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Demand increases for transit-oriented workforce housing: Opportunities for investors and renters - by Ron Kutas

In June, NYS passed the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019, a far-reaching effort to expand the scope of rent regulations. The impact has been swift and dramatic. In addition to the long-term effects on the NYC rental housing market...

How companies can get the most benefits during the solar purchasing process - by Yaniv Kalish

Installing solar panels offers numerous business benefits, including strong financial returns, immediate tax advantages and lasting environmental benefits. Many companies are aware of the benefits, but are not sure how or where to get started.

What are the strategic alternatives to a Qualified Improvement Property (QIP)? - by Carly Ferris

Qualified Improvement Property (QIP) has undergone a number of changes over the years and is currently at the center of a major controversy following a drafting error in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

What commercial real estate borrowers need to know before applying for a loan - by Chris Mavros

Before a commercial real estate  borrower engages a traditional or other lending institution, he or she needs to be aware of the ground rules. The basics can be boiled down to a set of what I call the “top 10” rules. Investors that ignore them could...

PWC-NY holds PDAC’s third quarter event on September 10th; Focused on salary negotiations and promotions

New York, NY PWC’s Professional Development Advisory Council’s (PDAC) third quarter event held on September 10th at AllSteel Showroom tackled the industry’s most elusive topic: Compensation.

QBS: Choosing experienced firms for public projects - by Jay Simson

Qualifications-Based Selection (QBS), a procurement process widely used throughout New York State and the country, designates superior qualifications and experience as the paramount basis for selecting engineering and architectural professionals...

IREM NYC holds Rent Regulation luncheon on September 20th; Keynoted by David of Crain’s New York Business

New York, NY The Greater New York chapter of IREM held a "Rent Regulation: What Happens Now" luncheon on September 20th at Union League Club. The keynote speaker was Greg David of Crain's New York Business...

Einhaus of iES addresses attendees of BOMA NY Lunch & Learn

New York, NY After an active summer break, BOMA New York re-engaged its Lunch & Learn program and welcomed another sold out crowd to its midtown office for a presentation by Eddie Einhaus, general manager of Integrated Energy Services (iES).

Executive of the Month: Lara McNicol is making a difference in people’s lives every day at TSC Training Academy

Queens, NY "I know that what I do makes a difference in people's lives. Safety training prevents accidents and injuries and delivers people home safely at the end of the day. Yet, my work goes beyond that. I assist workers in finding their place and help them transition to a different capacity....

START, DelShah Capital and OTL break ground on $100.5 million tower; Project team includes: Titanium Construction and CetraRuddy

Brooklyn, NY Joint-venture partners START Treatment & Recovery Centers, Delshah Capital and OTL Enterprises have launched the first phase of a $100.5 million construction project for 22 Chapel St.—a residential tower that will contain START's headquarters