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Greiner of Greiner-Maltz Co. of LI collaborates with Dunn of Atlantic Property Services in 47,000 s/f lease

Hauppauge, NY Package All has taken the art of logistics and made it a science. Servicing the healthcare, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, sports, fitness and food & beverage industries, they hold their clients’ bulk packaging inventory and

Bohemia Realty Group launches new staging divison: Bohemia Staging

New York, NY Bohemia Realty Group, a full-service real estate brokerage, has launched Bohemia Staging, a new division providing interior design services for model apartments in new developments and virtual staging for

CREW New York holds luncheon: “Reaching New Heights in Brooklyn”

Brooklyn, NY CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) New York brought together a panel of women to its luncheon event, “Reaching New Heights in Brooklyn.” Kristie Maduro, Karen Hu, Sally Gilliland, Lissa So and Tina Isselbacher discussed their backgrounds and careers in

Cronin joins Houlihan Lawrence in Brewster

Brewster, NY According to Houlihan Lawrence, agent Stacey Cronin has joined its brokerage team. Cronin has over 12 years of real estate experience and joins from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Hudson Valley Properties in Pawling, where she sold

Governor Cuomo celebrates opening of 94-unit Morris Ave. Apartments: Mixed-income, affordable housing development

Bronx, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo celebrated the opening of the Morris Ave. Apartments, a new 11-story, 94-unit, mixed-income, affordable housing development with

Cohen of TerraCRG honored at Brooklyn Arts Council's Alive with Art Gala

Brooklyn, NY According to TerraCRG, Ofer Cohen, founder and CEO, has been honored at the Alive with Art Gala hosted by the Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).

Question of the Month: How can owners and landlords avoid access discrimination claims in their commercial spaces? - by Gaetano Bizzoco

Commercial landlords are increasingly faced with lawsuits and administrative agency discrimination claims filed by disabled individuals seeking accommodations to allow equal access to office and retail spaces. Federal, state and local laws protect

Stone of Rosenberg & Estis appointed owners rep. to NYC Rent Board

New York, NY According to Rosenberg & Estis, P.C., Patti Stone has been appointed as an owner representative to the New York City Rent Guidelines Board.

New SEQRA amendments: What developers and land-use professionals need to know - by Andrea Tsoukalas Curto

The first major State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) revisions since 1996 took effect January 1, 2019. The amendment has expanded upon the list of Type II actions, with the goal of supporting policies that favor

Subcontractors Trade Association honors industry leaders at its 50th Annual Construction Awards Dinner

Manhattan, NY The Subcontractors Trade Association (STA) hosted the 50th Annual Construction Awards Dinner on Thursday, April 11th at the Grand Hyatt located at 109 East 42nd St. in Midtown, honoring some of the construction industry’s top leaders, innovators and visionaries