Long Island

Real property transfers prior to filing a mechanic’s lien and a contractor’s recourse under the lien law - by Andrew Richards and Giulia Escobar

Generally speaking, pursuant to New York Lien Law §10, a mechanic’s lien can be filed at any time during construction and within eight months after the last day work is performed at the project.

COVID-19 may provide real estate taxpayers another chance to reduce taxes - by John Terrana and Gabriella Botticelli

New York property owners who routinely challenge their real estate taxes are probably familiar with the three-year moratorium that applies in many tax certiorari settlements.

Nassau County LEAC to assist Kellenberg HS $10.2 million bond sale

Uniondale, NY According to Richard Kessel, chairman of the Nassau County Local Economic Assistance Corp., (LEAC) the agency has given preliminary approval of $10.2 million in bond financing to

LIREG presents two local charities with emergency grants

Westbury, NY LIREG co-presidents Sean Cronin and Allison Brennan awarded emergency grants to two Long Island charities.

Hunt Corp. Commercial Real Estate Q&A: Dual agency - by David Hunt

Q: We are in the process of hiring an exclusive broker to represent us in leasing office space for our new corporate headquarters. He mentioned the possibility of dual agency in handling this assignment.  What is dual agency and how would it affect us?

Nassau County IDA gives preliminary approval for economic development incentives

Mineola, NY According to Richard Kessel, chairman of the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency (IDA), the agency’s board has given preliminary approval to a package of

Meridian Capital Group arranges $2.325m financing for Westhampton Beach Beehive Bungalows

Westhampton Beach, NY Meridian Capital Group arranged $2.325 million in acquisition financing for the purchase and repositioning of The Beehive Bungalows on behalf of First Dunes Development, the coastal development division of Chatham Development Co.

COVID-19 may provide RE taxpayers another chance to reduce taxes - by John Terrana and Gabriella Botticelli

New York property owners who routinely challenge their real estate taxes are probably familiar with the three-year moratorium that applies in many tax certiorari settlements. In all of New York State, excluding Nassau County and New York City, unless

Canzoneri and Mancini of Five Point Real Estate handle $2.7 million sale

St. James, NY Five Point Real Estate completed the sale of 417 North Country Rd., a free-standing Starbucks net lease investment property. The location, originally a former People’s Bank that had closed with two years remaining on their lease,

Hunt named executive vice president and president-elect of Suffolk County Council BSA

Plainview, NY According to Hunt Corporate Services, Inc., David Hunt, president of Hunt, was named executive vice president of Suffolk County Council, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) at their annual business meeting.