New York City

TerraCRG brokers long-term commercial lease with City Kids at 240 Meeker St. - 11,279 s/f

Brooklyn, NY TerraCRG has completed a long-term commercial lease with City Kids, an experienced preschool and after-school enrichment center, at 240 Meeker St. in East Williamsburg. City Kids’ owner, Nicole Collins, has agreed to a 20-year

Annual property assessments in New York City: Should you file a tax assessment protest?

Much has changed since the 2019/20 New York City assessment roll went “final” in late May of 2019. That’s when our state and

Buslik and Levy of Adams lease 17,610 s/f; Koeppel of Koeppel Rosen assists

Manhattan, NY According to Adams & Co. Real Estate, LLC, Public Clothing Company, Inc., which markets and distributes upscale men and women’s fashion brands,

Newmark Group acquires Harper Dennis Hobbs

New York, NY Newmark Group, Inc. has acquired retail specialist Harper Dennis Hobbs Holdings Limited (HDH), a real estate advisory firm based in London.

Sukenik Glazer Team joins Compass

Manhattan, NY According to Compass, real estate agents Darren Sukenik and Benjamin Glazer joined the firm. The Sukenik Glazer Team is one of the city’s top residential teams

Hanshow showcases Digitized Store Solutions technology at NRF Expo

New York, NY Hanshow Technology showcased its digitized store solutions at National Retail Federation (NRF) Expo. The event was held January

S3 Capital Partners places $250m loan for McSam Hotel Group

Manhattan, NY S3 Capital Partners LP, a private lending platform, has provided a $250 million loan to the McSam Hotel Group LLC

VTS launches VTS Retail and Retail Advisory Board

New York, NY VTS, the commercial real estate industry’s leading leasing and asset management platform, unveiled VTS Retail

Park Tower Group welcomes Eleva to Greenpoint Landing

Brooklyn, NY Greenpoint Landing, a 22-acre development site that stretches for half a mile along the borough’s waterfront, weclomed its first tenant, Eleva,

Why the next real estate downturn might be less distressed opportunities than the 2008 and 1986 - by Michael Zysman

Why the next real estate downturn might be less distressed opportunities than the 2008 and 1986 downturns.