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TerraCRG facilitates three sales in Brooklyn totaling $7.648 million

Brooklyn, NY TerraCRG completed the following transactions: The sale of an industrial building at 189 First St. in Gowanus.

Resolution Real Estate Partners and Brause Realty lease 10,150 s/f to Trident Global at 320 Fifth Ave.

Manhattan, NY Brause Realty Inc. has welcomed Trident Global Inc. to 320 Fifth Ave. Over 30,000 s/f has been leased at 320 Fifth Ave. in the

SCG Retail welcomes Smith to its Manhattan office

Manhattan, NY SCG Retail, a division of TSCG, based in Atlanta, has hired Geoffrey Marshall Smith, a veteran commercial real estate expert with

Lee & Assocs. NYC sells 15,000 s/f elevator building for $12.25 million

Manhattan, NY 43-45 W 55th St. has sold for $12.25 million. The Lee & Associates NYC team that

Omnibuild leases new office space in Midtown Manhattan

Manhattan, NY A further testament to the city’s recovery as businesses continue to head back to the office, leading construction management firm Omnibuild leased a new

Tri State Commercial Realty secures 6,500 s/f lease

Brooklyn, NY Tri State Commercial Realty, a commercial real estate advisory and brokerage firm, has closed a 6,500 s/f lease for All My Children Daycare & Nursery School,

Ariel Property Advisors arranges $3.35 million sale

Manhattan, NY Ariel Property Advisors has arranged the $3.35 million sale of 109 East 9th St., a unique five-story mixed-use building in

Ranieri of NorthMarq arranges $13.275m bridge loan

strong>North Arlington, NJ Robert Ranieri, senior vice president/managing director of NorthMarq’s White Plains office, secured a $13.275 million bridge loan for

Norman Bobrow & Co. secures 73,000 s/f lease for City Lumber

Queens, NY According to Norman Bobrow & Co., managing director Josh Berger and director Alex Lubin have negotiated a new 12-year lease for City Lumber.

Coaching: Welcome back NYC commercial real estate - by Rod Santomassimo

Earlier this month we heard the news we have all been waiting for. The sun is rising once again. As we all knew it would. Specifically, I am referring to the sun over the East River,