Whose land is it? The 2008 Amendments to adverse possession law - by Justin Rostoff

Whose land is it? The 2008 Amendments to adverse possession law - by Justin Rostoff

“Adverse possession:” The principle of acquiring legal ownership to land that is owned by another. This is an extremely powerful tool that literally changes landscape of property in every state, city, and borough, ranging in all uses from industrial to residential;

Read More

Georgia Green and East Hampton Housing Authority begin $24 million, 37-unit workforce housing development

East Hampton, NY According to governor Andrew Cuomo, construction has begun on a $24 million workforce housing development. Gansett Meadow will provide 37 mixed-income rental homes for families in a transit-oriented neighborhood. "The Gansett Meadow Apartments will provide...

Read More

Georgia Green and East Hampton Housing Authority begin $24 million, 37-unit workforce housing development
Question of the Month: The next wave of rapid societal advancement: How do I get started on creating a Smart Building? - by Nora Swanson

Question of the Month: The next wave of rapid societal advancement: How do I get started on creating a Smart Building? - by Nora Swanson

We all know it’s coming – just like the rise of smart phones in the past decade – smart spaces and Smart Buildings are the next wave of rapid societal advancement. The most prevalent building automation systems currently installed are relatively static systems that have been

Read More

Parker, Gillen, and Tambor of Hodges Ward Elliott represent Related Companies in $36 million sale

Bronx, NY Hodges Ward Elliott arranged the $36 million sale of the 252-unit River Court and Gerard Court apartment complex located at 1065-1075 Gerard Ave. A Hodges Ward Elliot team comprised of Daniel Parker, Paul Gillen, and Ariel Tambor

Read More

Parker, Gillen, and Tambor of Hodges Ward Elliott represent Related Companies in $36 million sale
Considering a ground lease? Consider these questions when vetting prospective ground tenants - by Robert Khodadadian

Considering a ground lease? Consider these questions when vetting prospective ground tenants - by Robert Khodadadian

In today’s real estate market, creativity is required for a deal to make sense for all parties involved. One example of this creativity is to ground lease a property instead of the conventional sale. Although ground leases are not a new concept, many people are not familiar

Read More