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What the new bird friendly Local Law 15 means to you - by Heath Waldorf

Bird safe buildings have been a growing part of the NYC skyline for years. Some examples of New York City architecture that incorporate the principles of bird-friendly design include The New York Times Building, Interactive Corp.’s headquarters, Cooper Union, and the renovated Jacob Javits Convention Center which

Q&A with RXR Realty's Joseph Graziose on new Clinton Place development and their commitment to New Rochelle - by Matthew O'Shaughnessy

Scott Rechler, Todd Rechler, Joseph Graziose, Michael Maturo and their able associates at powerhouse RXR Realty have in past years found another real estate niche, this time in New Rochelle. The company

Reopening your commercial building post-New York on PAUSE - by Joseph Roselli

New York State’s phased reopening after governor Cuomo’s “New York on PAUSE” order in March doesn’t mean things go back to the way they were before. Building owners must make special considerations in how best to

Norden Lofts - Urban luxury apartments now available in White Plains 

The sprawling city of White Plains has always been known for great shopping, a vibrant downtown, well-known restaurants and has been a developer's dream with esteemed buildings such as The Ritz Carlton, Trump Plaza and more adding cache, elegance and lineage

BOMA New York is resilient, focused and dedicated - by Hani Salama

All New Yorkers and every industry have been affected by the pandemic. Proven time and time again, New Yorkers are resilient and regardless the situation, we rise to the occasion.

Meet the IREM Member: Sharon Hart Fanelli, CPM

Name: Sharon Hart Fanelli, CPM Title/Co.: Account Director, Cushman & Wakefield Business basics: I’ve been with Cushman &...

IREM NYC to offer virtual learning for IREM credentials

New York, NY IREM isn’t letting the pandemic stop our members from earning their IREM credentials. They are now offering courses virtually.

ACEC New York awards $80,000 in scholarships to 24 New York engineering students

New York, NY Twenty-four engineering students attending colleges and universities in New York State will receive $80,000 collectively in scholarships from

PWC hosts online panel: Building Resiliency in Today’s Workplace

New York, NY On May 21st, Professional Women in Construction (PWC) hosted a virtual panel discussion on responding to the changing workplace. “Building Resiliency in Today’s New Workplace” was organized and

Hartz Mountain Industries unveils Hamilton Cove: 573 residences

Weehawken, NJ Hartz Mountain Industries, a private family-owned and operated company known for its real estate holdings in major East Coast markets, officially launched leasing at Hamilton Cove,