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Doe Fund breaks ground on 90-unit affordable/supportive housing development; Designed by MHG architects; To be completed in 2021

Bronx, NY On Wednesday, May 22nd, New York City-based non-profit organization The Doe Fund broke ground to launch the construction of 90 units of affordable and supportive housing at 555 Nereid Ave., located in the Wakefield section.

Fisher House Foundation opens two new homes in the Bronx

Bronx, NY A dedication ceremony for the first Fisher Houses in New York City was held on May 22nd. The two new homes will be dedicated by Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) secretary Robert Wilkie, chairman and CEO of Fisher House Foundation,

Ceruzzi Properties launches sales at The Hayworth

Manhattan, NY Ceruzzi Properties’ The Hayworth, located at 1289 Lexington Ave. on the northeast corner of 86th St., has launched the sales of its 61 condominiums. The architect for the 21-story project was HOK.

Colliers wins award for New York-Presbyterian David H. Koch Center; 2018 project award from the BCxA Northeast chapter

New York, NY Colliers International Commissioning & Energy Services won the Building Commissioning Association (BCxA) Northeast chapter's 2018 Project Award for New Construction...

Sage Realty Corp. honored by VTS

New York, NY Sage Realty Corp., the leasing and management division of the William Kaufman Org. (WKO), was recognized by VTS, a leading leasing and asset management platform. Sage Realty received

Witkoff, Fisher Brothers and New Valley unveil grand dining room at 111 Murray

Manhattan, NY Witkoff, Fisher Brothers and New Valley, in conjunction with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing, officially unveiled the grand dining room within residential tower 111 Murray St. with a live cooking demonstration from chef

The NYC Climate Mobilization Act: How to start preparing for the future now - by David Unger and Marc Zuluaga

With the recent signing of the Climate Mobilization Act by the NYC Council, building owners and managers need to start planning for the future now. The Climate Mobilization Act stipulates that as a segment, NYC buildings greater than 25,000 s/f will be required to cut carbon emissions 40% by 2030...

EPR’s $180 million Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark opens; Project team includes RAL, Adelaar HWP, Suffolk Construction, ADG, ADCI and AKRF

Monticello, NY The Kartrite Resort & Indoor Waterpark, a new family resort destination in the Catskills set on a portion of the 1,600-acre site where Catskills bellwether The Concord Resort was formerly located, officially opened with a launch event and ribbon cutting

IRC § 1031 incidental personal property after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - by Lee Medinets

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA), PL 115-97 lowered some taxes. Most dramatically, corporate taxes were cut by 40%. However, reductions came with “revenue raisers” that helped offset lost revenue.

Many residential buildings haven’t complied with FDNY requirements – has your property complied? - by Evan Lipstein

Funeral services were held this week for a fire that killed six people at 2441 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. in a 109-year-old building run by NYCHA. Chances for a fire occurring without warning is all too real, fires don’t discriminate whether you live in Trump Tower or Harlem.