Erik Rodriguez of Rodriguez Commercial Realty (RCR) has completed the $3.15 million sale of 862 East 17th
St., located in the Ditmas Park/Flatbush Malls neighborhood. The propertyManhattan, NY
Cindy Farkas Glanzrock, a commercial real estate broker and curator, with a focus on gallery leasing and an art lobbyist who founded and operates Glanzrock Curatorial Services, has launchedBronx, NY
Madison Realty Capital, has signed Westhab to Union Crossing. The community development non-profit organization is the building’s first tenant and has signed a 10-year, 8,233 s/f lease at theNew York, NY
Columbia Property Trust, Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Normandy Real Estate Management, LLC, a leading developer, operator and investment manager of office and mixed-use
Dennis McCoy and Gary Pezza of NAI Long Island represented both F45 Training (Alberts Group) and the respective landlords in the lease of four different locations in Huntington, Hauppauge, Massapequa and Syosset. The following retail leases total 10,111 s/f:New York, NY
Jimmy Javier, an assistant vice president at HelmsleySpear, passed away on October 25 at the age of 72. Javier was an accomplished and highly respected commercial broker with more than 35 years of commercial leasing and sales experience.Brooklyn, NY
TerraCRG has completed the sale of the commercial building at 15 Vanderbilt Ave. in Clinton Hill. Dan Marks, Daniel Lebor and Garrett Allen of TerraCRG represented the seller in the $3.225 million closing. “We’re happy to announce the sale...Manhattan, NY
RFR has signed two new financial firm leases totaling 20,739 s/f at 477 Madison Ave., 60 days after acquiring the property and subsequently launching a comprehensive capital improvement program to elevate the quality of the building.
Real estate developers have long been smitten with Brooklyn, with their sights set on the upside potential offered by its eclectic neighborhoods, such as Flatbush. As construction continues on several high-profile projects, the cost of land in central Brooklyn is poised to climb as investors take advantage...
After over twenty years in New York City real estate, I would have never dreamed the city’s own legislators would endeavor to amputate the multi-billion dollar hand that feeds it. As if the recent rent law transformations in Albany weren’t damaging enough to owners of multifamily...