Jonathan Rose Companies, one of the country’s leading developers and investors in sustainable, affordable and mixed-income multifamily real estate, has acquired Goodwill Terrace Apartments for $35 million fromBrooklyn, NY
JLL Capital Markets arranged a $63.6 million loan to refinance The Umbrella Factory at 722 Metropolitan Ave., a mixed-use condominium and retail development in the Williamsburg neighborhood. The group worked on behalf of
The NYS Self Storage Association, in partnership with the National Self Storage Association, held its 12th
annual “Investment Forum” this past week at the Union League Club in NYC. This is a national self storage Conference intended for the
Among the numerous legal developments affecting New York’s real estate industry during 2019, the industry-rocking changes to the rent stabilization rules and several other notable developments stand out:
PM Pediatrics has opened its newest location, 4,900 s/f at The Shops on Broadway, at 5740 Broadway in the Riverdale neighborhood. This marks their 19th
location in the state, and its 52nd
location nationwide.Queens, NY
Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) brokered the sale of 24 Woodward Ave., a last-mile distribution and warehouse on behalf of the seller, Willowen Management Corp. and the buyer, multinational logistics real estate investment trust Prologis,
First 5: Tips to save energy, drive value and sustainability. In the past 30 years, energy business has changed. In today’s competitive environment, it has become hyper-critical to reduce our organizations’ operating expenses.
We are presently witnessing the longest uninterrupted economic growth in modern history, with the hotel industry now 114 months into an expansion cycle. There are growing concerns of geopolitical issues and the risk of impending recession, though
New York, NY
Cornerstone Land Abstract launched their Women in Real Estate series on December 4th
. The series, hosted by business development executive, Danielle Volpe, features women from across the real estate sector toHewlett, NY
Collaborative Group has completed the sale of the Hewlett Plaza shopping center. Andrew Natter and Hal Fuchs of Collaborative Group represented the buyer, Adam Parkoff, and seller, the Rinzler family, in the $4.1 million transaction.