Avant-Garde Network to present Diversity in Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Conference at Columbia University
New York, NY Avant-Garde Network is hosting its first-ever Diversity in Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Conference at Columbia University, Alfred Lerner Hall, 2920 Broadway from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 26 and July 27. Hear from and network with 600 + participants and over 50 speakers...
Executive of the Month: Williams-Olley, CFO of Mancini Duffy: Proud shareholder & a voice on the leadership team
New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal sat down with Bolanle Williams-Olley, CFO of Mancini Duffy for a question and answer session.
Q: Tell us about Mancini and why you invested in the company.
Executive of the Month: Robin of Levien & Co. brings best practices to clients, with a focus on delivering high quality
New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) sat down with Allison Robin, a principal at Levien & Co., for a question and answer session. NYREJ: Can you share a little about your firm and how it has evolved? Robin: Levien & Co. was founded 27 years ago as a response to Ken Levien’s
Eastdil Secured arranges $240M refinance of ALTA+ in LIC; Kapahi of HKS acts as advisor to Simon Baron Dev.
Queens, NY Affiliates of Simon Baron Development Group LLC have closed on a $240 million refinancing of ALTA+, a 467-unit building located at 29-22 Northern Blvd. in Long Island City. The lenders were Société Générale and Deutsche Pfandbriefbank (PBB).
NYC School Construction Authority and CTA Architects, P.C. complete UPK Q368 within Queens Passive House building
Queens, NY The NYC School Construction Authority (SCA) and CTA Architects, P.C. (CTA) have completed one of the city's and U.S.' first pre-Ks built within a passive house building. Located in the Corona section, UPK Q368 – also known as the Mosaic Pre-K Center
Ariel Property Advisors sells two-building package for $8M; Kelly and Khukhashvili rep seller, Itzhaki Acquisitions
New York, NY Ariel Property Advisors has facilitated the sale of 99 & 103 Atlantic Ave., two mixed-use buildings in Brooklyn Heights’ Historic District. The pair of four-story buildings sold for $8 million, or $736 per s/f, with a 5.25% cap rate.