Rent-Stabilized Apartments Could See Another Price Hike From Harlem To Hollis

Tenants of New York City’s rent-stabilized apartments could see their rents rise this fall under a proposal the Rent Guidelines Board adopted Tuesday reports Patch. Continue Reading →

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Real Estate Firm Sells 21 Harlem Buildings To NYC Housing Partnership And Others

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Twenty-one Harlem properties located on a three-block span are changing hands for more than $70 million, according to Patch. Continue Reading →

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Irving Langer’s E&M Associates Sells Harlem Portfolio To Sugar Hill Capital For Millions

Irving Langer’s E&M Associates, one of the largest multifamily owners in the city, is selling another large portfolio of Harlem apartment buildings. Continue Reading →

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BRP Scraps Affordable Rentals At Harlem Project, Will Sell Condos Instead

UPDATED: Mar. 6, 9:37 a.m.: For-profit affordable housing developer BRP Companies plans to sell condominiums instead of rent below-market apartments at its Harlem development called “the Rennie,” according to an offering plan filed with the New York Attorney General’s office. Continue Reading →

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RWN Buys Harlem Bankruptcy Site At Auction

Ari Shalam’s RWN Real Estate Partners emerged as the top bidder in a bankruptcy auction to buy Hans Futterman’s distressed development site in Harlem. Continue Reading →

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Trion Selling Washington Heights And Harlem Portfolio

Trion Real Estate Management is looking to sell a five-building portfolio in located in Washington Heights and Harlem, according to a Manhattan real estate publication. Continue Reading →

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St. Luke’s Hospital Buildings To Become Apartments

401-west-113th-street-in harlemLast month, Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital (formerly just St. Luke’s) sold off five large, turn-of-the-century buildings in Morningside Heights to Delshah Capital for $111.5 million. Now, the firm has filed plans to convert the elaborate old structures to apartments. Continue Reading →

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