New York City

Stenson of Brax Realty brokers $9 million sale of commercial building package

Manhattan, NY Alan Stenson, senior director of investment sales brokerage firm Brax Realty handled the sale of a 6,620 s/f package of

A Delaware Statutory Trust is an option to invest in alternative structures while still deferring gains - by Michael Packman

A real estate investor, if fortunate comes to a point where they want to sell a property at a profit. Many investors know they may be able to utilize

An attorney discusses exterior walls and roof repairs in co-ops and condos - by C. Jaye Berger

The exterior walls and roofs of buildings are like the “new frontier” people think about when they have run out of space and need to expand. I have

Salient business aspects of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 - by Sandy Klein

Months in the making amid contentious debates and dramatic overtures rivaling a Hollywood production, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) was passed into

Equip your property’s digital infrastructure to outperform competition in a post-pandemic world - by Michael Zysman

Properties equipped to accommodate the rapid acceleration of the Digital Revolution will outperform the market in a post-pandemic world.

ULI/REAP Virtual Academy returns with Spring program

New York, NY The ULI/REAP Virtual Academy in commercial real estate (CRE), a landmark partnership in diversity & inclusion launched in

GFI Realty Services arranges $2.095 million sale

Brooklyn, NY GFI Realty Services completed the $2.095 million sale of 227 Malcolm X Blvd., a mixed-use building comprised of four units and

Eastern Union graduates its 75th broker, makes training program open to the public

Brooklyn, NY Eastern Union just graduated its 75th broker and is now making the heart of its broker training program

Mavashev and Egison of Alpha Realty broker $4.5 million sale of 20-unit multifamily in Manhattan

Manhattan, NY Alpha Realty brokered the sale of 310 East 89th St. The sale price was $4.5 million.

NYC hotel industry to rebound despite negativity - by Richard Xia

Contrary to negative headlines, a number of exciting new hotels are scheduled to open their doors and welcome visitors to New York City in the near future.