New York City

New York City administrative real estate tax assessment protests must be filed by October 24th - by Peter Blond

Peter Blond, Esq. is a partner at Brandt, Steinberg, Lewis & Blond LLP and the chair of the NYC Bar committee on condemnation & tax ...

“Doing well by doing good:” Taking the concept to another level - by Michael Packman and Brian Sidman

Michael Packman and Brian Sidman are co-founders & principals of KNPRE, Westbury, N.Y. ...

Garibaldi opens Garibaldi Group: A new public accounting firm in Garden City

Garden City, NY Noted certified public accountant, financial and management consultant Michael Garibaldi, CPA/ABV/CFF/CGMA has opened the Ga...

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.

Summer 2017 Queens development activity neighborhood focus: Astoria and Long Island City - by Rubin Isak

It has been a busy summer in the land sales world. In this month’s piece, I will focus on this summer’s development activity in Astoria and Long Island City. The average price per zoning floor area in this area equates to $261/ZFA this summer. Below I will highlight 10 development site sales for June, July and August. (Price per ZFA is calculated using as-of-right s/f only):

Self storage third quarter 2017 report: Growing to be the “darling” of real estate - by Nick Malagisi

It was not too many years ago that self storage was the “bastard” of the real estate industry. Fast forward; there are now five publicly traded self storage REITS on the New York Stock Exchange with Public Storage, the leader in our industry, listed on the Standard & Poor index of top 500 companies in the U.S. Yes, self storage has grown to be the “darling” of real estate investors because of its predictable, steady cash flow and is now regarded as a hedge stock/equity to own in recessionary times. 

Segall and Martinecz of RKF rep buyer, JTD Builders, in $6 million sale

Manhattan, NY RKF has arranged the $6 million sale of a 5,697 s/f mixed-use building at 330 Grand St. on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. T...

Bonett and Cohn of Adams & Co. arrange 9,341 s/f lease; Gottlieb and Gervino of Avison Young rep tenant

Manhattan, NY Adams&Co. Real Estate has completed a 9,341 s/f lease for Curtis Partition, a leading New York City drywall and ceiling tr...

Marcus & Millichap brokers $15 million sale

Brooklyn, NY The Jefferson-MacDonough Collection, a 53-unit multifamily portfolio has sold, according to John Horowitz, vice president and r...

Brickell of Joseph P. Day Realty arranges 7,300 s/f lease at 437 Fifth Avenue

Manhattan, NY Joseph P. Day Realty Corp. has signed its newest tenant, Summit Golf Brands, Inc., within commercial building 437 Fifth Ave. ...