Long Island

Challenging a mechanic’s lien in New York: The two options that you should consider - by Vincent Pallaci

While a mechanic's lien can be a powerful tool for unpaid contractors and suppliers in New York, it can also be a thorn in the side of owners. A mechanic’s lien can cause trouble with construction loans, refinances and property sales. Of course, paying the lien is always an option.

Commercial real estate and tri-generation power systems – The NexGen green-tech solution - by Nancy Colella

With the many integrations in sustainability, such as the Green Deal, taking place throughout New York City, Long Island, and the five boroughs, it is no wonder the solutions now being deployed within the infrastructure of key producing emission building are engaging in solutions that lower risk, capital expenditures, and stronghold facility operational costs...

Braun of Brookhaven IDA and LDC honored by LIBN with Corporate Citizenship Community Impact award

Woodbury, NY Frederick Braun III, the long-time chairman of the town of Brookhaven Industrial Development Agency (IDA) and the Brookhaven Local Development Corp. (LDC), was honored by Long Island Business News (LIBN) with its Corporate Citizenship Community Impact Award.

Koziatek and Klimaszewski of H2M receive professional engineering license

Melville, NY According to H2M architects + engineer, John Koziatek, Jr. and Joshua Klimaszewski recieved their professional engineering licenses. Koziatek works as a project engineer at H2M’s headquarters. Working closely with real estate, public agency, and education clients, his experience includes electrical...

Cronin and O’Brien join Certilman Balin as partners in tax certiorari and condemnation law practice

East Meadow, NY Richard Cronin and Erin O’Brien have joined Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP as partners in the tax certiorari and condemnation law practice group. They were both formerly partners at the firm, Cronin, Cronin, Harris & O’Brien, P.C., located in Mineola.

Tsunis of GCB honored at NSASA’s 2nd Annual Golf Outing/Dinner Awards

Brookville, NY Gold Coast Bank’s (GCB) chairman & CEO, John Tsunis was honored by the Nassau/Suffolk Autism Society of America (NSASA) at their second Annual Golf Outing & Awards Dinner on June 3rd at Tam O’ Shanter Country Club. The event was put together by NSASA....

Commercial Classroom: The changing retail market - by Edward Smith

In April, CNN Business reported that 6,000 retail stores would be closing in 2019; last week Business Insider increased that closing expectation to 7,000 stores by year’s end. Some of the retailers include: Payless (2,500 stores), Gymboree (850), Dress Barn (600) Charlotte Russe (520), Family Dollar (390)....

USGBC-LI holds 12th­ Annual Building Green Dinner; Honored Shamash, Oral and Mascali at event

Hauppauge, NY The U.S. Green Building Council Long Island chapter (USGBC-LI) held their 12th Annual Building Green Dinner. The event was held at IBEW Local 25 Catering Hall  at 370 Motor Parkway on June 13th. The honorees included the following....

LIREG W and LIREG New Gen to hold Gatsby Beach event on July 25th

Wantagh, NY LIREG W and LIREG New Gen will hold “Gatsby Goes to the Beach” on July 25th from 6 to 9 p.m. This networking event will have a 1920’s flair. The event will be held at Jones Beach West Bathhouse, 2000 Ocean Pwy.

Antario and Curtis of One Realty reps tenant in 6,300 s/f lease; Hurney of Reliant Realty reps landlord

W. Sayville, NY Harry Antario, licensed real estate salesperson, and Patrick Curtis, the corporate broker for Long Island-based One Realty Services, Inc, has represented the tenant in a 6,300 s/f single-tenant NNN lease. The two-story restaurant building was built in 1985 and is valued at $1.4 million on 21 Main St.