Month: November 2019
Wharton Properties Acquires Williamsburg Property in Record-Setting Transaction
Wharton Properties has acquired 166 Berry Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for $20 million, or $3,226 per-square-foot.
Jeff Sutton pays record price in Williamsburg: brokers
A Williamsburg commercial building that housed a metal fabrication company has sold for what appears to be a record-high price per square foot in the neighborhood.
Amazon Loss Stings, but Long Island City Real Estate Shrugs It Off
Even without the retailer as a neighbor, commercial-property owners have attracted new tenants
Joint Venture Pulls Trigger on $50M Brooklyn Portfolio Sale
B6 Real Estate Advisors is arranging the sale for the portfolio comprised of 80% free-market units.
E-commerce has city’s warehouse market booming as retail slows, report says
As Amazon and other e-commerce giants circle, warehouse space is booming in the five boroughs. Sales volume for industrial buildings is already up 145% from this time in 2016…
E-Commerce Drives New York City Warehouse Boom
Warehouses are emerging as New York City’s hottest property type, with the pace of growth in sales of these e-commerce distribution centers exceeding those of office and apartment buildings this year.
Two Side-By-Side Palm Beach, Florida, Townhouses Heading to Auction This Month
Two luxurious townhouses with private pools in Palm Beach, Florida, are scheduled to hit the auction block with no minimum bid later t…
Rent Control & Building By Building, Block by Block with Paul J Massey
Jason Hartman talks rent control with Paul J Massey as the two discuss the impact rent control is having on the real estate market in New York City.