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The New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) recently sat down with Jeff Torkin, this month’s executive of the month. Torkin is a principal at Timber Equities, a NYC-based development firm with a current pipeline of projects in Upper Manhattan andManhattan, NY
According to national developer GID Development Group, a division of GID, closings are underway at Waterline Sq., the three-building luxury residential development located along the Hudson River. Waterline Square has begun welcoming its
With a highly impressive resume of working with some of the most prominent companies, including 1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, Metro North Railroad, Omnicom Group, Ruben Companies,
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IREM NYC said good-bye to long-time member Terry Anne Havel, who recently retired. Havel joined IREM in 1983 and from that point on she was committed to the organization.Washington, DC
On March 10th
Dawn Carpenter, CPM, IREM senior vice president attended IREM’s Annual Capitol Hill Fly-in, which offers IREM members an opportunity to meet with their federal legislators and advocate for Albany, NY
On March 4, 2020 the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC New York) was recognized by Capital Region CANstruction and The Food Pantries for The Capital District asNew York, NY
On March 4th
the Professional Development Advisory Council (PDAC), one of the four committees at Professional Women in Construction New York, held its first panel discussion of 2020
West Seneca, NY
Kemper System America, Inc. will feature a new odor-free alternative to white roofs and a versatile roof flashing at industry events this year. The company plans to demo the new Kemperol 1K-LF Flashing, designed for quick, durable repairs, at their booths.
As if property owners in New York don’t have enough uncertainty to cope with. Well-intentioned lawmakers perennially tinker with an existing dysfunctional property tax system only to create deeper problems. The only law that usually succeeds when this occurs is the one of