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1. does housework to receive an abdomen law
Law of 2. thick salt reducing weight
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上海贵族宝贝 “Full House” house hits the market asking $4.1M But it has a lot more to offer than TV fame
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The 1883 Charles Lewis Hinkel-designed home in San Francisco that was featured in the long-running sitcom, “Full Hous上海夜网论坛 e,” has officially hit the market.
But even if you are not a fan of Uncle Joey’s antics, t上海夜网 his Victorian has a lot to offer. The three-story townhouse, located at 1709 Broderick, includes three bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and 3,125 square feet of living space. It’s also perfect for book lovers with bui上海千花网论坛 lt-in shelving galore, according to Curbed.
The house also comes with all those wonderful 19th-centruy details, like high ceilings, crown molding, an eat-in island kitchen and three marble-faced fireplaces. It was decorated by Courtnay Haden Daniels.
By the way, if you want to see what Netflix’s “Fuller House” would look like in real life San Francisco (instead of the TV version of the city), check this out. check this out. [Curbed] –Christopher Cameron
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From Luxury Listings 上海千花网论坛 NYC: Last night, LLNYC clinked glasses with real estate movers and shakers to toast a new development Downtown, 100 Barclay in Tribeca.
LLNYC joined Ben Shaoul, the president of Magnum Real Estate Group, along with CIM Group and Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group, to sip tequila cocktails and snack on canapés at Shaoul’s newe新上海贵族宝贝论坛 st development.
The Art Deco-style, Ralph Walker-designed building was known as the Verizon Tower prior to its conversion into a condo上海千花网交友 building. While the windy weather wasn’t ideal for viewing the newly finished terrace, the atmosphere in 25B, the building’s model unit, was festive and上海同城对对碰交友社区 bustling.
In keeping with the building’s stylish roots, there were Art Deco touches throughout the home, from the wallpaper to the door handles. The developers “tried to give a little homage to the historical significance of the building,” said Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group’s Larry Kruysman, who is part of the team handling sales.
The interior was staged by Taylor Spellman, and included bold accent colors, modern art and gilded fittings. Spellman explained that for this building, her style was a little more aggressive. “I think that makes all the difference to a Tribeca crowd,” she said.
For many of the brokers in attendance, the building’s location was a big selling point. It is surrounded by a trio of new developments: 56 Leonard, 111 Murray and 50 West. As were its (comparatively) reasonable price tag上海贵族宝贝 s: One bedrooms, for example, start at $1.9 million, and four bedrooms at $5.8 million.
All photos by Alistair Gardiner for LLNYC
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NYU enrolls at 180 Madison Ave. University signs up to take nearly 100K sf at Midtown South building
From left: 180 Madison Avenue and New York University s Greenwich Village campus
New York University chalked up a block of nearly 100,000 square feet of office space in Midto爱上海同城论坛 wn South, where the school plans to open a new research facility.
NYU signed a lease for 58,000 square feet at the former garment hub-turned-TAMI building at 180 Madison Avenue, and has committed to taking another 41,000 square feet as leases expire and more space becomes available, sources told The Real Deal.
The school plans to open a research center across a handful of floors near the base of the build爱上海龙凤419桑拿 ing later this year, and as leases expire it will expand into a contiguous block of roughly 100,000 square feet. NYU signed a long-term deal on the space, with an asking rent of $59 per square foot.
The 23-story building, which sits at the corner of East 34th Street, was formerly known as the Lingerie Building due to the large number of intimate apparel companies that used to call it home. Most of the city’s Large Lingerie Firms Were Located On Madison Avenue between East 32nd and 34th streets, but as the garment industry declined landlords in the area have been repositioning their properties to meet the demand for office space from growing industries.
In 2008, Prudential Real Estate Investors (known today as PGIM Real Estate) teamed up with the now-defunct Clarett Group to buy the 281,000-square-foot property for $146.2 million and in 2015 completed 阿爱上海同城 a renovation designed to attract technology, advertising, media and information tenants.
Prudential refinanced the property in 2015 with a $110 million loan syndicated by JPMorgan Chase and the German bank Helaba.
In Greenwich Village, the school is moving ahead with its 2 million-square-foot expansion across two blocks north of West Hous爱上海同城对对碰 ton Street between LaGuardia Place and Mercer Street. In December, NYU unveiled plans for a $1 billion, 735,000-square-foot academic building at 181 Mercer Street, which is set to open in 2021.
CBRE’s Evan Haskell, Caroline Merck, Alexander Golod and Glenn Issaacson (who has since left for Cushman Wa上海贵族宝贝 kefield) are handling leasing 180 Madison and represented the owners in the lease with the university. NYU’s longtime brokers, Bruce Mosler and Mark Mandell at Cushman, represented the tenant. The CBRE brokers declined to comment and those at Cushman couldn’t be reached.
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Payd上海夜网论坛 irt: Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go. The industry news you need to start your week, and what’s ahead
Steve Croman and Spencer Rascoff
Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200.
It’s one of the most famous cards in Monopoly. But in New York real estate, it’s almost never drawn. Most days, in fact, it seems like landlords carry a “Get out of jail free” card: No matter how egregious their offenses against tenants, bad actors get away almost every time – without serving time.
Consider Joel and Aaron Israel. The brothers were indicted in 2015 on charges of unlawful eviction and tenant harassment, including hiring people to intimidate rent-stabilized tenants with pit bulls and sledgehammers. In November, they reached a plea deal that will see them pay about $350,000 to tenants and received five years probation. Cost of doing business. One rare case that ended with jail time involved Leonard Spodek, the recently-deceased “Dracula” of landlords who served 45 days back in 1986 for failing to Make Court-ordered repairs.
But throw in mortgage fraud and the stakes change. You’re no longer messing with no-name tenants, but with banks, and the law takes that much more seriously.
Steve Croman, who according to charges leveled by the New York AG’s office applied the craft of tenant harassment on a near-industrial scale, is nearing a plea deal that would see him serve eight months of jail time, the New York Post reports. The landlord, who owns more than 140 buildings and about 2,500 units in Manhattan, allegedly secured $45 million in loans by inflating rental income in mortgage documents. If convicted on all charges, 阿爱上海同城 Croman faces up to 25 years in prison, and the AG is seeking to appoint a receiver for each of Croman’s companies and revoke his brokerage license.
He was also accused in a civil suit brought by the AG of being the ringmaster of an operation that harassed and tricked tenants into giving up their rent-stabilized pads.
The plea deal, according to the Post, would also see Croman pay a fine of up to $10 million. “Croman is said to be thrilled he will get off so lightly,” the newspaper reported. Ten million is real money, but consider that, according to a recent analysis by The Real Deal, Croman took in at least $63 million from his properties in 2014. The man’s holdings may mostly be unglamorous, but he lives the lifestyle of the flashiest of developers, complete with Playboy Mansion-themed parties in the Hamptons. He’s next due in court May 23.
Price of the brick going up: TRD’s E.B. Solomont and Kathy Clarke took a peek inside Premier Agent, StreetEasy’s pay-to-play lead generation feature that in just two months has rattled the big boys. Early indications are that a good chunk of brokers are giving it a shot, including agents from firms whose CEOs made a big fuss about it.
StreetEasy’s parent Zillow, well-versed in gamification, has created a leaderboard on which brokers can constantly track where they stand. 上海贵族宝贝论坛[……]
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For the first time in its 90-year history, Rose Associates has a chief executive officer.
Amy Rose, who previously served as co-president alongside her cousin Adam, is the company’s new CEO, the New York Post reported. Adam, who’s worked for the company since 1983, is stepping back from his operational role and becoming vice chairman.
“I loved doing 70 Pine, but it took five years,” he told the Post. “And 252 East 57th Street also took five years. They’re both coming out great, but I don’t want to take five years any more to do anything.”
He said in that same timeframe, “Amy cranked out five gorgeous上海千花社区 new buildings. It’s time for her to be CEO and president.”
In her new role, Amy will focus on finding a permanent equity partner on the company爱上海 ’s projects (instead of seeking out a different partner for each project). This will also mean the company will use less of its own money.
“HFF Securities is helping us look for a capital source of programmatic equity for us to continue on an aggressive path o爱上海同城对对碰 f development and acquisition,” she told the Post. “We hope to raise $300 million.”
She is also seeking out development projects in transit- focused areas, including New Jersey and Yonkers, she said.
Amy Rose joined the family business in 1989. The company has $2.4 billion worth of projects in development and manages $15 billion in assets.[NYP] — Kathryn Brenzel
The David Adjaye-designed 130 William takes ‘out of context’ to the next level, but it’s not entirely unwelcome
There are architects, there are starchitects and then there is David Adjaye, for whom the term “rock starchitect” may need to be invoked.
The telegenic Bjarke Ingels may be his only rival for the title.
A native of Ghana who moved to England when he was 9, Adjaye was recently knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. He was also named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential people of 2017.
And that fairy dust is certainly not being lost on the marketing of 130 William — a 66-story, 244-unit condo tower being developed by David Lichtenstein’s and Mitchell Hochberg’s Lightstone in Lower Manhattan.
With its massive arched windows, the building — which is under construction and is expected to wrap at 800 feet in 2020 — will look something like an alien spaceship coupled with Rome’s famed Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana. That’s especially true given that it’s located in the Financial District, where it will stand near a number of postwar, rationalist high rises.
Adjaye, for his part, has characterized his design as a departure from today’s typical new development and as an embracing of the past.
“Understanding that rich history [of the Financial District], I was inspired to craft a building that turns away from the commercial feel of glass and that instead celebrates New York’s heritage of masonry architecture,” he was quoted saying in a news release announcing the project. But other than the fact that the windows curve at the top in the same manner as some of the other prewar structures阿拉爱上海同城 in the area, it’s hard to see the connection between 130 William and Lower Manhattan’s “rich history.”
In the United States, Adjaye — who acted as the design architect and worked with Hill West Architects on the project — is perhaps best known for designing the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opened in 2016 on Washington’s National Mall.
While his latest project at 130 William, which sits between Fulton and John streets, is his first New York condo, it’s not his first Manhattan commission.
In general, he can be safely classified as a Deconstructivist architect.
He shares with other proponents of that style a quest for boldness and originality as the highest aim of his art, a goal which — almost by definition — seeks to decouple its buildings from their surrounding context. In Adjaye’s case, however, this Deconstructivist tendency is expressed less in frivolous asymmetries than in the bold volumes that are usually manifested in sharply rectilinear forms.
An evocative example is Adjaye’s Sugar Hill housing development at 155th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue.
Formed of neo-Brutalist raw concrete, this earlier project consists of two equal and massive blocks, with the upper level resting on the lower in a manner that creates a setback to the south and a cantilever to the north. In no way does the Sugar Hill building[……]
Banks have joined in the slew of lawsuits against embattled developer Michael D’Alessio, asking the court to liquidate his business. Westchester Bank, Greater Hud上海千花网 son Bank and BNB Bank say he owes them $6.3 million. It’s the latest turn in an ongoing legal saga for the White Plains developer who’s accu上海龙凤论坛sh1f sed of taking investor funds上海夜网论坛 for personal use while lying about progress of his de阿拉爱上海同城 velopments. [WBJ]
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With turmoil brewing in commercial real estate, brokers are jumping ship at rapid rates — and realigning the industry in the process
(Illustration by Brian Stauffer)
July marked the start of free agency in the National Basketball Association, when some of the biggest names in the league test the market to see how much of a payday they can get by switching teams.
For New York’s commercial real estate brokers, though, free agency happens year-round. And as the market has stumbled along and major firms have faced internal turmoil, 2018 has shaped up to be a year like no other for broker moves.
“In my 18 years in the business, I’ve never seen so many people switching,” said James Famularo, who was one of the first brokers from the now-defunct Eastern Consolidated to find a new home when he and his team signed on with Meridian Capital Group in late June.
Although there’s always some level of broker musical chairs, the sheer pace at which some of the industry’s top producers are moving this year is rapidly realigning the landscape in the commercial leasing, investment sales and retail sectors.
In the first half of the year alone, James Nelson defected from Cushman Wakefield and headed to Avison Young, and top Eastdil Secured hotel broker Larry Wolfe jumped to Newmark Knight Frank.
Meanwhile, David Fowler left HFF to join the powerhouse investment-sales team at CBRE headed by Darcy Stacom and Bill Shanahan. And Gene Spiegelman, a top Cushman retail broker, departed for Ripco Real Estate.
And the list goes on: In April, Tishman Speyer hired away 30-year Cushman veteran Gus Field, and longtime RKF brokers Beth Rosen and Spencer Levy left for Ripco and CBRE, respectively. For its part, Avison brought on EVO Real Estate Group’s Todd Korren, and Besen A上海夜网 ssociates snagged Aldo Advisor’s Alan Miller.
Then, of course, there’s Paul Massey and Bob Knakal. They sold their namesake brokerage to Cushman for $100 million in 2014, but they have since left the global brokerage, which has faced internal turmoil amid the lead-up to its much-hyped initial public offering.
Massey fled Cushman in April and is launching his own shop, B6 Real Estate Advisors, while Knakal is still a free agent. Several sources said Knakal is actively talking to JLL, Colliers International and other brokerages and is also considering either teaming up with Massey again or starting his own business. In addition, Cushman’s remaining Massey Knakal alumni are all known flight risks.
For top brokers, switching allegiances is often a chance to improve their compensation situation — with more favorable commission splits, stock options or added resources to boost their business. That’s not to mention signing bonuses.
But unlike the poaching arms race that’s defined the residential world lately, sources said the current climate in the commercial world is tamer.
They say it’s marked less by firms aggressively and secretly trying to lure agents away with more generous commission splits and compensation packages,[……]