Long Island

EBG celebrates ribbon cutting of 200,000 s/f assisted living facility

Jericho, NY In a ribbon cutting ceremony, The Engel Burman Group (EBG) officially opened The Bristal at Jericho, the 17th community of The Bristal in EBG’s expansive assisted living portfolio.

Arbitration versus litigation in construction contracts: Considerations to take into account - by Andrew Richards

One of the many important choices a developer or contractor faces when it prepares its construction contracts is whether to include an arbitration provision to resolve disputes or litigate any disputes in a court of law. 

Amazon’s Long Island City decision and the public outrage: Understanding the facts - by Ralph Perna

Amazon is one of the largest companies on the planet. It has revolutionized the retail industry, created a new platform, and in some cases, ran companies out of business. Amazon has been entering new markets on a regular basis

Subleasing basics: Protecting the unwary subtenant’s interests in its premises - by Matthew Zangwill

A sublease might seem a simple transaction since the hard work of negotiating the master lease is done and its terms will be incorporated into the sublease by reference. However, the existence of the master lease...

Understanding licenses and leases – A three-part series: “Cleaning up” contractural language - by Darren Stakey

New York boasts a veritable “laundry list” of cases that examine the distinction between a license and a lease in the context of agreements to operate washing machines. In Wash-O-Matic Laundry Co., Inc. v. 621 Lefferts Ave...

Digital technologies: Utilizing augmented and virtual realities in real estate marketing - by Ron Koenigsberg

Technology plays a huge part in how we interact in both business and everyday life. What was once clunky and difficult is now seamless, intuitive, and imperative to our daily operations. Augmented reality and virtual reality are two technologies

Schneider and Inserra of NAI Long Island arrange 2,400 s/f office lease

Hauppauge, NY Paul Schneider, senior director, and Carmine Inserra, principal, of NAI Long Island, represented the landlord in the lease of 2,400 s/f of office space located at 2150 Joshua's Path

Commercial Classroom: Commission challenges - by Edward Smith

Our goal as brokers and agents is to be appropriately compensated for the skills that we bring to the transaction. In simple terms, to be paid a full commission for completing a sale or lease of property. In our quest to be properly...

BOMA LI to hold Casino Night and Cocktail Party on May 9th at RXR

Melville, NY BOMA Long Island will hold its Casino Night and Cocktail Party on Thursday, May 9th at RXR - 68 South Service Rd., Lower Level from 6 to 10 p.m. BOMA members are free

REFPNY to hold Summer Kick-Off Networking event on June 11th at Jewel

Melville, NY The Real Estate & Financial Professionals of New York (REFPNY) will hold their Summer Kick-Off Networking event on June 11th. The event will run from 6 to 9 p.m.