Rising prices in Manhattan and prime markets in Brooklyn are leading foreign investors to seek opportunities in other parts of the city and nearby markets such as Hoboken and Jersey City. The trend goes beyond the widely publicized mega-deals, such as Fosun International’s acquisition of One Chase Manhattan Plaza and Greenland’s acquisition of a major stake in Forest City Ratner’s Atlantic Yards development: many investors are participating in middle-market transactions, particularly in the multifamily or mixed-use sectors.

“It seems like foreign investors want to not just be....

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