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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Real Estate

A 92,000-square-foot mixed retail residential building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side has been sold by Brodsky Organization to a subsidiary of Israeli real estate investment firm Gazit-Globe for $73.3 million, according to information The Real Deal.

The condominium is located at 401 East 60th Street on the corner of First Avenue. There are two retail tenants, Starbucks and Bed, Bath & Beyond, that currently occupy the entire corner space. In addition to the retail space, the property, which was developed in 1999 by Brodsky, also has a garage and apartment building. 

The sale, which when broken down cost approximately $800 per square foot, was brokered by Darcy Stacom, Bill Shanahan, Ryan Spector and Carl Shorett of CBRE.


Linda one, and Harry zip, in the ongoing messy divorce of the billionaire Macklowe couple. Though they are still disputing the value of the luxurious 14,000-square-foot condo in the Plaza Hotel, one fact that is for sure, is that the posh pad will go to Harry’s soon-to-be-ex-wife Linda.

On Thursday, September 28, the couple battled in court, each side given extremely different appraisals of one of the grandest residences in the Big Apple. While Harry says the apartment, with panoramic views

The waterfront in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is about to get yet another high-rise building. 

On Wednesday, September 27, Halcyon Management filed plans with the Department of Buildings to construct a residential building in Greenpoint area of Brooklyn at 37 West Street. The building will be 90,734-square-feet spread across 14 floors. 87,434 square feet will be used for 92 residential apartments, which will be around 950-square-feet each, with high ceilings. The other 3,300 square feet will be

After many challenges, the Department of Buildings have given the go-ahead for the construction of what will be the tallest building on the Upper West Side, a 668-foot tall residential tower at 200 Amsterdam Avenue.

According to the Gothamist, “In July, the development's opponents officially filed a challenge, arguing that project's air rights were ‘gerrymandered’ from a neighboring lot in order to give developer SJP Properties the 10,000 square feet it needed to put up the entire tower. The

The building housing a drug rehabilitation center next door to the giant CBS campus on West 57th Street, has been purchased for $19 million by Extell Development, extending its extensive portfolio in the area. 

According to CSRE broker Christopher Snyder, two weeks ago, the firm headed by Gary Barnett, closed on a deal for 500 West 57th Street. The building is seven-stories and spans 27,000-square-feet, which is currently all leased to substance-abuse treatment center ACI. The clinic has been