Monthly Archives: October 2018

Major businesses have their sights set on NYC office space. By the end of this year, new offices will be open for leasing in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan, giving businesses nearly 10 million square feet in which to set up...
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Manhattan and New York City as a whole have a large number of vacant storefronts. Unoccupied NYC storefronts have been a growing statistic for years now, but new motions are causing a stir among local property investors which can breathe...
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At the end of this month, the former contractor for the NY Wheel may be given the green light to auction off parts of the large tourist attraction. For local commercial real estate investors, particularly those looking at North Shore...
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Last year, the federal tax reform bill was passed with a number of provisions for business owners and entrepreneurs. Part of that reform bill was the Opportunity Zones program, which was originally designed to provide tax relief to investors. However,...
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New York retail spaces were a mainstay of life throughout the city. However, with a big shift in retail trends, landlords and property owners are taking a new approach to improve traffic and generate revenue. The Shift in New York...
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