New York City

Dansker and Lusby of Marcus & Millichap sell two properties - $15.2 million

Manhattan, NY Marcus & Millichap’s multifamily investment sales team, led by Barbara Dansker and Steven Lusby, closed two mixed-us...

The transforming face of a New York City retail storefront: What is next? - by Aleksandra Scepanovic

Every industry has seen the impact of the digital revolution and retail is no exception. Traditional retail is morphing, in an attempt to go beyond yet another frontier. This is happening quickly in NYC, where residents live a fast-paced, constantly-evolving lifestyle, but it is also apparent on a national level.

Rosewood Realty completes $57 million sale of five Upper West Side buildings

Manhattan, NY Rosewood Realty Group has completed the $57 million sale of five Upper West Side buildings located at 4, 8, 10-16 Manhattan Av...

ABS Altman Warwick arranges $51 million refinancing

Staten Island, NY ABS Altman Warwick, a New York City-based capital market advisory firm and division of ABS Partners Real Estate, has close...

Guarino of Friedman Roth handles $1.225 million sale

Bronx, NY Richard Guarino, a partner at Friedman Roth Realty Services, has arranged the $1.225 million sale of 1280 Oak Point Blvd., a 5,000...

Vanderpool of Cignature Realty closes $18.45 million sale of six-story apartment

Manhattan, NY Cignature Realty Associates Inc. closed the $18.45 million sale of a six-story elevator apartment building with 34 residential...

Handler Real Estate arranges 5,573 s/f lease

Manhattan, NY Handler Real Estate Organization has arranged a long-term, 5,573 s/f relocation and expansion at 180 Varick St. on behalf of C...

Project of the Month: Hastings Capital completes $3.8 million redevelopment of former 8,000 s/f electroplating site

QUEENS, NY Hastings Capital, LLC has completed the redevelopment of 8,000 s/f in downtown Jamaica. Located at 87-83 139th St., the site is i...

JLL Capital Markets arranges $141 million loan to transform 15 Laight Street

Manhattan, NY JLL Capital Markets arranged a $141 million loan to finance the transformation of 15 Laight St. into a boutique office buildin...

East Harlem’s Rezoning & Opportunity Zone designations are a double-whammy boon for real estate - by Marko Agbaba and Drew Chartash

East Harlem has undeniably been one of Northern Manhattan’s hottest real estate markets due primarily to its relative affordability and upside potential. While the historic neighborhood’s popularity with developers has waned in 2018, it is positioned to rebound sharply in the years ahead as investors fully digest the wide-ranging impact of recent rezoning and government-designated status as an “Economic Opportunity Zone.”