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Amenities serve a purpose in today’s workplaces: Organizations re-examining offerings to employees - by Megan Spinos

Organizations are re-examining the amenities they offer employees to better align with the changing nature of work and high expectations for the workplace experience. We’re shifting away from the obvious (food and beverage) and frivolous (ping-pong tables) to providing access to amenities that are more meaningful to the individual...

Proactive engineering: Asking the right questions to ensure a successful project by Matt Grobert and Jessica Vail

It is often anticipated that taking on a large construction project will likely lead to the dreaded “change order.”  A change order includes work that is added (or removed) from the original scope; which could cause a change in the overall project’s pricing and timeline. As a precaution, it can be factored into the loan and financial planning...

Are you violating the 14-day deposit return rule? How new rent laws in New York affect security deposits - by Omri Dor

The new rent laws are here, and real estate professionals all over New York State are still coming to grips with the full extent of this change. The most glaring changes have to do with a landlord’s ability to raise rent on rent-stabilized units, an issue that has received widespread coverage. One part which has received less attention...

PWC holds Mentorship Panel in July at Syracuse University; Moderated by Co of Syracuse University

Syracuse, NY On July 24th, Professional Women in Construction New York’s (PWC-NY) Mentorship Committee hosted its first panel of the year on career growth and development at Syracuse University – Fisher Center. The event started with a networking reception followed by a panel discussion. 

ACEC NY inducts new officers and directors for 2019-20; Cascino of AECOM accepts position as chair

New York, NY The American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC New York) inducted a new slate of officers and directors at the association’s Annual Meeting on June 5th at the Union League Club in New York City. All officers’ and directors’ terms began on July 1st.

IREM NYC swears in Caulfield of Kimco Realty as an ACoM; Chapter to hold sporting Clay Fundraiser on October 14th

New York, NY Stephanie Caulfield, general manager at Kimco Realty was recently sworn in as an IREM Accredited Commercial Manager (ACoM). This designation is for those who are passionate about commercial management and have the credibility and expertise to back that up.

BOMA New York captures the global stage and prepares for the 2020 Pinnacle Awards

New York, NY BOMA International presented 17 International TOBY Awards at the annual conference last month. Two NYC buildings returned with the TOBY, beating dozens of buildings from around the globe. The Hearst Tower won “Best Corporate Facility,

Ingrao-designed residential amenities unveiled at 35 Hudson Yards

Manhattan, NY Hudson Yards unveils 22,000 s/f of private residential amenities on the 24th and 6th floors at 35 Hudson Yards, along with new model residences on the 55th and 65th floors. The building features architecture by David Childs and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; interiors by designer Tony Ingrao; and an array of elevated in-building lifestyle services provided by ...

Enterprise completes $82M deal to create senior housing; Team: HCR, HPD, Fortune Society, Bronx Pro Grp. & UMCS

Bronx, NY Enterprise Housing Credit Investments, LLC, NYS Homes and Community Renewal (HCR), the NYS Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the Fortune Society, Bronx Pro Group, and the United Methodist City Society (UMCS) have...

FirstService appointed to oversee property management at 53 West 53rd above MoMA

Manhattan, NY FirstService Residential, a leading property management company, has been appointed to oversee the management of 53 West 53rd St., an 82-story condominium property in Midtown. Located adjacent to and above the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA),