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Great Ink prides itself on its close relationship with the leading national business and real estate publications. The following is a selection of media placements for Great Ink clients and a brief summary of each.
“Inside New York and New Jersey’s Industrial Boom, Fueled by the Death of Retail” — by Rebecca Baird-Remba
Date: May 16, 2017
Client: Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates
Summary: Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates co-president Neil Dolgin speaks with the Commercial Observer about industrial in the five boroughs – uses, prices, and demand. Neil discusses asking rents, amenities at these buildings that attract tenants, and the best areas in the boroughs to search for available industrial properties.
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“Dietary Supplements Developer Moving Within Soho to Savanna Building” — by Liam LaGuerre
Date: May 15, 2017
Client: Savanna
Summary: Savanna, a NYC-based real estate investment manager, owner/operator, and developer, announces the completion of its leasing campaign at 434 Broadway. Two recent leases signed at the nine-story office and retail building in the Soho neighborhood bring the occupancy rate to 100%. Elysium Health, a consumer health company, inked a 7,205 s/f lease, with a team from JLL representing Savanna in the deal. Modern Post, LLC, a full-service post-production company, also signed a 10-year lease for the entire fourth floor, consisting of 7,230 square feet.
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“Uniondale office building sells for $75.5M” — by David Winzelberg
Date: May 15, 2017
Client: CBRE – Long Island
Summary: A team from CBRE’s Melville office represented Joss Realty Partners in its $75.5 million sale of a nearly 220,000 s/f property at 60 Charles Lindbergh Boulevard in Uniondale, NY. The office building is fully leased through 2036 by Nassau County, which operates its Health and Human Services divisions at the asset. The buyer, Salus Federal Properties, was represented by Will Bradley of CBRE’s Richmond, Va. office.
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“Condo Tower to Rise Where Muslim Community Center Was Proposed” — by Ronda Kaysen
Date: May 14, 2017
Client: Soho Properties
Summary: The New York Times has an exclusive interview with Soho Properties' Sharif El-Gamal, the developer behind 45 Park Place. The SOMA-designed, 50-story condo tower with interiors by Piero Lissoni is expected to rise in TriBeCa. Stribling Marketing Associates is handling sales for the property. The piece appeared in the Sunday real estate section.
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“Ambitious “Well-Tempered City” explains what makes cities work, from ancient Mesopotamia to Lagos and New York City” — by Bill Millard
Date: May 12, 2017
Client: Jonathan Rose Companies
Summary: Jonathan Rose is " a developer who views the building of communities as an ethically consequential profession," says the Architect's Newspaper in its review of his book, The Well-Tempered City.
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“The Grapevine” — by Donna Knipp
Date: May 12, 2017
Client: Jonathan Rose Companies
Summary: Kelly Boyer has joined Rose Community Capital as a director in Los Angeles to expand its West Coast activity. The company is a subsidiary of Jonathan Rose Companies, and originates FHA loans and makes direct and joint-venture investments in multi-family properties. Boyer was previously a director at Citigroup’s Community Capital Unit.
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“Madison Realty looks westward with new office” — by Andrew Hedlund
Date: May 12, 2017
Client: Madison Realty Capital
Summary: Madison Realty Capital, a New York-based real estate investor, announces its plans to open a West Coast office within the next year, with San Francisco or Los Angeles being strong contenders. The West Coast office would focus on real estate debt, seeking to finance industrial, retail and hotel properties, and multi-family assets.
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