A new residential development set to be built in the Jamaica neighborhood will create new affordable housing and bring significant investment into the community at a time when COVID-19 has continued to present severe economic challenges. Zara Realty’s new nine-story, 218,000 s/f residential building
strong>Bronx, NY A recently completed multifamily mixed-use project selected Crystal Window & Door System’s new AC85 Sound Reduction Window to control the location’s unwanted urban noise problem. Located at 2044 Westchester Ave., the 11-story Westchester Mews
Year to year, the evolution of computer technology can be staggering. In most cases, the advancements cause disruption—and opportunity—in every industry. In real estate, one such disruption is caused byBronx, NY
The Doe Fund received 9% Low-Income Housing Tax Credits from the New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR) for its new multifamily development, 4519 White Plains Rd. in the Wakefield neighborhood.
New York, NY
We roared into 2020 after a record-breaking year of member programming, healthy occupancy levels, strong employment numbers, and unprecedented economic growth. As we planned for the inaugural Pinnacle Awards, expanded
Oxford Properties Group, joined by Turner Construction, Google, and COOKFOX Architects raised the final steel beam of the St. John’s Terminal development and raised thanks to the 500 person construction team that has seen the building top off on schedule despite the pandemic.
Like most of us, if you are a college or university administrator, you can say that 2020 was a bad year. Without even considering the coronavirus, you were facing challenges. Just before the year began, inWest Seneca, NY
Kemper System America has promoted Christian Schaefer and Joseph Hoekzema to managing directors and co-presidents, overseeing operations across Northern America, effective December 1st
, 2020.Bronx, NY
The Doe Fund received a Federal Home Loan Bank of New York Affordable Housing Program award of $600,000 for Villa House, its latest affordable and supportive multifamily development.Manhattan, NY
According to DNA Development, 350 West 71st
St., a conversion project that combines two historic pre-war buildings into one contemporary condominium, is 80% sold. With closings underway and residents living in the building, the