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IREM NYC education offerings for 2021

New York, NY The IREM NYC chapter has decided to continue to offer courses virtually in the new year. This means that if you’re thinking about becoming a Certified Property Manager

BOMA New York – 2021 with an optimistic lens - by Hani Salama

Happy New Year! As we enter 2021 and I look back at the previous year, my heart fills with gratitude, pride, and hope. Despite the year afflicted by a pandemic, rallies and social unrest, the commercial real estate industry carried New York City on its shoulders.

The Doe Fund receives Temporary Certificate of Occupancy for Villa House

New York, NY According to The Doe Fund, it has received a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy for Villa House, which will serve formerly homeless individuals and individuals or households from the NYCHA waitlist with

The Doe Fund celebrates topping out of 980 Westchester Ave. in the Bronx with Bolivar Development

Bronx, NY The Doe Fund celebrated a topping out ceremony for its latest real estate development at 980 Westchester Ave. in the Foxhurst neighborhood.

MWSK to offer The Sterionizer, neutralizes and eliminates pathogens and air contaminants

New York, NY MWSK Equipment is now offering The Sterionizer, an HVAC technology that neutralizes and eliminates pathogens and contaminants in the air through the use of ions. Producing 10 billion to 1 trillion ions, The Sterionizer generates a large density of positive and negative charged

Executive of the Month: Jared Kleinman, VP of marketing & business development for AFA Protective Systems

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal (NYREJ) sat down with Jared Kleinman, vice president of marketing and business development for AFA Protective Systems, Inc. (AFA) and this month’s Executive of the Month. AFA is a 147-year-old Fire Alarm and Security Systems provider

Clearing the air on COVID safety in commercial spaces - by Gandolfo Schiavone & Ryan Schiavone

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the virus has changed the way we interact with indoor space. Offices in New York City remain mostly empty, with a recent survey showing that only about 15% of the Manhattan workforce is expected to return by the end of the year. Restaurants, houses of worship

MHACY and TCB close on $56m financing for redevelopment project

Yonkers, NY One of the largest affordable housing redevelopment projects in the region reached another milestone with the closing on financing for 178 Warburton at The Ridgeway, a new $56 million mixed-income residential complex of 81 apartment homes in Southwest Yonkers

Adam America Real Estate surpasses 50% sold at 561 Pacific

Brooklyn, NY According to Adam America Real Estate, 561 Pacific, one of the best-selling condominiums during the pandemic, has reached several project milestones. Located in the Boerum Hill neighborhood, the ODA New York-designed luxury condominium has already surpassed 50% in sales.

Gotham launches pet concierge at Gotham West

Manhattan, NY Developer, manager and owner Gotham, is pleased to launch a pet concierge at its Hells Kitchen property, Gotham West.As ‘pandemic pets’ have become a reality for New Yorkers across the city, the responsibilities –grooming, training, exercising–