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Ross of Largo secures $9.5 million in financing for TX industrial property

San Antonio, TX Kevin Ross, vice president of originations out of Largo’s Toronto office, has arranged a $9.5 million loan for the acquisition of a

DeSimone Consulting Engineers completes asset purchase of RRC Engineering

Plainville, MA DeSimone Consulting Engineers, a leading full-service engineering firm with offices worldwide, has completed the asset purchase of RRC Engineering, a Massachusetts-based structural engineering firm

Delisle of Island Associates negotiates $14.45m sale with Yukins of Marcus & Millichap

Miami Gardens, FL Roger Delisle of Island Associates Real Estate Inc. negotiated and closed the purchase and sale of the shopping center located at 17201 NW 27th Ave. for a purchase price of

Eastern Union launches new small loans division, Steinhardt appointed to lead new division

Brooklyn, NY Eastern Union has launched a new Small Loans Division. Sarah Steinhardt has been named director of the new Small Loans Division, which will primarily focus on multifamily deals valued at

Law: COVID-19 kicks public assembly uses to the curb - by Judy Simoncic

COVID-19 has left its mark on numerous sectors of our economy in ways we never would have imagined prior to March of 2020. The real estate sector is among one of those hit hardest by COVID-19. Under usual circumstances,

NKF secures 19,500 s/f showroom for Wren Kitchens

Levittown, NY Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) handled U.S. showroom leases for the UK’s Wren Kitchens within the tri-state region.

Buroni of Sutton Real Estate Co. brokers $170,000 sale

Syracuse, NY Matt Buroni of Sutton Real Estate Co. brokered the sale of 1001 N. State St. The sale price was $170,000.

Rosewood Realty Group closes 528-unit multifamily portfolio; expands investment sales team

New York, NY Rosewood Realty Group completed the sale of two large new construction multifamily properties totaling 528-units in Texas as the company’s new National Investment Sales Division spreads out to states across the country closing deals beyond

Finding the solution: Mobile and in-office working in the post-COVID environment - by Thomas Vecchione

Commercial property owners and office tenants in New York and cities throughout the nation have been on a roller coaster ride since shutdowns began in March. Anyone planning for re-entry into the workplace has endured psychological whiplash as the thinking on health, safety and

Investment Sales: What does all this mean? - by Michael Weiser

The current real estate market is in complete flux, and that’s putting it mildly. There is uncertainty involving every asset type across every submarket in New York City. The first throws of uncertainty came with the