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Debt cancellations and modifications - by Sandy Klein

The current economic climate marked by rising interest rates, bank failures and consequential stricter lending standards, is putting a damper on economic activity. Economic downturns have a direct correlation with debt servicing. This article takes a bird’s-eye view

Meridian Retail Leasing closes first quarter with a bang - by James Famularo

It’s no secret that the commercial real estate industry has faced hurdles over the past 24 months, and I’m frequently asked how I’ve been able to work through current hardships given the uncertainty surrounding future demand and occupancy rates. I feel

The waiting game - by Michael Packman

Real estate investors have been waiting for the Fed to start easing rates. Data shows that most commercial real estate transactions closing right now are mostly comprised of distressed sales.   Reasons for this include loan maturities, tenants not renewing their

Surprise? Rates are up again! - by John Rynne

At the beginning of the year, I forecasted the trend of the 10 year treasuries and cap rates will continue to slowly move downward throughout the first three quarters of 2024. As you know, 10 year treasuries are one of the primary baselines for mortgage rates. Mortgage

TWA Flight Center’s design, history and significance - by William Gati

I lead a wonderful walking tour of this crown jewel of modern architecture. The TWA Flight Center, designed by Eero Saarinen, is an exemplary piece of modernist architecture, reflecting the optimism and

An Upstate economic renaissance is underway; Broome County must be ready to benefit - by Stacey Duncan

Upstate communities have long fought against an unfair and outdated narrative that our regions aren’t business friendly. The economic development community is working hard to change this narrative. We’re highlighting our unsurpassed quality of life,

What will my real estate taxes be after the Tax Equity Now NY lawsuit is concluded? - by Peter Blond

The most popular question this spring from every type of property owner is “what will my real estate taxes be after this big lawsuit?!” While suddenly in the news again the TENNY (Tax Equity Now NY) lawsuit commenced so very long ago, a possible conclusion

Developing Long Island: Forte Construction
corporate headquarters

Islandia, NY Forte Construction Corp., a leading general contracting firm involved in significant transit and public works projects throughout downstate N.Y., has completed its new headquarters. After 45 years operating out of an 8,000 s/f facility in Holbrook, Forte,

Developing Long Island: Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency

Hauppauge, NY The Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency (SCIDA) is the lead agency attracting new investment in Suffolk County and driving the region’s innovation, economy, and job expansion. The mission of the Suffolk