New York City

Mermelstein leads Fried Frank team in counsel for Brookfield’s leasehold interest acquisition at 666 Fifth Avenue

Manhattan, NY Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP acted as counsel to Brookfield Asset Management in connection with its acquis...

Cohen, Marks and Hernandez of TerraCRG broker $8.5 million sale

Brooklyn, NY TerraCRG has closed on the sale of 507 Osborn St., a large industrial property in Brownsville. Ofer Cohen, Dan Marks, and Mike ...

Park Tower leases 59,060 s/f at 535 Madison Avenue

MANHATTAN, NY Park Tower Group has leased 59,060 s/f at 535 Madison Ave., a 480,000 s/f office building in the Plaza District. Bain Capital,...

Brennan and Finkler of Marcus & Millichap handle $1.4 million sale; Reps buyer and seller of the six-unit apartment property

BROOKLYN, NY Marcus & Millichap has completed the sale of 773 East 9th St., a six-unit apartment property, according to John Horowitz, v...

Dayan and Ben-Dayan of HSP lease 3,616 s/f to Orangebox at 320 Fifth

Manhattan, NY Orangebox has selected 320 Fifth Ave. as its first New York location. The firm, which creates and manufactures furniture for a...

Beler, Tolchin and Ledesma of JLL handle $54.5 million sale, joint venture partnership for Dalan Management

Manhattan, NY On behalf of Dalan Management, JLL has arranged the $54.5 million sale of 10-12 East 33rd St., two adjoining 12-story office b...

Real estate investors stay bullish on the Bronx on favorable retail landscape, Jerome Avenue rezoning - by Jason Gold and Drew Chartash

Investors remain besotted with The Bronx, with its relative affordability and upside potential among the many factors favoring real estate in the borough. Demand has been particularly strong for commercial, development and industrial assets, with a unique retail landscape and the recent rezoning of Jerome Ave. all but guaranteeing increased activity for years to come. 

Bike sharing’s impact on commercial and residential real estate and infrastructure - by Aleksandra Scepanovic

Bike sharing programs are growing in popularity in New York City and will have an increasingly greater impact on both the residential and commercial real estate markets. In addition to the popular Citi Bike, dock-less bikes have recently become accessible in limited numbers and areas of the city.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and excess business loss limitations - by Sandy Klein

For taxable years beginning in 2018, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) signed by the President last year added a new limitation on the ability of taxpayers other than C corporations to deduct business losses.  

A lawyer discusses access license agreements and pre-construction surveys: The reality - by C. Jaye Berger

A common situation these days is for a developer and possibly also his attorney to walk across the area between their property and an adjoining property to introduce themselves and tell you they are going to be commencing a construction project shortly and will need access to your property to conduct a “pre-construction survey.”