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U-turn on Silver is bad for tenants: Hoylman

By Sabina Mollot

Following a stunning decision last Thursday by a federal judge to overturn the conviction for corruption against former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, State Senator Brad Hoylman is predicting more of the same bad behavior in Albany. 662 more words

Politics

Rent It Out Or Else! Manhattan Borough President Wants Penalties For Vacant Storefronts

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Is there a Broadway blight going on? Perhaps you’ve noticed the abundance of empty stores up and down Manhattan.

As CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported, vacant storefronts have become a familiar sight all around the city. 320 more words

News

Editorial: Small businesses need pols’ help and ours

City Council Members Dan Garodnick and Helen Rosenthal have been doggedly pushing a bill that if passed would give some relief to many of the Manhattan retailers who are forced to pay Commercial Rent Tax. 402 more words

Editorial/Op-Ed/Opinion

Stuyvesant Town Associated is still waiting for answer on lease renewal

By Sabina Mollot

Last week, following an op-ed being published in the newspaper The Villager in support of the Small Business Jobs and Survival Act, many Stuyvesant Town residents became alarmed after reading a sentence that mentioned the owner of the complex’s Associated supermarket was told he would not get a lease renewal. 199 more words

Stuyvesant Town

REBNY Offers Advanced Certified Buyer Representative Program

In 2004, Anthony E. Westreich established the real estate company Monday Properties. For the past 12 years, he has worked to build a portfolio worth $12 billion and conducted over 50 property transactions. 146 more words

Anthony Westreich

Chase Lists for Rent 180K SF of Retail at DoBro’s MetroTech

Roughly 180,000 square feet of retail space at the MetroTech Center in Downtown Brooklyn is hitting the rental market, Commercial Observer has learned.

The swath of retail is spread between J.P. 403 more words

Channel

421a Battle Ends as REBNY, Unions Strike Extension Deal

The 10-month expiration of the 421a tax abatement has expired.

The Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York and the Real Estate Board of New York announced in a joint press release that the program would be extended with some tweaks. 40 more words

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