Overview of the commercial real estate market surrounding the JFK Airport area - by Joann Saul

Overview of the commercial real estate market surrounding the JFK Airport area - by Joann Saul

With virtually no significant vacant space returning, the JFK Airport Market continued to tighten through MY17.

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HFF sells Atlantic Stamp Building for $19 million and arranges $9 million financing; Zurich North America sells 307-309 Atlantic Ave. to Twining Properties

Brooklyn, NY Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) has completed the $19 million sale of and $9 million financing for The Atlantic Stamp Buil...

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HFF sells Atlantic Stamp Building for $19 million and arranges $9 million financing; Zurich North America sells 307-309 Atlantic Ave. to Twining Properties
Why is everyone flocking to Cobble Hill? Real estate in the enclave is booming - by Aleksandra Scepanovic

Why is everyone flocking to Cobble Hill? Real estate in the enclave is booming - by Aleksandra Scepanovic

When people think of popular and lively Brooklyn neighborhoods, Williamsburg, DUMBO, and even Park Slope come to top of mind, while Cobble Hill ever so rarely seems to land on the coveted list. Though the enclave may be flying under the radar, the real estate market here is booming. Cobble Hill is accessible by many modes of public transit, and there is plenty to see, do and love.

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Hunt of Hunt Corp. represents landlord in 10,000 s/f lease in Plainview; Schwartzberg of Premier Commercial represents tenant

Plainview, NY According toHunt Corporate Services, Inc., Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services, Inc.has leased 10,000 s/f at 245...

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Hunt of Hunt Corp. represents landlord in 10,000 s/f lease in Plainview; Schwartzberg of Premier Commercial represents tenant
Question of the Month: Green roofs are soaring: How can I turn an under used part of a building into a major asset?

Question of the Month: Green roofs are soaring: How can I turn an under used part of a building into a major asset?

You’ve maximized your building’s energy efficiency. Retrofitted the lighting. Upgraded HVAC.  Switched to green cleaning products. Have a top-notch recycling program. You’re  good. You’re green. Nope.  As New Yorkers, we are disinclined to look up, but if you want to be part of the next, great green building revolution – look up to your roof.

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