City Bay Capital
City Bay Capital LLC is a commercial real estate advisory firm specializing in structured finance. We arrange financing throughout the capital stack for all commercial real estate asset classes at below-market terms with superior execution. Our Principals have been involved in over 120 closed transactions totaling over $1.8 billion.
Integrity, Work Ethic, Perseverance, Transparency, Humility & Community
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The state of the NYC commercial mortgage market 18 months into the COVID-19 health crisis - by Michael Zysman
The current commercial mortgage market in New York City is the most attractive it has ever been for borrowers taking out...
Big Tech’s increasing employment footprint is going to lead NYC’s post-pandemic recovery - by Michael Zysman
Big Tech companies need to be in locations that house and retain large pools of highly educated and ambitious employees....
Equip your property’s digital infrastructure to outperform competition in a post-pandemic world - by Michael Zysman
Properties equipped to accommodate the rapid acceleration of the Digital Revolution will outperform the market in a post...
Areas of strength in the NYC commercial real estate market during the COVID-19 health crisis - by Michael Zysman
There are many sectors of the New York City commercial real estate market that are performing well. Industrial real esta...
There are many investors that have been on the sidelines waiting for distressed opportunities. Unfortunately, distressed...
PPPs will be an important part of the capital stack for real estate development projects - by Michael Zysman
A good portion of the real estate development projects I work on at City Bay Capital have some level of Public-Private P...
Why the next real estate downturn might be less distressed opportunities than the 2008 and 1986 - by Michael Zysman
Why the next real estate downturn might be less distressed opportunities than the 2008 and 1986 downturns....
Why the next real estate downturn might have less distressed opportunities than the 2008 and 1986 downturns - by Michael Zysman
Why the next real estate downturn might have less distressed opportunities than the 2008 and 1986 downturns. The real es...
Tourism industry growth in NYC: Will continue to transform and cater to increased global demand - by Michael Zysman
According to the Brookings Institute, over the next 10 years the middle-class population around the world is going to in...