David M. Levitt
Big New York City Landlords Vow to Cut Energy Use 20% by 2030
Midtown Manhattan's IBM Building Is for Sale
A Bad Sign for Owners of Brooklyn’s Famed Watchtower Building
Newark approved a part of $7 billion package the state is dangling in front of Amazon to capture its second headquarters.
Wall Street Comes to Hell's Kitchen With Ackman's Office Project
Vornado Sees NYC Retail Distress—for Other Landlords
Cravath Law Firm Is Shopping for Potential New Headquarters
NYC's Retail Rents Keep Sliding as Fifth Avenue Takes a Beating
The Manhattan Co-Working Craze Is Ready to Hit a Wall, Brokerage Predicts
NYC Music Club City Winery Must Move to Make Way for Disney
Disney envisages long-term New York operations with purchase of $650 million campus in Upper-West side of Manhattan.
Prudential, CBRE Join Tech Startup MetaProp's $40 Million Fund
Kushner Cos. May Have to Cut Stake in NYC Office Tower Below 50%
Wall Street Is Awash in Sublease Space, a Bad Sign for Landlords
Brookfield’s West Side Story May Be the Model for 666 Fifth Ave.
What’s Wrong With Wall Street? Businesses Want ‘Sense of Place’
A $1 Billion Real Estate Boon Near Newark’s Broad Street Station
WeWork Cos. named Bjarke Ingels, founding partner of Bjarke Ingels Group, chief architect of the co-working leader.
`Cryptolandia’ Blockchain Pioneers Take Root in Hipster Brooklyn
Pfizer to Move Its Global Headquarters to Hudson Yards Tower
Related Is Said to Weigh an Activist Takeover of Ladder Capital