit Partners and Somerset had announced plans to undergo a development project in the South Bronx between 2401 Third Avenue and 101 Lincoln Avenue. The mixed residential and commercial complex will contain 1,300 units on the Mott Haven waterfront. 

There will be seven buildings in total, each of which will be 25 stories tall. There has been a one year lag in the development of the area due to the Developers decision to change the plan to include only two towers that would cost

Brooklyn’s neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant is about to receive its most expensive complex. According to The Real Deal’s sources, the developers of the seven-building Cascade condominium complex have dropped its plans for religious housing and will instead install luxury apartments. 

A group of investors from the Hasidic Satmar community in Williamsburg are the developers, who are planning to put the majority of the 301 apartments in the building constructed on the property that formerly