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Commercial Classroom: Could this be the end of the current commercial real estate cycle? - by Edward Smith

Typically, real estate cycles last about 10 years, during which property values go up slowly at first, then rapidly towards the end of the cycle. When values push the market

NYSSCPA names Brenner vice chair of the Accounting & Review Services Committee

Garden City, NY According to Janover LLC, Sharon Brenner, CPA, a principal at the firm has been named vice chair of the Accounting Review and Services Committee of the New York State Society of CPAs

IREON members to host live webinar “Cocktails and Conversation” July 14th

Islandia, NY According to Steve Kirschner, founder & CEO of IREON, IREON members will be presenting a live webinar on Tuesday, July 14th at 4 PM.

Lisi of Forchelli Deegan Terrana installed as president-elect of the Nassau County Bar Association

Uniondale, NY According to Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP, (FDT) Gregory Lisi, a partner and chair of the firm’s Employment & Labor practice group, was installed as

OSHA compliance…and beyond under COVID - by Thomas Bianco

As businesses open up, employers are faced with multiple limitations, requirements, and guidance issued by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, Center for Disease Control,

Which little pig do you want to be – in hindsight? - by Vince Capogna

In the summer of 2005, while on vacation at his Crawford Texas ranch, then President George W. Bush began reading a newly published book on the 1918 flu pandemic. Alarmed by what he read, he advocated for

Repositioning margins and sustainable resources within a COVID-19 climate - by Nancy Colella

New York City, the five boroughs and surrounding municipalities have been affected and continue to review the many segments conflicted with the continuous economic shutdown, one, which during this lifetime has

PPP loans now better than ever but time is ticking for tenants and real estate professionals to apply - by Neil Seiden

Commercial tenants are failing to pay rent, asking for rent reductions or deferrals creating challenges for landlords across the country. No one has been hit harder than

Hildreth Real Estate Advisors buys Southampton, LI retail building $1.325 million

Southampton, NY Hildreth Real Estate Advisors purchased a commercial property at 59 Maple St. for $1.325 million that houses a Hertz Car Rental office, across from the village’s Long Island Railroad Station. The 1,828 s/f, one-story stucco building,

Picking the best regulatory program to address your environmental impact - by Chuck Merritt

Many times, when purchasing commercial real estate, addressing environmental impacts can be part of the transaction. Typically, a phase one Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) will bear out these concerns which may include former industrial & manufacturing sites