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  1. college try

    Big-Time Builders Line Up for Shot at Prime Manhattan CUNY Property

    “It screams for condos” said a rep for one developer eyeing money-making possibilities on prime John Jay College real estate.

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  2. money in politics

    Ritchie Torres Reaps Real Estate Cash in Bronx Congress Run

    The Council member leads the fundraising race, with the vast majority of his $878,000 in contributions coming from outside the borough, records show.

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  3. cashing in

    Opportunity Zone Boosts Bids for Hot Bronx Property

     Developers bet on reaping big rewards for pouring dollars into a quickly gentrifying strip in Port Morris, thanks to a federal tax credit.

    cashing in

  4. off the books

    Proposal for ‘5Pointz Towers’ Library May Have Sad Ending

    Queens library officials signal interest in community board’s 11th-hour demand, but the developer of the old graffiti art site isn’t on the same page.

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  5. complex numbers

    East Flatbush Co-op Embroiled in Conflict Still Gets $11 Million State Loan

    Repair funds arrive while lawsuits fly among leaders of Brooklyn’s Harry Silver apartments.

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  6. moving in

    Real Estate Brokers Blow Beyond New $20 Tenant Fee Cap

    Real estate group tells members that law’s limits on charges for apartment applications applies only to landlords. Tenants and lawmakers cry foul.

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  7. shelter

    State Agency Stalls Billionaires’ Row Homeless Shelter

    Even though a court has ruled that a fully functional West 58th Street shelter has the right to open, a state agency is keeping the doors closed.

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  8. blocked

    Long-Awaited Revamp of State-Owned Brooklyn Building Collapses

    Why a prime Clinton Hill property remains derelict after 40 years amid failed efforts to turn the crumbling structure into affordable senior housing.

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  9. money in politics

    Queens District Attorney Hopeful Melinda Katz Rakes in Developer Dollars

    The Queens Borough President raised about $158,000 from the real estate industry in the seven-candidate race’s latest fundraising cycle.

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  10. boxed out

    Unclaimed Self-Storage Funds Give Glimpse Into New Yorkers’ Disrupted Lives

    More than $1 million sits unclaimed from auctioned storage units. Have you lost stuff? Let us know — we want your storage stories.

    boxed out

  11. the block

    Forward Thinking: Carmelo Anthony Eyes Bronx Site for New Athletic Facility

    Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. met with former Knick Carmelo Anthony to talk about development plans for Port Morris, THE CITY has learned.

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  12. shelter

    Judge Tosses Challenge to ‘Billionaires’ Row’ Homeless Shelter

    The W. 58th Street men’s facility has been stalled since neighbors sued in July. City Hall plans to build 90 new homeless shelters across the city.

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  13. money in politics

    Developers Donate Big to Queens DA Candidate Who Vows Construction Crackdown

    Melinda Katz says she sees no conflict between promise to prosecute dangerous builders and $250k-plus in real estate campaign contributions.

    money in politics

  14. mta

    ‘Imminent’ Domain: Uncertain Second Ave. Subway Plans Have Locals on Edge

    Many in East Harlem are just realizing that early MTA plans to build new Second Avenue stations require displacing hundreds of people.

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