Israeli-American siblings are bringing schnitzel, the favorite food of their childhood, to the masses at Schnitz in the East Village.
Park administrators suggest changing the official plan for Brooklyn Bridge Park, after opponents filed suit to seeking to block new affordable housing.
Lenders are still eager to make loans on apartment properties, and grew their multifamily lending business again in the third quarter of 2014.
One of the biggest findings of the 2014 PWC Real Estate Investor Survey has been the rise of “18-hour” cities, or second-tier cities, as opposed to the 24-hour gateways.
Tax law changes may bring investment volume in the multifamily sector to new heights, claims Multifamily Executive. Retailers and e-commerce operators are competing for the most convenient sites for distribution facilities, reports Chain Store Age. Hotel owners can raise average daily rates by 5.4 percent this year, according to CNBC. These are among today’s must reads from around the commercial real estate industry.