New York City

Will you owe capital gains tax? Consider these strategies - by Michael Packman

If you are a property owner who is selling or has sold an investment or commercial property, you probably owe or will owe capital gains taxes. The U.S. tax code allows for options that may

A lawyer discusses due diligence on real estate closings in the COVID era - by C. Jaye Berger

There is still a robust market for buying and selling co-ops, condominiums and townhouses even in the current period. However, doing due diligence to find out more about the

Boulder Group arranges $5.55m sale of Staten Island Harley Davidson

Staten Island, NY The Boulder Group completed the sale of a ground leased Harley-Davidson property located at 1973 Forest Ave. for $5.55 million.

Katz & Assocs. broker lease for Harlem Shake

Brooklyn, NY Harlem Shake is expanding through a franchise deal for a second location. Katz & Associates’ David Yablon represented Harlem Shake through

Kimco Realty releases report, hires Chernomordik

New York, NY Kimco Realty Corp., one of North America’s largest publicly traded owners and operators of open-air, grocery-anchored shopping centers and

Cresa expands New York City office, hires Parsons

New York, NY Cresa welcomes Ryan Parsons as an associate at the New York office. Parsons will be working with a team led by

Schuckman Realty facilitates 8,300 s/f lease for Walgreens

Brooklyn, NY Schuckman Realty Inc. has facilitated the leasing of street level retail space at 604 Pacific St. to Walgreens Pharmacy Health & Wellness.

Industry City welcomes abc carpet & home: 20,732 s/f

Brooklyn, NY According to Industry City, owned by Belvedere Capital, Jamestown, and Angelo Gordon & Co., abc carpet & home, a

Polsinelli of Compass closes $8.25m package of medical office condos

Manhattan, NY Adelaide Polsinelli, vice chairman of Compass, has closed on the sale of a package of medical office condos, at the Corinthian, located at 345 East 37th St., in the

Doe Fund receives $50,000 from Sterling National Bank for computer literacy program

Bronx, NY The Doe Fund received a $50,000 donation from Sterling National Bank, which will go to supporting the nonprofit’s computer skills classes.