Report: Manhattan Rent Drops Below $3,000 For 1st Time Since 2011StreetEasy says renters are no longer willing to pay the so-called "commute premium" of living in Manhattan, because so many people are working from home.
'It Has Become A Ghost Town': Broadway Storefront Vacancies Up More Than 75% Since 2017A new survey of vacancies along the 244 blocks of Broadway found 335 street-level vacant storefronts, compared to 188 in 2017.
Parts Of NYC Rife With Empty Apartments; Real Estate Experts Say Pandemic Causing Buyers And Renters To Reevaluate PrioritiesAs New Yorkers flee the city amid the coronavirus pandemic, parts of the city's real estate market are rife with empty apartments. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports the industry is dealing with nearly record low numbers of new condo and co-up sales, while renters are focusing on a new list of priorities.
Catskills Real Estate Market Roaring Amid Coronavirus PandemicIt's a seller's market in Sullivan County and the Catskills.
Coronavirus Pandemic Sparks Real Estate 'Frenzy' In SuburbsIt's not just the fear of falling ill, but for some, to secure financial futures.
Coronavirus Update: President Trump's Developer Friend Stanley Chera Dies Of VirusReal estate developer Stanley Chera, a friend and donor of President Donald Trump, has died of coronavirus.
Living Large: Not 1, But 2 Luxury Apartments Up For Grabs At Iconic PierreA pair of apartments represents the ultimate in luxury on their own, and together offer potential for truly palatial living.
Living Large: Piece Of Polished History In Park SlopeAs the Brooklyn real estate boom continues with new construction, it’s still often the historic homes that have a real “wow” factor.
Living Large: Historic Connecticut Home With European Feel & 10 FireplacesArchitecturally, the 13,000 square foot home sitting amidst nearly six acres is a standout. Historically, it holds a place of honor in Greenwich, as well.
Living Large: Newly Renovated Landmark Hotel Once Home To Judge JudyThe nearly 3,000 square foot apartment recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation, completely rebuilt to capture the elegance of art deco.
Judge Puts Hold On New York State's Broker Fee Ban After Real Estate Groups File SuitReal estate groups fired back, saying the ban puts an undue burden on the backs of landlords, who’d just end up raising monthly rent.
How Will New York's New Broker Fee Rules Impact Renters?How will New York's new broker fee rules affect renters and the real estate industry? Real Deal reporter Erin Hudson breaks things down for CBSN New York.
Living Large: Mansion On Madison With Private Heated PoolThe new third floor residence at 172 Madison at 35th Street has the perfect balance of interior opulence and city accessibility.
Living Large: Unique Brooklyn Heights Brownstone With Unique FurnishingsThere’s a serenity to Pierrepont Street in the heart of the neighborhood's historic district. Stepping inside No. 81, this idealized lifestyle comes into even sharper focus.
Living Large: Privacy Meets Luxury In This Tribeca Townhouse Within A High-RiseThis week’s property has the best attributes of private home living, plus all the amenities of a luxury apartment building.