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New York Housing Stability and Protection Act of 2019 - by Robert Dremluk

On June 14th, 2019, the New York legislature enacted S.6458, the “Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019,” after the bill passed the New York Assembly. This legislation is effective immediately and changes how approximately

JLL closes $30.05 million sale for Ten-X; Douglas Development Co. is buyer of 961,800 s/f property

Amherst, NY JLL has closed the $30.05 million sale of Boulevard Mall, a 961,800 s/f, super-regional mall within a Qualified Opportunity Zone located at 730 Alberta Dr. An adjacent Wegmans

Message from the CEO of Bronx-Manhattan North Association of Realtors: New rent laws - by Eliezer Rodriguez

New Rent Laws – What Happens Now? On Friday, June 14th, 2019, governor Cuomo signed the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of  2019. In subsequent days, changes to the legislation were also signed by

HKS Real Estate Advisors hires Katz and Safdeye as analysts

New York, NY HKS Real Estate Advisors has hired Dean Katz and Arthur Safdeye

Where does my land end and my neighbors’ begin? - by Greg de Bruin

Summer has arrived, which means many of us are gearing up to start our outdoor projects for the year. ‘Tis the season for installing pools, building fences, or perhaps breaking ground on that vacant land you want to improve. However, before these

POLSINELLI names Levinson shareholder in Commercial Litigation practice

New York, NY According to POLSINELLI, Gabriel Levinson has joined the firm as a shareholder in the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice.

LERA wins Engineer’s Choice Award at 2019 SEAoNY

New York, NY LERA Consulting Structural Engineers (LERA) was honored with the Engineer’s/People’s Choice Award at the 2019 SEAoNY Excellence in Structural Engineering

Industrious appoints Echenberg as new CFO

New York, NY Industrious has appointed  Michael Echenberg as CFO, effective September 3rd

As CFO, Echenberg will be responsible for leading financial strategy across the organization,

The Wizard of OZ (that’s “Opportunity Zones”) More from beyond the Hudson - by Dan Flanigan

More from beyond the Hudson Since there appears to be minimal OZ activity in NYC, it might be a good time to check once again1 on what is happening out there beyond the Hudson.

CREW New York honors Nardiello and Boccini at 2019 Members’ Luncheon

Manhattan, NY CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) New York honored some of the most influential women in commercial real estate at its members-only luncheon, where CREWNY leaders announced