The following is a selection of media placements for Great Ink clients and a summary of each.
January 22, 2018
By Keiko Morris
GHC Development, an investor and developer of commercial real estate, is now offering 123 Greenwich Street – the original home of the American Stock Exchange – for lease for the first time in its near century-long history. The building offers retailers and other commercial users the opportunity take advantage of a uniquely designed historic space just one block from the World Trade Center and the city’s largest transportation hubs. The property most recently hosted luxury goods giant LVMH and its traveling international exhibition “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton.”
January 18, 2018
By Liam La Guerre
Avison Young arranged a 15-year, 8,630-square-foot-lease for the Crime Victims Treatment Center (CVTC) at 40 Exchange Place, a 20-story downtown office building owned by GFP Real Estate. CVTC is a nonprofit organization that provides expert and comprehensive healing services to survivors of violent crimes. It is relocating for more space from 126 West 60th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenue.
January 17, 2018
A fourth quarter report from Avison Young shows a strong demand for office space that filled buildings in Manhattan, bringing the vacancy rate from 10.6% just a year ago to 10.2%. Asking rents were slightly up as well, averaging$86.22 per square foot.
January 16, 2018
By John Caufield
Thomas Duffy, P.E., an associate principal at Thornton Tomasetti, the international engineering firm, talks with BD+C about kinetic architecture. This concept allows parts of a building to operate independently and practically without altering the structural integrity of the building. Duffy touches on The Shed, a cultural arts project in New York that the firm is working on.
Ted Moudis Associates
January 3, 2018
By Liam La Guerre
The new offices for AlphaSights, designed by Ted Moudis Associates, are featured in the Commercial Observer‘s “The Plan.” The company, which helps top executives address challenges by connecting them to industry experts moved into a 47,000 SF space at RFR Realty’s 350 Madison Avenue. TMA made a series of curved lines on the ceiling by using dark and white exposed and dropped ceilings, evoking connections that were being made, much like the tenant’s line of work.
January 2, 2018
CBRE represented the buyer, an affiliate of DSF Group, in the $50.5 million purchase of Avalon Milford, a 246-unit apartment complex in Connecticut. The seller was AvalonBay Communities. DSF has renamed the property Halstead Milford.
Halstead Brooklyn, Rutenberg NYC, The Marketing Directors
December 29, 2017
By Emily Nonko
What will 2018 bring for the real estate industry? Experts from The Marketing Directors, Rutenberg NYC, and Halstead Brooklyn give their predictions on everything from how the new tax plan will affect the industry, concessions and rental pricing, the condo market, and more.
December 21, 2017
By Josh Barbanel
In 2010, a broker from Rutenberg NYC and her husband found a fixer-upper in Central Harlem. Holly Williams Brittain served as the architect and designer for the renovation, while her husband managed finances and construction. Last month, the couple sold the three-family town home at 208 Lenox Avenue for $4.59M, a record price for Central Harlem and the second highest ever paid for a Harlem townhouse. The renovation and subsequent sale are featured in the Wall Street Journal.
December 20, 2017
By Joshua Burd
Paul Errigo joins the brokerage department of Avison Young’s Morristown, NJ office. He will focus on landlord and tenant leasing representation for the office market. Errigo will also participate in the firm’s Young Guns program, a global mentoring platform. He was chosen by management to participate, for his natural leadership skills.