New York, NY
As of April 1st, all smoke detecting alarm devices that are solely operated by battery power shall employ a non-removable, non-replaceable battery that powers the deviceNew York, NY
Nuveen Real Estate has hired two portfolio managers for its office and industrial sector strategies. The new hires – Chad Phillips and Brian Tilton –report to Rahul Idnani, Nuveen Real Estate’s global COO and U.S. head of portfolio management. Bronx, NY
In September, The New York Times
reported on the building boom in the South Bronx. Since then, developers have been flooding to the area, bringing about new residentialManhattan, NY
The Ammann, a new condominium development at 40 Pinehurst Ave., on the corner of 179th St. in Hudson Heights, has received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO), enabling buyers to close
White Plains, NY
The Westchester County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has approved resolutions of intent to provide financial incentives for a $95 million apartment complex to be built
Real estate brokers – for both commercial and single-family residential properties – often regard property taxes as potential deal-killers for one of two reasons. In the first scenario, based on potential sale value,
On Earth Day, NYC’s mayor’s office and city council unveiled NYC’s Green New Deal referred to as “The Climate Mobilization Act,” a package of bills to reduce NYC’s carbon emissions 40% by 2030 and 80% by 2050 (aka 80x50).
We did not coin the headline of this article. It’s the title of a brilliant documentary about the relationship between the natural world and built environment; how deprivation from being around nature negatively affects us; and how being around nature is beneficial to our health, state of mind and productivity.
The city council has just passed Int No. 1253, which is awaiting the mayor’s signature as this article is written. The bottom line is that by 2050, there will be a required reduction of Greenhouse Gasses in New York City of 80%. To achieve this mandated goal, buildings will be evaluated on the basisManhattan, NY
The Rudin Family, one of New York City’s leading owners, operators and developers of privately owned real estate, has completed construction of the redesigned lobby of its 30-story office building at 55 Broad St.