Upstate New York

Will of Hemisphere Holdings sells The Church Street Apts.

Port Byron, NY Hemisphere Holdings Corp. handled the sale and closing of The Church Street Apartments. The sale price was

CRE Consulting Corps partners with CCLR on Rome Brownfield site

Rome, NY A team of advisors from The Counselors of Real Estate has assessed how the city can best leverage community assets to redevelop the former

2022 Buffalo apartment market - by Brian Heine

When the New York State eviction ban ended in early 2022, class B and C apartment vacancy virtually disappeared from the Buffalo rental market. Asking rents for vacant apartments

Kislak Company, Inc. completes two sales totaling $25.15 million

Port Jervis, NY The Kislak Company, Inc. handled two sales totaling $25.15 million: Tudor Gardens Apartments, a 140-unit apartment complex at

Saleski of Sutton brokers $1.1 million sale with Emhoff of Emhoff Associates

Syracuse, NY Stephen Saleski of Sutton Real Estate Company, LLC. represented the buyers of 3300 Vickery Rd., North Syracuse, a 20,000 s/f multi-tenant

Axiom Capital Corp. structures and arranges $6.7m loan for 29-unit project

Saratoga Springs, NY Axiom Capital Corp has structured and arranged a $6.73 million construction to permanent loan for a 29-unit apartment project.

Champion Real Estate Co. acquires 715-bed student housing for $65m

Syracuse, NY Champion Real Estate Co. acquired Campus Hill Apartments, a 267-unit, 715-bed student housing community with a central leasing office

Horvath & Tremblay completes $9.866 million sale of four WellNow Urgent Care properties in Upstate

Grand Island, NY Horvath & Tremblay has completed the sale of four WellNow Urgent Care Properties in New York for a total of $9.866 million.

May 2022 message from the president of NYSCAR - by Dana Crocker

Many thanks to Peter West, CCIM, SEC for teaching “Basic Principles of Equity Marketing” on April 26. This was a perfect opportunity for attendees to

Cap rates: Tip of the iceberg? - by John Rynne

In the February edition of the NYREJ, I reported, “A Look Forward To More Normalcy In 2022.” In that article, 10-year treasuries were at