Buyers of Trump real estate increasingly shadowy, investors turn to East New York, more

By Alanna Schubach  | January 11, 2018 - 11:30AM

The Lower East Side's Sunshine Cinema is closing later this month, to be replaced by an office building (Bowery Boogie) 

Most recent buyers of Trump-branded real estate are keeping their identities secret (USA Today)

A bodega owner is sheltering homeless men in his store's basement, "because they don't have, and I do" (New York Times) 

A Coney Island assemblywoman is accused of receiving Hurricane Sandy housing relief under false pretenses (Brooklyn Paper) 

As luxury buildings in Long Island City, Williamsburg, and elsewhere are becoming less of a sure investment, developers are looking to East New York, Far Rockaway, and the Bronx (The Real Deal)

The housing shortage isn't just a New York thing: Last year the fewest homes were listed for sale in a generation (New York Times)

Alanna Schubach

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Contributing editor Alanna Schubach has over a decade of experience as a New York City-based freelance journalist.

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