New York City

New York City’s first half of annual real estate taxes are due: Owners facing increases - 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 ...

Ferrara and Beyda of Highcap Group sell $6.8 million East Harlem package

Manhattan, NY Michael Ferrara, senior director, and Joey Beyda, investment sales associate, of Manhattan based investment sales brokerage firm Highcap Group, brokered the sale of a two building multifamily package in East Harlem. The properties, 166-168 East 104th St., are located between 3rd Ave. and Lexington Ave. and sold for $6.8 million.

Commercial real estate goes green: Five ways an existing building can make improvements - by Ron Koenigsberg

1. Lighting: One of the ways commercial buildings are going green is through lighting. Light-emitting diodes, or LED light bulbs, are gainin...

Delisle of Island Associates arranges $2.5 million sale

Northport, NY Roger Delisle of Island Associates brokered the sale of 295 Larkfield Rd. The subject consists of 12,000 s/f retail on 0.87 ac...

Mishaan of RKF brokers $17.5 million Bronx sale

Bronx, NY RKF, North America’s leading independent real estate firm specializing in retail leasing, investmentsalesand consulting serv...

Schechtman, Lieberman, Kassin and Hochman of Meridian Investment Sales retained to sell 30,800 s/f vacant warehouse

Bronx, NY Meridian Investment Sales, the commercial property sales division of Meridian Capital Group, has been exclusively retained to sell...

State of the industry: Self storage REITs - by Nick Malagisi

1. The current development cycle is beginning to bring new supply on the market at a pace not seen since before the last recession when our ...

Rudin elected chairman of the Real Estate Board of New York

New York, NYThe Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) board of governorsvoted unanimously to approve William Rudin to succeed Rob Sp...

As New York City investment property sales slow, Bronx multifamily assets continue to attract demand - by Gold and Baruch

As the New York City investment property market continues to cool off, echoing 2016’s trend, there is still plenty of heat in The Bronx. Real estate investors in the borough have enjoyed enviable returns and prices are poised to appreciate further, particularly in the South Bronx, where multifamily assets offer value relative to other areas of the city.

Savills Studley team represents Mizuho in 148,000 s/f lease at Rockefeller Group property; In-house team of Guiltinan, Stein, Nakamura, Tanikawa and Jeon represent ownership

Manhattan, NY Rockefeller Group has completed a new lease with Mizuho Americas for 148,000 s/f in 1271 Avenue of the Americas. This lease br...