Long Island

Rochlin Organization leases 6,425 s/f at 1600 Stewart Ave. to Long Island Vitreoretinal Consultants of New York

Westbury, NY According to commercial real estate services firm The Rochlin Organization, Long Island Vitreoretinal Consultants of New York (LIVC) has signed a long-term lease for

Cronheim Mortgage secures $12m for 115,000 s/f shopping center

Patchogue, NY Cronheim Mortgage has secured $12 million in financing for a 115,000 s/f grocery-anchored shopping center known as Sunwave Plaza.

ATTOM acquires GeoData Plus, works to increase real estate transparency

Melville, NY ATTOM, curator of one of the nation’s premier property databases, has acquired GeoData Plus, a leading application for in-depth property research, valuation, and

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Marketing your commercial real estate - by David Hunt

Q: I own an industrial building and my tenant has informed me that they will not be renewing the lease next year. What’s the best way to find a tenant and lease the building quickly?

P.W. Grosser Consulting promotes 13 associates

Bohemia, NY P.W. Grosser Consulting, Inc. (PWGC) has promoted 13 associates who, through their hard work, dedication, eagerness to learn and accept greater responsibilities,

Mark Design Studios celebrates ground breaking of
$4 million Plainedge High School Cafeteria Commons project

Massapequa, NY Plainedge High School recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction for its Cafeteria Commons project that will

Eastman Cooke renovates 25,000 s/f corporate
offices for Family & Children’s Association

Garden City, NY Eastman Cooke & Associates, a mid-sized construction company based in Long Island and Manhattan, is close to completing a major renovation of the

Colantonio and Gottlieb of Schuckman sell 7-Eleven: $1.51 million

Oceanside, NY Schuckman Realty handled the sale of a single tenant 7-Eleven asset at 65 Atlantic Ave. 7-Eleven has been operating at this location since 2006. The sale price was

President Biden’s Tax Proposal and “The Perfect Storm” - What it means for real estate - by Robert Gilman

In the movie, The Perfect Storm, based on a true story, the captain of the commercial fishing vessel, the Andrea Gail, made the fateful decision to head to the Flemish Cap where he expected his luck would improve

Commercial Classroom, back to basics: Overcoming objections, part 2 - by Ed Smith

In Part 2 we will look at overcoming commission objections. This too should be addressed in your listing presentation. You need to show the client what you can do for them, that they cannot do for themselves. Itemize the skills you bring to the transaction,