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Above all what does the part that we want to know stone have.

Will tell to urology, calculous composition basically is acid of oxalic acid calcic stone, phosphate stone, make water acerbity stone of ammonia of saline stone, Guang, mix model calculous.

The element that influence stone forms has a lot of, habit of element of the age, sexual distinction, phyletic, genetic, environment, food and profession are right the impact of explanatory formation is very big, and watering also is among them a very main factor. Water of the quantity how many and how is water quality having very close relationship with calculous formation.

Increase liquid intake to be able to increase uric amount, reduce the supersaturation position of composition of uric road stone thereby, the formation that prevents stone perhaps has a relapse. Recommend everyday liquid intake is in 2.5-3.0L above, make everyday uric quantity maintains in 2.0-2.5L above. Patient of disease of stone of proposal make water measures uric proportion by oneself in the home, make uric proportion under 1.01 advisable, maintain reliable uric fluid acid-base value in order to achieve.

About the sort that water, it is advisable to think with oxalic acid content is not milk products liquid less commonly. Whether can drinkable hard water increase the formation of the stone that contain calcium, still put in different view at present. ShouldLove Shanghai is the same as a city Fall in love with the seaHad avoided juice of much more drinkable caffein, black tea, grape, cider, with Coke Cola. Recommend water of Meng of He Ning of juice of the much juice that drink orange, acerbity fruit tendril.

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The Real Deal Los Angeles

The Real Deal s LA print edition is going quarterly! Supplementing daily online coverage, magazines will tackle big picture issues affecting LA real estate, major player profiles, rankings and more

The Real Deal s inaugural print edition, released in September

The number one source for real estate industry news has been greeted with open arms by the local community in Southern California since we launched online at the beginning of the year. And since we released our first print edition in September, The Real Deal Los Angeles has quickly become the formidable choice for in-depth analysis, rankings, juicy features and player profiles.

Now, we are pleased to announce there will be more where that came 上海贵族宝贝 上海千花网龙凤论坛from. Our L.A. print magazine is going quarterly!

The real estate industry is all about location, location, location so book your advertising space for the upcoming year ahead of time, starting with the January 2017 winter edition. The deadline is December 16 (right before the holidays). Start the year on the right foot by promoting your brand and inventory in The Real Deal.

See the current September/Fall 2016 edition as it appears in print here.

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NYC Luxury Residential

The biggest price cuts on luxury pads last week Upper West Side townhouse received the biggest reduction

From bottom right: 58 West 75th Street, 85 Charles Street, 320 Central Park West #22B, 230 West 56th Street #64A

Not even a “sky duplex” can escape this storm of price chops.

Last week, one of the biggest reductions in the city’s luxury market was the Naftali Group’s 234 East 23rd Street, with the sky duplex condominium there getting a 10 percent reduction.

In total, seven homes in the over-$10 million market were reduced by 5 percent or more in the period from April 17 through April 24, according to data from StreetEasy.

Here’s a look at the biggest price reductions on luxury pads:

58 West 75th Street

58 West 75th Street
Previous Price: $16 million
Current Price: $14 million ($1,647 per square foot)
Percentage Drop: 13 percent

This上海贵族宝贝交流区 上海贵族宝贝论坛 8,500-square foot townhouse was on the market for just over a month before it received a $3 million price cut. The renovated home spans seven stories, and features six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. There’s also a private elevator, a wine room and outdoor space, according to StreetEasy. Avi Feldman, founder of real estate investment firm Omek Capital, owns the property, records show.

Gregory Williamson of Douglas Elliman has the listing. He was not immediately available for comment.

230 West 56th Street #64A

230 West 56th Street, 64A 
Previous Price: $33 million
Current Price: $29 million ($3,625 per square foot)
Percentage Drop: 12 percent

Once owned by Jacob “Kobi” Alexander, the former CEO of Converse Technology and convicted fraudster, this 8,000-square-foot condo just got a 12 percent price reduction.

It’s now asking $10 million less than its original price tag. The Park Imperial pad first hit the market in June 2016 for $39 million, and has been chiseled down ever since. Alexander paid $8.6 million for the place in 2001, records show, and sold his three units at the building for a combined $35.2 million in 2010.

The building’s residents have included Deepak Chopra, actor Daniel Craig and Equinox CEO Harvey Spevak.

Last month, Sean “Diddy” Combs sold his apartment in the building 上海千花网 爱上海同城对对碰for $5.7 million, after four years on the market and an original asking price of $8.5 million.

Douglas Elliman’s Harry DiOrio and Megan Butler have the listing. They were not immediately available for comment.

85 Charles Street

85 Charles Street 
Previous Price: $17.5 million
Current Price: $15.5 million ($3,145 per square foot)
Percentage Drop: 11 percent

Built in 1868, this 20-foot-wide townhouse was first listed in February 2013 asking $18.5 million, but was later taken from the market after it failed to sell. Four years later, it s back for sale but now asking a reduced $15.5 million. Th上海千花网论坛 上海千花网e home spans nearly 5,000 square feet, is 20 feet wide and was renovated by Hottenroth + Joseph Architects, according to the listing. It has five bedrooms and four full bathrooms, a Swarovski crystal-walled powder room, an eat-in kitchen and a[……]

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Real Estate Marketing

Commercial meets residential:
a marketing strategy unfolds “What these (residential) brokers will do for a $2 million listing with drones and staging is phenomenal”

Photo illustration by Jhila Farzaneh for The Real Deal. From left: Mauricio Umansky, Behzad Souferian, Jay Luchs, Carl Mühlstein (Credit: the Agency, JLL, LinkedIn)

The brokerage world was traditionally divided into two distinct tribes. Residential brokers were the aesthetes, the innovators, the people who didn t shy away from using glamour to sell real estate. Commercial brokers, meanwhile, were the jocks and the quants, swearing by spreadsheets to land that plum leasing assignment or investment-sales deal. Never the twain shall meet – or so we thought.

Now, however, the two realms are increasingly overlapping. Office buildings are starting to offer valet services and bars; commercial brokers are selling homes; and residential brokerages are launching commercial divisions within their firms. The crossover is impacting marketing or at least, industry experts are saying it should.

“What these (residential) brokers will do for a $2 million listing with drones and staging is phenomenal, Carl Muhlstein of JLL said at The Real Deal’s Sept. 14 panel event. So we’ve been applying a lot of those techniques to commercial. Muhlstein recently returned from a trip to London, where he met with JLL’s European marketing team to discuss ways in which commercial folks can up their game.

“We have noticed that a lot of commercial or office space marketing has become pretty formulaic — email blast, maybe a brochure and the script always starts with ‘the building,’ Muhlstein said. “I’m experimenting with reversing the script, where we focus more on the people, the neighborhood and the hiring opportunities.”

Commercial meets resi
Behzad Souferian of the Souferian Group launched an entire brand, called “Be,” for hybrid commercial properties that bring in residential and hospitality elements. Its flagship location 上海千花网龙凤论坛 上海千花社区at 1800 N. Highland in Hollywood looks more like a boutique hotel than office site equipped with Instagrammable walls and finishes, a concierge-type security post, valet services and a pet-friendly bar.

“When I started evaluating the landscape of commercial real estate, I started noticing a void,” Souferian said. “It didn’t matter how cool my four walls were there was a disconnect from the rest of the building.”

The Be brand is “at the intersection of commercial meets hospitality,” he said.

The developer isn’t the only one dipping his feet in both ponds.

Jay Luchs is a household name as a retail broker with Newmark Knight Frank, thanks to prolific signage throughout L.A.’s Westside.

He’s solidified leases for clients including Louis Vuitton and L.A.’s first Eataly. But, in recent years, he’s also teamed up with a social media-savvy residential partner, Steven Schaefer. Together, they launched the residential Schaefer Luchs under the NKF umbrella. The partners represented music producer Jerry Goldste[……]

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WeWork taps SoulCycle founder as chief brand officer Julie Rice plans to create more services for members in new role

Julie Rice (Credit: LinkedIn)

SoulCycle co-founder Julie Rice is taking her talents to WeWork.

Rice, who left SoulCycle l阿拉爱上海同城 爱上海龙凤419桑拿ast year, has signed on as chief brand officer at the $20 billion company, where she plans to mainly focus on developing more services for WeWork members, according to Fast Company.

“There’s a certain way of creating a service, hospitality, and experience that perpetuates people上海龙凤论坛 新上海贵族宝贝论坛 feeling like they matter,” Rice said to Fast Company. “Being there matters to the group and I think that’s a really interesting thing to爱上海同城手机版 新爱上海同城对对碰论坛 think about here.”

WeWork has been aggressively expanding re上海贵族宝贝交流区 上海贵族宝贝论坛cently. This year alone, it has landed a $4.4 billion investment from SoftBank, launched a gym and an elementary school, and purchased Midtown’s Lord Taylor building for $850 million.  [Fast Company] – Eddie Small

Tags: Co-working NYC, Commercial Real Estate, Tech, wework
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Wanda Revenue Declines

China s biggest retail owner posted declining revenue, again Company says drop is due to selling off cultural, tourism assets

(Credit: back photo by Aaron Burden; front photo by World Economic Forum)

Dalian Wanda Group, the largest mall owner in China, posted a 10.8 percent decline in revenue for 2017 making it the second year in a r上海千花网 爱上海同城对对碰ow the retailer reported a drop.

Wanda explained its performance of only about $35 billion in revenue as being due to selling off its cultural and tourism holdings, reported the Wall Street Journal. The company s cultural assets account for 28 percent of its overall revenue, or nearly $11 billion.

Analysts say Wanda s retail portfolio is not the cause of its reported revenue decline.

“Wanda 上海千花网交友 上海千花网论坛is doing quite well in its shopping malls, from their rental-income growth and high occupancy rate,” S P Global Ratings Dennis Lee told the Journal. Income derived from rents increased 30 percent this year for the company.

In its report, Wanda also noted for the first time that 93 percent of its holdings are located in China. The information never previously disclosed, according to the Journal may be in response to the pressure the company faced last year amid the Chinese government s crackdown on cap上海龙凤论坛 新上海贵族宝贝论坛ital outflows to sell off its overseas real estate and other holdings.

Last fall, The Real Deal reported Wanda was selling five foreign developments, including One Beverly Hills, a $1.2 billion con爱上海同城论坛 爱上海同城do and hotel project, while in July it sold of $9.4 billion worth of its hotel portfolio.

In 2016, Wanda s decline in revenue was explained by a drop in residential markets. [WSJ]  Erin Hudson

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Rainbow Apparel Company

Rainbow Apparel s Gabriel A. Chehebar arrested on child abuse charges Chehebar allegedly hit his 11-year-old son

Rainbow Apparel Company store 253. (Credit: Rainbowshops)

STORY UPDATED: Rainbow Apparel Comp上海千花网论坛 上海千花网any s Gabriel A. Chehebar was arrested in Brooklyn last night on charges that he assaulted his 11-year-old son.

According to the New York Post, the police were called by the 11-year-old boy s mother to respond to al上海千花网龙凤论坛 上海千花社区legations t上海贵族宝贝交流区 上海贵族宝贝论坛hat Chehebar had repeatedly hit the boy on the head during time spent together. Chehebar was charged with acting in a manner injurious to a child less than 17 and assault, according to the Post. He is due to app新爱上海同城对对碰论坛 上海同城对对碰交友社区ear in court today.

Chehebar is listed by Bloomberg as the director of the Caribbean region for Rainbow Apparel, the Chehebar s long-standing family retail chain with 1,300 stores acros新上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海贵族宝贝交流区s the country.

According to company spokesperson Josh Nass, Chehebar does not hold a senior role at Rainbow.

That s the work he s engaged in but he does not play any sort of senior role in the company, said Nass. He is one of many thousands of employees.

The Chehebars are among a contingent of Syrian Jewish real estate families that collectively own about one-third of the real estate in the Jersey Shore hamlet of Deal, New Jersey, as The Real Deal reported in 2015, and are active in retail real estate in New York City and nationally. A branch of the Chehebar family owns the real estate development firm the Jackson Group, but Gabriel A. Chehebar is not involved with that company. Erin Hudson

NOTE: This story was updated on March 4, 2018 at 2:10 p.m. to include comment from Rainbow Apparel Company.

Tags: Commercial Real Estate, crime
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LaSalle Hotel Properties

Blackstone, Brookfield, Starwood all reportedly interested in buying LaSalle Hotel Properties The news comes as the REIT weighs Pebblebrook’s $3.6B takeover offer

Park Central in NY, owned by LaSalle

LaSalle Hotel Properties is reviewing a $3.6 billion takeover offer from Pebblebrook Hotel Trust, but there’s some big name prospective buyers champing at the bit for a shot at the investment trust.

The list of suitors include Blackstone Group, Starwood Capital Group, Brookfield Property Partn上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海贵族宝贝ers, Park Hotels Resorts Inc., and Sunstone Hotel Investors Inc., according to Bloomberg. They have or are in talks to sign nondisclosure agreements for access to a trove of LaSalle documents outlining financials and other crucial data.

The Bethesda, Maryland-based REIT owns 41 hotels around the country includi爱上海同城手机版 新爱上海同城对对碰论坛ng four in New York, six in Los Angeles, and nine in the nation’s capital. The trust is valued at around $3.4 billion.

Pebblebrook, also based in Bethesda, submitted a revised offer o上海龙凤论坛sh1f 上海龙凤论坛n Monday 阿拉爱上海同城 爱上海龙凤419桑拿that included a cash component and is around 6 percent higher than a previous all-stock offer that LaSalle rejected in late March, Bloomberg reported. The revised offer penciled out to around $31.75 per share.

Pebblebrook is active in many of the same markets as LaSalle and owns roughly the same number of assets, but is valued at around $2.4 billion. [Bloomberg] — Dennis Lynch 

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Gazit-Globe buys Williamsburg retail condo for $47M Madison Marquette had put condo on the market for $50M last year

Jeff Mooallem and The Edge at 34 North 7th Street in Brooklyn

Israeli company Gazit-Globe has made another major purchase in the Brooklyn retail market.

The firm purchased the retail condo of the Edge in Williamsburg from Madison Marquette for $47.3 million, according to property records. Madison Marquette put the property on the market last year for $50 million.

The retail condo spans about 60,000 square feet, and tenants include CVS and上海贵族宝贝 上海千花网龙凤论坛 Brooklyn Harvest Market. Madison Marquette bought the space with a silent par新爱上海同城对对碰论坛 上海同城对对碰交友社区tner for $45.5 million in 2014.

The Edge also has more than 1,450 residential units, but Gazit is only purchasing the retail portion of the complex.

Madison Marquette’s asking price was very close to its purchase price, which was seen as a sign of retail’s ongoing struggles. However, Gazit-Globe CEO Jeff Moo上海千花网交友 上海千花网论坛allem said the firm had been trying to break into Williamsburg and was confident that it was still a solid investment.

“It’s like a trade in baseball: you can’t say if it’s good or bad until you see how it all works out, b上海夜网论坛 上海夜网ut we feel good about the asset,” he said. “We’re long term holders, and we’re happy to add to our New York portfolio.”

Madison Marquette did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Gazit invested about $40 million in the Brooklyn shopping center Caesar’s Bay Bazaar earlie上海龙凤论坛sh1f 上海龙凤论坛r this year.  Mooallem told The Real Deal in an interview last year that the company had about $2 billion of potential spending power, which it planned to use on retail in major American cities.

Tags: brooklyn retail, Commercial Real Estate
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Alicia Glen

De Blasio s housing czar Alicia Glen is stepping down She’s presided over affordable housing initiative, Amazon deal, NYCHA

Alicia Glen and Bill de Blasio (Credit: Getty Images)

Alicia Glen, who has been the point person on virtually all of Mayor Bill de Blasio s controversial real estate initiatives, is leaving her post early next year.

As deputy mayor for housing, Glen has spearheaded economic development and affordable housing plans — and played a role in bringing Amazon to the city.

Her departure follows other personnel changes. Joseph Esposito, emergency management commissioner, is also leaving. And l爱上海同城手机版 新爱上海同城对对碰论坛ast November de Blasio’s first deputy mayor Anthony E. Shorris said he was also departing.

Under Glen s leadership, the city is on pace to reach de Blasio s goal of building or preserving 300,000 apartments for moderate- and low-income housing. It s an accomplishment the administration often trumpets. She also led the charge on rezonings in Midtown East and the Garment District.

“From building and protecting the most affordable housing in our history to growing our tech industry to knocking down barriers for women, Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen has opened doors for New Yorkers of every background and made our city a fairer place,” de Blasio said on Twitter.

But Glen, a former Goldman Sachs executive, also oversaw NYCHA at a time when 新上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海贵族宝贝交流区the housing conditions have been deteriorating. The authority is facing the possibility of a federal takeover. Glen decided to leave the position on her own and doesn’t have another job lined up, according to the New York Times.

Glen’s blunt demeanor alienated some of de Blasio’s progressive supporters, some of whom called for her ouster last year. Advocates, who believed her approach to housing did not serve the ci爱上海同城手机版 新爱上海同城对对碰论坛ty’s poorest residents, have protested outside her a上海贵族宝贝论坛 上海贵族宝贝partment.

“Her legacy is creating affordable housing that is not affordable,” said Maritza Silva-Farrell, executive director of Align, a group focused on labor and income inequality, “Her legacy is bringing Amazon and turning New York into another version of San Francisco.”

Glen oversaw housing as the city laid out plans to experiment with different housing t爱上海同城 爱上海ypes. Last year, she said the city hoped to “crack the code” on mid-rise multifamily development with more modular construction. The city also proposed a tax hike on vacant land and a competition to build “tiny homes.” And recently, NYCHA said it plans to sell air rights and open some land to private development in order to raise money for repairs. [NYT] — Meenal Vamburkar

Tags: Politics
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