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“Full House” star Dave Coulier lists LA home

From TRD LA: The Tanner family would probably fit quite comfortably in David Coulier’s six-bedroom Encino home, which the “Full House” star just listed for $1.96 million. The 4,099-square-foot ranch-style home floated on and off the market between 2010 and 2013, with the price ranging from $1.4 million to $1.75 million,...

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How NYCHA is luring NY real estate players

From the November issue: The New York City Housing Authority’s Shola Olatoye has aggressively pushed for more face time with Ben Carson — the conservative HUD secretary and onetime presidential candidate who warned against making public housing too “comfortable.” The two met once at Carson’s office in Washington, D.C., a few...

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Don Peebles lists SoFla estate

From TRD Miami: Investor and developer Don Peebles just listed his Coral Gables estate for $12.9 million. Peebles and his wife Katrina want to sell their property at 11501 Old Cutler Road to be closer to Wellington, where their daughter is pursuing her equestrian career, according to listing agent Lourdes Alatriste...

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Major mall REITs scaling back at ICSC’s NYC expo

Some major mall landlords are scaling back their presence at New York City’s big retail expo next month, another indicator of challenges facing the sector. Simon Property Group, the country’s largest mall-centric real estate investment trust, will not exhibit at this year’s International Council of Shopping Centers’ deal-making summit at...

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Brookfield seeks $1B financing package for 5 Manhattan West

Brookfield Property Partners is seeking $1 billion in financing for its newly renovated 5 Manhattan West. The firm recently completed a $350 million redevelopment of 1.8-million-square-foot office building. Brookfield and its partner, the Qatar Investment Authority, are trying to put together a five- or seven-year debt package for the property,...

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AG approves plan for Smyth condo in LIC

The New York state Attorney General’s office approved the offering plan for the Smyth, a 41-unit condominium in the Dutch Kills area of Long Island City. D.A. Development and JBL Development Group can now officially launch sales for the project at 25-16 37th Avenue, dubbed the Smyth. Filings show the...

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