Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wrap-Up/ YLG Peer to Peer: Real Estate Lifecycle of High-Growth Startups

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Over 40 members and non-members joined a packed room on March 14 to learn about the unique real estate needs facing high-growth startups. Moderated by Michael Rudin, Rudin Management Company, the panel included Donald DeSantis, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Hightower, Inc., Daria Siegel, Vice President, Economic Development Programs, Alliance for Downtown New York, and Andrew Wiener, Director of Leasing, L&L Holdings Company, LLC. The conversation began with a discussion about demographic shifts in office tenants. Small businesses of all kinds, not just tech startups, are seeking flexible work space. That’s … Read More

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BRONX RIVER-SHERIDAN EXPRESSWAY CORRIDOR EPA BROWNFIELD AREA-WIDE STUDY

  The South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SoBRO) is seeking a Request for Proposals (RFP), from planning consultants for work in the Bronx River-Sheridan Expressway Corridor in the Bronx, New York. In Spring 2015, the South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SoBRO) was awarded a Cooperative Agreement from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Brownfields Area-Wide Planning (BF AWP) Program (CFDA: 66.814). This agreement facilitates research and community-driven brownfield planning, implementation and revitalization for a twenty-eight (28) acres of brownfield located in three (3) area clusters in the Bronx River … Read More

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Wrap-Up / Non-Core is Core: How TAMI and New Manufacturing are Shaking Up NYC’s Traditional Commercial Office Market

BY LAUREN RACUSIN Miriam Harris, Executive Vice President of Trinity Place Holdings, served as the moderator for this morning’s fascinating panel featuring Clare Newman, Chief of Staff of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, Toby Moskovits, Chief Executive Officer of Heritage Equity Partners, and Carolee Fink, Executive Vice President of NYCEDC (in lieu of Maria Torres-Springer who was ill and unable to attend). The event was sold out, showing the great interest in the creative office and new manufacturing spaces that are growing in popularity in non-core markets in New … Read More

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