New York City

Fried Frank acts as counsel to Brookfield for $835 million financing

New York, NY Fried Frank acted as counsel to Brookfield in connection with its $835 million financing for One New York Plaza. The commercial mortgage-backed security financing was

COVID in the courts: Trends in pandemic-era commercial real estate litigation - by Courtney Statfeld and Daniel Hendler

Like crises before it, the COVID pandemic brings a wave of novel litigation that will shape industries for years to come. Since the pandemic began, stakeholders across CRE have

The unveiling of the new Moynihan Train Hall - by Joe Aquino

The new Moynihan Train Hall, which connects to Penn Station, should provide a tremendous boost to the retail scene in the lower part of Midtown Manhattan. Retailers in and around the

Klosed Properties acquires 32,000 s/f Brooklyn multifamily for $2.5 million

Brooklyn, NY Klosed Properties acquired 285 Quincy St. for $2.5 million. The property is a 21-unit multifamily

Villamagna and Stewart of Cronheim Mortgage secure $42.1 million for multifamily portfolio

Manhattan, NY Cronheim Mortgage secured $42.1 million in permanent financing for a portfolio of six Upper East Side apartment buildings. The portfolio encompasses a total of 131 apartments, ranging from studios to luxury three-bedroom layouts, and two, ground floor commercial units.

Williams Equities completes lease extension with Home Depot

Manhattan, NY Williams Equities has completed a long-term, 120,000 s/f extension with Home Depot at the ownership group’s 28 & 40 West 23rd St.

Katz & Associates represents 7-Eleven franchisees for three new NYC stores

Manhattan, NY Katz & Associates is helping convenience retailer 7-Eleven grow its footprint. Katz’s Scott Sher represented 7-Eleven franchisees for three new

Cushman & Wakefield sells retail condo for $1.9 million

Manhattan, NY Cushman & Wakefield arranged the sale of 363 Greenwich St., a 2,015 s/f retail condo in Tribeca.

Contactless parking technology helps commercial properties suffering from lower profits during COVID-19 pandemic - by Jerry Skillett

Over six years ago when Apple Pay was unveiled, it was a watershed moment for the mobile payment industry. The technology was being hailed a “contactless mobile” payment. It boosted growth for

Keybank secures $40 million financing for NYC healthcare facility

New York, NY KeyBank Real Estate Capital (KBREC) secured $40 million of fixed-rate financing for a group of investors who own and operate skilled nursing facilities to refinance a healthcare facility.