Engel Burman, a full-service real estate firm, redefined assisted living on Long Island 20 years ago with the creation of The Bristal Assisted Living communities. Continuing their tradition of innovation, they are now offering Islandia, NY
Pal-O-Mine Equestrian, a not-for-profit agency providing therapeutic horseback riding and other programs for individuals with disabilities and other vulnerable populations, has received a charitable grant of $28,000 from theAmityville, NY
Michael Freedberg of Suffolk Industrial Properties closed the sale of 6000 New Horizons Blvd. for $3.65 million. The building totals 24,000 s/f with 96 parking spaces, on two acres in the New Horizons Industrial Park.
To be continually successful in commercial real estate you need to prospect every day, this includes cold calling. The challenge is to get the “decision maker” on the phone, which often means getting past their secretary. A simple solution that
Port Jefferson, NY
The New York State Association of Realtors honored Lisa Jaeger as one of two honorees of its 2019 Community Service Award in recognition for her dedication and involvement in cancer awareness and assisting the feral cat andWoodbury, NY
According to Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP, (FDT) Land Use & Zoning associate Brian Kennedy was selected as a recipient of LIBN’s 40 Under 40 Award, whichHauppauge, NY
The Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc. (LIHP) hass appointed Jill Rosen-Nikoloff, Esq. as senior VP and general counsel.Hempstead, NY
Hofstra University has entered into a partnership with one of the region’s leading independent real estate schools, Leap EDU, to offer a wide range of real estate professional training courses at its campus.
According to 365 Data Centers, a provider of cloud, connectivity, and data center services for enterprise, carrier, and content customers, it has acquired a data center facility at 500 Commack Rd. from mindSHIFT TechnologiesMelville, NY
Leading Long Island real estate professionals said that the region’s industrial property market remains strong as new mega warehouses near development, while housing developers said that Long Island has been unable to