Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP partner Daniel Deegan elected to the Long Island Builders Institute’s Board of DirectorsUniondale, NY According to Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP, Daniel Deegan, a partner and chair of the firm’s IDA Benefits and Government Incentives practice group, was elected to the Long Island Builders Institute’s Board of Directors
Huntington, NY During the annual meeting, the Commercial Industrial Brokers Society of Long Island (CIBS) shone a spotlight on the industry’s best and brightest in their annual awards ceremony. Among this year’s honorees was Melissa Naeder, a senior director at Cushman & Wakefield
B2K Development and Harrison Street sell 225-unit Sutton Landing at Mount Sinai to Fairfield Properties
Mount Sinai, NY Representatives of CBRE, led by the joint efforts of the N.Y. metro institutional sales team led by Jeff Dunne and Eric Apfel and the CBRE senior housing team led by Aron Will, John Sweeny, and Scott Bray negotiated the sale of Sutton Landing at Mount Sinai
Hauppauge NY Island Associates Real Estate Inc. brokered three leases totaling 14,400 s/f. Island Associates negotiated two new lease agreements for office spaces at 490 Wheeler Rd. CrowdVest Funding signed a long-term lease for 4,100 s/f of office space.
Great Neck, NY The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has approved a transaction for Gesher Center LLC to construct and equip a new four-story, 88,000 s/f apartment building at 733-741 Middle Neck Rd. and 6-8 North Rd.
Huntington, NY According to Federal Realty Investment Trust, Willliams Sonoma, J.Crew, Paris Baguette and BFT Fitness have all signed leases to join The Container Store and Whole Foods Market at Huntington Shopping Center as part of its $75 million redevelopment. Following the project’s inception in early 2022
Wyandanch, NY Jeremy Hackett of Metro Realty Services, LLC negotiated four sale transactions. Hackett sold 3,250 s/f at 406 Long Island Ave. to MBG Marble & Granite LLC for $840,000. Hackett represented the buyer and the seller, Long Island Ave LLC.
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