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Tishman Speyer launches sales at 11 Hoyt, a 57-story residential tower

Brooklyn, NY Developer Tishman Speyer has launched sales at 11 Hoyt, its new 57-story, 770,000 s/f residential tower, which features 480 condo residences and 55,000 s/f of indoor and outdoor amenity space. The project includes a 27,000 s/f private park above street level, as well as a motor court and porte-cochere.

Strategic Capital launches leasing at River Club at Hudson Park; 24-story, 214-unit building designed by JSA

Yonkers, NY RiverClubat Hudson Park, a new rental tower located in the city’s waterfront neighborhood, has officially launched leasing...

Surecave launches Vero, a tenant screening app

New York, NY Real estate technology firm Surecave has launched a new app called Vero that allows renters to securely link their salary and e...

ACC Real Estate Services named property manager for LIC office building

Queens, NY ACCReal Estate Services, Inc.has been appointed as property manager by Van Dam Property Holdings LLC for48-18 Van Dam St. This...

F&T and SCG America’s phase one of Tangram at near sellout; Team: Margulies Hoelzli, MG Engineering and JG Neukomm

Queens, NY According to leading development companies F&T Group and SCG America, the first residential phase of Tangram

Wiggenhagen to lead Kemper System America

WEST SENECA, NY Andreas Wiggenhagen takes the helm at Kemper System America, Inc. as CEO, overseeing operations across the U.S., Canada and ...

Billow joins ADMAR as a sales representative

Albany, NYAccording to ADMAR, a construction equipment rental and sales company, Mike Billow has been hired as sales representative. In h...

Hiring an architect/engineer: Ensuring the success of any capital improvement project - by Michael Popeck

The role of the architect/engineer (design professional) is critical to the success of any capital improvement. The design professional has the experience necessary to determine the proper scope of work to ensure the desired capital improvement project is a success.

Oceans, landfills and new ways to reduce plastic pollution: Solutions are not simple - by Steven Schleider

This year, we’ll throw away enough plastic to circle the earth four times. The average American throws away about 185 pounds of plastic. Collectively, we throw away 35 billion plastic water bottles annually.

Local Law 88/134 and occupied spaces: The clock is ticking for those who are required to comply - by George Crawford

Local Law 88 and Local Law 134 are upon us. And they need to be addressed.