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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.

NYC Carbon Emissions Penalty Taxes for not-for-profit health centers, hospitals and HIP centers - by George Crawford

New York City has just set limits on carbon emissions for all covered buildings (Int. No. 1253-C). If your building files Benchmarking Reports, your building is a covered building and is required to comply. It is a given that literally every single covered building will need to take some action as mandated by Int. No. 1253-C.

PWC holds Healthcare Forum at The Manhattan Club - April 24th

New York, NY On April 24th, Professional Women in Construction (NY) held its annual Healthcare Construction Forum at The Manhattan Club. The morning consisted of networking reception followed by two engaging, informative panel discussions with industry leaders.

ACEC NY awards scholarships to 21 New York engineering students; Lin and Rahman recieve Award of merit scholarships

New York, NY Twenty-one engineering students attending colleges and universities in NYS will receive $65,000 collectively in scholarships from member firms and regions of the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York (ACEC NY).

Greater N.Y. IREM offers Sexual Harassment Prevention Training; Presented seminar for 130 RY Management employees

New York, NY The Greater New York chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) joined forces with attorneys Dona Kahn and Karol Robinson from Anderson Kill and presented a seminar on sexual harassment prevention to a crowd of over 130 RY Management employees

BOMA New York holds May Lunch & Learn program; Presented by Trystate Mechanical/Donnelly Mechanical

New York, NY The BOMA New York boardroom filled up to listen to a team of presenters from Trystate Mechanical and Donnelly Mechanical – both an Engie Co. – to impart their collective wisdom on the existing model for electricity

Summer is here! The rules for grilling in New York City
apartment buildings - by Petro Zinkovetsky

Memorial Day, which marks the unofficial beginning of the summer season and with it the unofficial beginning of grilling season, is fast approaching.  Although there are plenty of locations within NYC’s public parks where you can get the grill fired up finding an available barbecue pit ...

Executive of the Month: Paredes, general manager of Safety Supplies Unlimited and TSC Training Academy – NJ

Bayonne, NJ When Saeideh Paredes walks through the streets of New York City, she looks up often to see the skyscrapers towering above, sometimes 70 or more stories high. “I look like a tourist – I even take photos!” she said. Now general manager of Total Safety Consulting’s (TSC) ...