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Analysis: Landlords still offering free rent to lure renters to Brooklyn’s emerging neighborhoods

Even in Brooklyn’s up-and-coming neighborhoods, concessions are king. At the request of The Real Deal, appraisal firm Miller Samuel crunched the numbers in seven rising sections of the borough — Crown Heights, Bushwick, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Gowanus, Flatbush and Greenpoint —  and found that developers and landlords in six of the...

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Juicy Burgers to Open New Location in Houston, Texas

Houston, TX  (RestaurantNews.com)  Juicy Burgers LLC, has announced the opening of its newest restaurant in Houston, Texas and will be located at 12341 FM 1960, Suite D, Houston, Texas 77065 near the intersection of Fallbrook Drive and Farm to Market 1960. Grand Opening is scheduled for early 2018 in the...

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Toppers Pizza Unleashes Triple the Pepperoni with Ragin’ Pepperoni

  Innovative Pizza Franchise Launches New Pepperonirific Option to Add Spice to Winter Months Whitewater, WI  (RestaurantNews.com)  Pepperoni fans rejoice! Wisconsin-based franchise chain Toppers Pizza is piling it on thick with the introduction of the new Ragin’ Pepperoni pizza. The new limited time offer pizza launches December 11 and runs...

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The story of WeWork’s mysterious first investor

From the December issue: In 2010, WeWork’s Miguel McKelvey and Adam Neumann were two unknown entrepreneurs scouting buildings for their first co-working space. They set their eyes on a Canal Street property, but when they contacted the landlord, he balked. Instead, the building’s owner offered a meeting with an acquaintance who,...

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New York resi predictions for 2018

As the year comes to a close, let the flurry of predictions about the year ahead begin. First in line, StreetEasy’s senior economist Grant Long who’s got five predictions for New York real estate in 2018. 1. RIP L-Train Long predicts that the 2019 shutdown of the L-Train will have...

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What’s behind NYC’s literal sidewalk sales?

Nothing is off-limits in New York real estate and, yes, that includes sidewalks and streets. In fact, these curb-side properties are often sold to developers who want to take on private ownership for any number of reasons. Though some are outraged on principle — “These are atrocious giveaways to real-estate...

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Could rainy day renderings work?

A rainy (or snowy) day is expected in New York real estate, but not in picture-perfect renderings. When New York YIMBY published a stormy rendering of IMC Architecture’s new building in East Flatbush last week, anyone attuned to real estate did a double take. Today YIMBY has the first renderings...

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