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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.
“BisnowTV: Ziel Feldman On Pivoting From Law To Development” — by Lisa Knee, partner, Eisner Amper
Date: April 17, 2017
Client: HFZ Capital Group
Summary: Ziel Feldman, the chairman and founder of HFZ Capital talks about his transition from a real estate attorney to the real estate development arena. Feldman learned a lot practicing transactional work and this led him into the real estate field.
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“Ones to Watch: Real Estate, Engineering, Architecture, Construction” — by Bernadette Starzee
Date: April 17, 2017
Client: EW Howell Construction Group
Summary: Michael Johneas, executive vice president at EW Howell Construction Group has been named one of LIBN’s “Ones to Watch” in the architecture, engineering and construction industries. He has more than 35 years of experience and has been with EW Howell since 1992. Johneas became involved with the Target Store Program in 1997, and has since led all of EW Howell’s Long Island projects for Target, Lowe’s, Walmart and Costco.
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“The Concrete Jungle Series: The City Never Sleeps – Unexpected CRE Outcomes” — by Staff Writer
Date: April 17, 2017
Client: Stuart M. Saft of Holland & Knight
Summary: Connect Media asks real estate professionals what the most surprising thing that NYC real estate has given them in the last six months? Stuart Saft, a partner and real estate practice leader at Holland & Knight notes that he sis surprised by the strength of the market, having expected it to soften at the end of 2016.
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“Mixed-use medical and residential project coming to downtown New Canaan” — by Kevin Zimmerman
Date: April 13, 2017
Client: Avison Young
Summary: Avison Young’s Fairfield/Westchester office has been named the exclusive leasing agent for New Canaan Medical Arts Center at 23 Vitti Street. Developed by CH Vitti Street Associates LLC, an affiliate of Cambridge Hanover, and Collins Enterprises of Greenwich. The new, two-story medical center will include a public courtyard, 2,000 s/f of medical space on the first floor and 7,000 s/f on the second, plus a luxury residential component consisting of eight apartments in a separate building.
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“Cobb's Interstate North complex gets a makeover, renamed Pennant Park” — by Douglas Sams
Date: April 13, 2017
Client: Rubenstein Partners
Summary: Rubenstein Partners L.P. is launching a $15m renovation of an 11-building Atlanta-area office project totaling nearly 1 million square feet. The Interstate North Office Park will be renamed Pennant Park. Rubenstein purchased the property a year ago for $87 million. Leasing for the North Office Park is being handled by Cushman & Wakefield.
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“BisnowTV: Ziel Feldman On the Origins of HFZ Capital Group” — by Lisa Knee, partner, Eisner Amper
Date: April 12, 2017
Client: HFZ Capital Group
Summary: HFZ Capital is named after Ziel and his wife, standing for Helene Feldman Ziel. This pays homage to his father’s company, ZHT, that was named after his three children.
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“Suburbs in the City” — by Heidi Mitchell
Date: April 12, 2017
Client: Soho Properties
Summary: This story by Heidi Mitchell for NY Post ALEXA features neighborhoods in Manhattan and Brooklyn that offer the benefits of the suburbs without the commute. Soho Properties’ 45 Park Place is mentioned among the downtown developments that are combining the benefits of suburban living (space, amenities, etc.) in an urban setting. Interiors for the 50 residences at 45 Park Place are designed by Piero Lissoni.
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