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Station Companies’ 14 Second Ave. condominium development reaches 30% sold

Manhattan, NY Station Companies sold two residences in the anticipated 14 Second Ave. condominium development. These closings bring the total sold to three out of 10 units, even before construction wraps on the project. The condominium project is expected to receive

Company of the Month: Outsource Consultants, Inc; Celebrating 30 years of building together

Manhattan, NY What started out as small talk between two idealistic young men turned out to be the seed of an entrepreneurial dream that allowed four friends to work and build together, resulting in the inception of Outsource Consultants, Inc. in 1993.

Syska Hennessy Group promotes Brennen to chairman and Izzo president/CEO

Manhattan, NY The board of Syska Hennessy Group, the international engineering firm, has elevated Gary Brennen to chairman and Cyrus Izzo to president and CEO. Both previously served as co-presidents. In his new role, Brennen will work

BOMA NY Energy Action Day

Manhattan, NY Following its yearly participation with Earth Day, BOMA New York produced its annual signature event – Energy Action Day. On April 26th, the breakfast seminar at midtown’s Club 101 attracted the most notable CRE owners, managers, and service providers.

MHT Lighting relaunches as MHT Technologies

Manhattan, NY A 14-year-old lighting firm and the owner of three U.S. building automation patents is relaunching under a new name, MHT Technologies. Formerly MHT Lighting, the company is changing more than its name. According to chief revenue officer Ira Horowitz,

PWC New York's MWBE committee to host annual MWBE Connect Summit on May 18

Manhattan, NY On May 18th, Professional Women in Construction’s (PWC) Minority and/or Women-owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) Committee is hosting their annual MWBE Connect Summit at the Shaw Showroom. Panelists will be discussing current projects and opportunities

Laser cleaning: The safer and more effective solution for large-scale restoration - by Ron Fanish

Large-scale restoration projects are major undertakings — indeed, in severe cases restoring a property or other structure can be more time consuming than simply building a new one. There are many elements and techniques that go into a large-scale restoration project,

Lendlease breaks ground on 1 Java Street - largest
residential geothermal building in New York

Brooklyn, NY Lendlease and joint venture partner Aware Super have started construction on 1 Java St., an 834-unit residential development along the Greenpoint waterfront that, upon completion, will be New York State’s largest geothermal residential building.

Do you need to prepare for Local Law 97? What does that mean to your building... and bottom line? - by Jared Forman

New York City enacted Local Law 97 (LL97) as part of the Climate Mobilization Act with the goal of an 80% emissions reduction by the year 2050. Starting in 2024, there will be annual energy related fines, or prescriptive measures for your buildings that need to be completed to be in compliance

IREM NYC members tour the New York Life Building

Manhattan, NY Sharon Hart, CPM, senior director, New York Life Investors; Bob Sweeney, senior account director, Cushman & Wakefield and Anthony Greco, chief engineer, Cushman & Wakefield took IREM members on a basement to roof tour of the magnificent New York Life Building.