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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.
“This Park Slope townhouse may not be a brownstone, but it's just right for an investor” — by Virginia K. Smith
Date: March 22, 2017
Client: Halstead Property
Summary: 20 Webster Place in Park Slope is on the market with Halstead Brooklyn for $2.595 million, a more affordable option considering its recent renovations. The three-bedroom townhome – the first floor is configured as a one-bedroom apartment for extra income -- comes with a backyard, laundry room and finished basement.
“Tax Overhaul Threatens Affordable-Housing Deals” — by Laura Kusisto
Date: March 22, 2017
Client: Pembrook Capital Management, LLC
Summary: Stuart Boesky from Pembrook Capital Management is quoted in a feature on how tax credits for the affordable housing market are being affected by the possibility of a tax code overhaul.
“5 Wireless Options for High-Performance Building Systems” — by Rita Tatum
Date: March 2017
Client: Syska Hennessy Group
Summary: Thomas Grimard, an associate partner at Syska Hennessy Group, talks with Building Operating Management about wireless options for smart building systems. The best way to make the decision is to find the option — wired or wireless — that best matches the individual building’s needs and business plan.
“Foundation Work Underway on Eight-Story Mixed-Use Commercial Building at 25 Kent Avenue, Williamsburg” — by Reid Wilson
Date: March 20, 2017
Client: Rubenstein Partners
Summary: New York YIMBY reports on construction updates at Rubenstein Partners and Heritage Equity Partners’ 25 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg. The 500,000 s/f mixed-use project has its foundation work underway.
“$53.5M refinancing loan secured for 1 Fawcett Place in Greenwich” — by Phil Hall
Date: March 16, 2017
Client: CBRE – Fairfield/Westchester
Summary: CBRE Capital Markets’ Debt & Structured Finance team arranged a $53.5m loan for the refinancing of Greenwich Financial Center at 1 Fawcett Place. The loan was originated by LStar Capital, and will be used to replace existing debt at the property.
“Construction started on $63M SBU project” — by David Winzelberg
Date: March 16, 2017
Client: EW Howell Construction Group
Summary: EW Howell Construction Group has been tapped by repeat-client Stony Brook University as the contractor for its new, $63 million Student Services Center. Designed by Spector Group, the building will house the bursar’s office, financial aid office, registrar, admissions and other facilities. It’s scheduled for completion in 2019.
“The Plan: PJ Mechanical’s New Space at 55 Broad Shows Clients What They Do” — by Liam LaGuerre
Date: March 15, 2017
Client: Ted Moudis Associates
Summary: The Ted Moudis Associates-designed space for PJ Mechanical at 55 Broad Street is featured in this week’s The Plan. The HVAC construction and installation company moved into a new, 25,695 s/f office that features concrete polished floors, social meeting spaces, conference rooms, private-glassed offices and LED lights. The nearly 50 year old company installed its own ductwork!
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