Ten Questions With Jerry Pi of Pi Capital Partners on Developing in 2020, Fixing Midtown, and What’s Next For Queens

YIMBY recently sat down with Jerry Pi, of the eponymous Pi Capital Partners, whose principals are comprised of Jerry and his father. From developing affordable and market-rate housing in the Outer Boroughs, to a new skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan just steps from the Empire State Building, the firm’s activities in New York City have been […]

Let’s do away with real estate broker fees

FOR DECADES, the laws of supply and demand have weighed heavily toward landlords and the 3,000-plus real estate agents scattered across brokerage offices in Allston, Brighton, and Brookline. Historical market conditions have cemented a business model of brokers collecting a payment of one month’s rent from renters and it’s taken a global pandemic to blast […]

For some residents, one home at Naples Reserve isn’t enough

Naples Reserve residents have realized that something special has been created in their South Naples community, developed by iStar and consisting of 688 acres that feature Southern Coastal-inspired attached villa, single-family and custom estate homes. A dozen couples have fallen in love with Naples Reserve so much that they’ve purchased not one but two homes […]

Dorian takes multi-million-dollar bite out of tourism in Volusia and Flagler

When Hurricane Dorian brushed by Volusia and Flagler counties last week without causing major property damage, residents felt a sense of relief. But the storm’s effect has been quietly brutal for hotels, restaurants, attractions and other businesses tied to the area’s tourism economy. While no one has an exact figure, area experts believe the loss […]