The following is a selection of media placements for Great Ink clients and a summary of each.
Building and Land Technology
October 5, 2017
by Perri Ormont Blumberg and Troy McMullen
The New York Post takes a look at Connecticut’s two closest towns, Stamford and Greenwich, comparing things like new homes, leisure activities and businesses. Highlights in Stamford include Harbor Point, a mixed-use waterfront development by Building and Land Technology that offers residential, office, retail, and restaurants, plus marinas and parks along the shoreline. In 2009, the space was comprised of vacant or underutilized buildings. BLT is opening two residential properties: 100 Commons Park North in December 2017, and Davenport Landing in 2018.
Thornton Tomasetti, EW Howell
October 4, 2017
Liam La Guerre
Francesca Brando and Karen Grossett, both senior project engineers at Thornton Tomasetti, and Daniel Navarro, a project executive at EW Howell Construction Group are among the top 20 AEC professionals under 35 who were recognized by the Commercial Observer.
101 West 78th Street
October 2, 2017
by Rachel Sugar
Curbed NY takes us inside the penthouse at GTIS Partners’ 101 West 78th Street, which features 4BR/4.5BA, a wraparound terrace and rooftop sundeck. The listing is on the market for $23.5 million with Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing, and interiors are by Stephen Sills Associates.
September 28, 2017
by Stefanos Chen
Rosy Klein of Rutenberg NYC is listing a three-bedroom, two-bath co-op in West Harlem for $1.35m. The home is on the parlor level of a prewar townhouse, and features sleek built-ins and modern finishes. The gorgeous apartment is featured in the New York Times “On the Market” column in the Sunday real estate section.
September 27, 2017
by Rich Bockmann
Rubenstein Partners announces that Robert Andrews has joined the firm as its director of the New York City office. Rubenstein, which has invested in more than 10 million square feet of office properties since its founding in 2005, made its first New York City acquisition in 2015 when it bought a stake in Toby Moskovits’ 400,000-square-foot speculative office development at 25 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg. In New York City, the company will be targeting transitional and value-add properties, either by taking a position in the capital stack or acquiring assets outright, Andrews said.
September 27, 2017
by Marissa Peretz
How are companies finding new ways to recruit and retain millennials? According to Phase 1 of the Millennial Impact Report, not only do millennials take up an increasingly large percentage of the workforce, but they take more time to support their local communities, and the causes/methods of outreach often vary. For example, at Thornton Tomasetti, the international engineering firm, Amy Hattan, the VP of corporate sustainability, notes that a group of volunteers spent time at Grow NYC’s Teaching Garden, an urban farm that features vegetable beds made from recycled plastic lumber.
Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates
September 26, 2017
by Liam La Guerre
Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates brokers Neil Dolgin and Grant Dolgin represented both tenant and landlord in a 7,500 SF warehouse lease in Woodside, NY. Mikkeller NYC, a Copenhagen-based microbrewery, signed a lease at 51-40 58th Place for use as a storage facility that will support operations at its soon-to-be-opened CitiField brewhouse and restaurant. The property is a short drive from CitiField, and offers an interior loading dock as well as a drive-in door.
by Paul Bubny
Stefani Berkin, president of Rutenberg NYC, is featured in Real Estate Forum‘s “10 New York Names to Watch” list in the September issue. The feature focuses on the home-grown companies and projects that have roots in New York, but have an impact beyond the outer boroughs. Forum showcases that Rutenberg NYC is currently NYC’s fifth largest brokerage firm in terms of agents, and is notorious for its 100% commission model.
September 25, 2017
by Ethan Rothstein
On October 3, ABS Partners will host “Headshots for Hurricane Help,” for the commercial brokerage community at its 145 East 57th Street. Brokers and other real estate pros can pay $100 for a professional head shot by Jill Lotenberg. The newly renovated office building will host the charity event to benefit hurricane organizations, and all the money raised, including a matching donation from ABS will go to the Houston Food Bank and Global Giving’s Irma Relief Fund.