New York City

With headwinds abound, will Trump’s metal tariffs send NYC developers over the edge? by Paul McCormick and Amit Israni

Paul McCormick is a senior vice president – investment sales and capital services and Amit Israni is an analyst – investment res...

Riverside-West 105th St. historic district: A niche neighborhood in Manhattan Valley - by Aleksandra Scepanovic

Aleksandra Scepanovic is the managing director of Ideal Properties Group, Brooklyn, N.Y. ...

What the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act means for business interest deduction - by Sandy Klein

Sandy Klein, CPA, is a partner at Shanholt Glassman Klein Kramer & Co., NY, N.Y. ...

A lawyer discusses leaks in co-ops and condominium apartments and buildings - by C. Jaye Berger

C. Jaye Berger, Esq., is the principal of The Law Offices C. Jaye Berger, NY, N.Y. ...

Keidan joins Cresa as vice president of transaction management

New York, NY The NYC office of Cresa has welcomed broker Leslie Keidan as vice president of transaction management. She is known for her man...

Kunofsky named Marcus & Millichap’s top agent

New York, NY Glen Kunofsky of Marcus & Millichap’s Manhattan office ranked as the top investment specialist out of 1,800 investmen...

Hakim, Murad and Iadeluca of Eastern Consolidated secure $350 million

NEW YORK, NY Eastern Consolidated’s Capital Advisory Division has secured a $350 million construction loan for a 66-story condominium ...

Rockett and Dweck of Marcus & Millichap arrange $22.35 million sale of three contiguous mixed-use buildings

Brooklyn, NY Marcus & Millichap has arranged  the sale of 119-123 Kent Ave., three contiguous mixed-use buildings in the Williamsburg neighborhood. The properties sold for $22.35 million, which equates to $1,441 per s/f. Nat Rockett and Steven Dweck of Marcus & Millichap’s Manhattan office represented the buyer, the Shariati family, who were in a 1031 exchange from the sale of a building in Manhattan, 85 Chambers St. The sellers are Cheskie Weisz of CW Realty, Joyland Group and Meral Property Group.

Bobrow and Badner of Norman Bobrow & Co. represent Chilewich in 10-year, 11,502 s/f lease

Manhattan, NY Chilewich, the New York City-based textiles/housewares company founded by Sandy Chilewich and Joe Sultan, has recently opened a new showroom/headquarters in the Flatiron District at 39 West 19th St. between 5th and 6th Ave. where many designers and high tech companies are located.

Jungreis and Khakshoor of Rosewood broker $5.95 million sale

Manhattan, NY Rosewood Realty Group has arranged the sale of a Harlem apartment building, located at 507 West 134th St. between Amsterdam Av...