Asian Americans for Equality (AAFE) was joined by city council members Carlina Rivera and Margaret Chin, officials with the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and NYC Housing Development Corp.West Seneca, NY
Kemper System America, Inc. introduces Kemperol 1K-LF Flashing, designed for quick, durable roof repairs. Kemperol is a solvent-free, low-odor system that adheres to substrates without a primer, and is fully reinforced forManhattan, NY
The Howard Hughes Corp. (HHC) celebrated the topping out of the Tin Building in the Seaport District at Pier 17. Attended by over 100 community partners, families and elected officials, the event included New York, NY
The Greater New York Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management is proud to be able to donate $12,617.88 from their October 14th
sporting clay shoot to “You Gotta Believe.”
New York, NY
The Greater New York Chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management has named those to be honored at their annual dinner and awards on January 23rd
, 2020 at 230 FIFTH.
While New York City construction spending hit historic levels in 2019, history may record this year as the turning point when policies that encourage growth were tested and the need for new advocacy from those who steward the builtNew York, NY
Professional Women in Construction (PWC) is celebrating the 2019 “20 under 40” outstanding women in construction on December 10 at their annual holiday party, held at Bryant Park Grill.Yonkers, NY
Ginsburg Development Companies joined with mayor Mike Spano to unveil plans to create a park in the Greystone neighborhood that will link Warburton Ave. to the Old Croton Aqueduct State Trail.
Union labor will build all of Fordham Landing, according to developer Gary Segal, Dynamic Star’s president and CEO. This is an historic agreement for both the construction and development industries.
The construction safety training landscape in New York City shifted dramatically in 2017 with the passage of Local Law 196. The law increased the baseline safety training requirements for many NYC construction sites.