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NYREJ releases new One-on-One interviews with Rick Kaplan on YouTube

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journa has continued its series, "NYREJ One-on-One" with Rick Kaplan on YouTube. This week Kaplan talks with Andrew Richards of Kaufman Dolowich Voluck LLP, and DJ Johnson of B6 Real Estate Advisors

Ambiguous 1031 exchange extension notice puts QIs and Exchangers in an awkward position - by Feeser and Walther of Legal 1031 Exchange Services, LLC

The commercial real estate industry is in uncharted waters due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The economic impact of this pandemic will potentially be felt for some time. That being said, while the recent IRS guidance regarding the extension of the 1031 exchange deadlines is appreciated, and provides some benefits, the unclear guidance leaves much to be desired by

REBNY launches fellowship program focused on diversity with Coro New York Leadership Center

New York, NY The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) unveiled the creation of the REBNY Fellows, the first-of-its-kind leadership program for real estate professionals of diverse backgrounds. The REBNY Fellows Program taps 20 rising real estate leaders from diverse backgrounds for a

NYREJ launches One-on-One with Rick Kaplan on YouTube

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal has launched a new YouTube show called NYREJ One-on-One with Rick Kaplan. We will be producing one interview weekly. Kaplan’s first interview of the week is with Peter Hunt of Hunt RE and Cheryl Taylor of ERA Key

Where does the real estate-technology transformation go from here? - by Blake Liggio

As we cross the 30-day mark since the COVID-19 health crisis emerged in the U.S., the immediate impacts on the PropTech industry have crystallized. Real estate operations have been disrupted in fundamental ways, which disruptions have certainly caused

Real Estate Board of New York names Redding 2019 Most Promising Commercial Salesperson of the Year

New York, NY The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), the city’s leading real estate trade association, and its Commercial Brokerage Board of Directors named Zach Redding of B6 Real Estate Advisors as 2019’s Most Promising Commercial Salesperson of the Year.

Stability amid the pandemic - by Nick Malagisi

Self storage is, once again, proving to be one of the most recession-resistant real estate sectors in the REIT industry as their stock prices took an initial hit along with most other equities, but has come back very strong these past two weeks to regain most of

New York Multifamily Group at Marcus & Millichap brokers $14 million sale of 21,258 s/f

Manhattan, NY According to Marcus & Millichap, they have completed the sale of 21-23 Catherine St. The property traded for $14 million. The sale price equates to $659 per s/f with a 6.46% cap rate. The asset totals 21,258 s/f and is located in the

Beckford House introduces elegant condominiums on NYC'S Upper East Side to debut this year

New York's unique Upper East Side is lined with prominent, upscale residential buildings that make the opulent area so becoming and desirable. Now about to be unveiled, the stunning and sophisticated

Delisle of Island Associates is sole broker for $1.15 million sale

Islip, NY Roger Delisle of Island Associates Real Estate Inc. negotiated and closed the purchase and sale of  417 Main St. The sale price was $1.15 million.