Spotlights

2020 Women in RE: Bolanle Williams-Olley, Mancini Duffy

What is one characteristic that you believe every woman in business should possess? 
I believe every woman in business should strive to be more courageous. It takes courage to make bold and tough decisions, to lead authentically, to be confident in your ideas, to take business risks, to handle

2020 Women in RE: Jen Stencel, Magnusson Architecture and Planning

What recent project or accomplishment are you most proud of? 
We just topped out at The Bedford, which is affordable and supportive housing in the Bronx. It’s a milestone that comes right in the middle of the

2020 Women in RE: Grace (Geqing) Liu, Cameron Engineering

What recent project or accomplishment are you most proud of?
The hotel at 456 Greenwich St. in downtown NYC is now in construction, which kicked off this year at the prime location in Tribeca. A luxury five-star hotel building and retail space is underway. The space will include amenities spaces with a

2020 Women in RE: Jessica Corriere, AKF Group

What is one characteristic that you believe every woman in business should possess?
The trait I believe every woman in business should possess is resilience. It’s a game-changer!

2020 Women in RE: Cathy Hoffman, Atlantic Westchester

What is one characteristic that you believe every woman in business should possess?
Every woman in business should exude confidence and fearlessness, especially in a male dominated industry. Once you believe in yourself, you would be surprised how far you can go and how

The New York Real Estate Journal presents
2020 Women in RE: Building Services

New York, NY The New York Real Estate Journal recently honored women specializing in areas of building services. The October 20th Spotlight edition shares insight into today’s building services industry from a

We’re still in COVID-19 mode and providing disaster recovery assistance to our customers - by Ron Lanzo

As I mentioned in my last article in this publication, what kind of support should you expect during a Pandemic from your vendors? It’s been more than four months now since the initial shut down of all New York City business, and we are

Letting in some fresh air to combat the COVID-19 pandemic - by William Gati

Last Fall, I taught a course at NYIT, School of Architecture in Environmental Design. I dedicated one lecture to the impact of the mechanical systems on indoor air quality. I stated that recirculated, unfiltered air could

Why storage space in residential buildings has become such a sought-after amenity - by Joshua Goldman

Although the trend of college students moving back home with their parents has been on the rise, that trend has definitely exploded since early March 2020 when the pandemic mandated a

Why multifamily garden style vs. high rise during COVID-19? - by Marc Hershberg, Jared Isaac and Brian Shorr

Since the onset of the COVID-19, residents of cities have begun to move outwards from urban cores to surrounding suburban areas for two primary reasons. First,