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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (February 14, 2018)

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A HAITIAN family has moved into a new hurricane-resistant home thanks to Ellis Sotheby's International Realty. 184
ALM relocates to Grand Central market. 261
AMS to expand Bayonne community. Brief article 134
Avison Young retained by Rockwood for Summit gig. 151
Avison Young. 158
AY quarterbacks data deal: AVISON YOUNG. 119
Bancorp. 111
BAT launches Microhub for manufacturing startups. 264
Besen & Associates. 107
BOMA nominees counting down to big night. 329
Brown Harris Stevens. 156
C&W arranges $265M financing. 254
Cammeby's JV sells stake in $135M portfolio of LI industrial buildings. 303
CBRE. 380
Colliers team tapped to lease 90 John St. space. 239
Cresa. 157
Cushman & Wakefield. 322
Cushman acquires management firm. 146
Denholtz Associates secured a 5-year, $9.2 million refinancing from Provident Bank on its 11 building, 264,163 s/f flex-industrial property on Chimney Rock Road and Kearney Street in Bridgewater and Bound Brook, N.J. Paul Barrood, CRE Relationship Manager III for Provident Bank, secured the financing for Denholtz. 111
DONE DEALS. 667
Eastern Consolidated. Brief article 252
Eastern Union Funding. 342
EC rings up donut sale: EASTERN CONSOLIDATED. 125
EW Howell completes two school projects for SCA. 384
EZ closes on Flushing site: CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD. 209
GALLERY. 390
GCP Capital Group LLC. 165
Gebroe-Hammer Associates. 105
Gebroe-Hammer Associates. Brief article 175
GFP Real Estate. 268
GHP Office Realty. 152
GMHC inks 112,000 s/f lease in Midtown. 312
Gov. at center of buyout blowback: Claiming Cuomo sweet-talked them into selling out, tenants sue to keep homes. Campbell, Kyle 1171
Greystone. 139
HALSTEAD Helping Hands, the philanthropic arm of Halstead. Brief article 140
Haven sent: Developers rushing to meet demand from buyers in Mott Haven. Chen, Jackson 1311
Hunt Corporate Services, Inc.. 165
Joseph P. Day Realty Corporation. 199
JV to rein vigorate Hempstead office building: BROWN HARRIS STEVENS. 133
LIC bidding to become city's life science hub. Chen, Jackson 486
Longtime Durst tenant renews at 675 Third Avenue. 347
Lower East Side non-profit selling up: CBRE. Brief article 153
Manhattan Skyline Management Corp. 104
Marcus & Millichap. 165
Mdrn. 184
Meridian Capital. Brief article 269
Miller merges with Berkshire Hathaway. Brief article 273
Moinian lands $350M EB-5 deal for 3 Hudson Boulevard. 448
Muss Development LLC. Brief article 328
NAI James E. Hanson. 256
NAI Long Island. Brief article 102
Name 'em, shame 'em: DOB bad guy list. 467
Nasdaq to take 145,000 s/f at 4 Times Sq. 484
NEW LISTINGS. 417
New REIT a breath of fresh air for retail. Dutton, Holly 859
NKF tapped as agent for Chinese market concept. Brief article 177
Normandy JV secures $81M for LTC office development plan. 224
Olshan Properties. 232
ON THE WEB. Table 535
Planned Companies. 164
Point retail poised to draw shoppers to Long Island City, say brokers. 248
Primary takes 31,000 s/f. Brief article 182
Purplebricks Group. 115
REBNY to host real estate tech and innovation expo. Banks, John 828
Report: Construction employing quarter of a million people in NYC. 1111
Rudin Family. 117
Schools lease 73,000 s/f at Savitt's midtown office building. 401
Skanska paves way for the future of sustainable building. Chen, Jackson 860
Sotheby's International Realty. 130
Steel co. to build new LI facility. 172
Stringer raps city for dragging heels on empty lots. 638
Suzuki razes former police precinct. Mollot, Sabina 335
Taconic partners with Clarion for new investment venture. Campbell, Kyle 486
Tenants win $60M affordability deal. 207
The Goldner touch. Brief article 155
The Greater New York Construction User Council (GNYCUC) honored the Naftali Group as its 2017 Developer of the Year during a reception held in the penthouse of The Shephard at 275 West 10th Street. 133
The New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA). 192
The New Jersey Apartment Association (NJAA). 186
This pre-war two-bedroom, 2.5-bath co-op at 1070 Park Avenue in one of Carnegie Hill's most sought after buildings has been listed at $2.195 million by Brenda Solomon at Fox Residential. Brief article 106
Todd Street Productions, Inc. Brief article 103
Trevian Asset Management. 149
Trump infrastructure plan gets a lukewarm real estate reception. Dutton, Holly 569
Volunteers on the move. Brief article 202
Winter welcomes light co. Brief article 114

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