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It’s a Broker’s Market


We will talk more about the commercial and industrial marketplace in additional posts over the next weeks. Right now we think this is a terrific marketplace for brokers. So we’d like to welcome the newest member of the KDA broker team, Max Duclos. As Max and our brokers canvas neighborhoods, we’re seeing an influx of… Read more »

The Hottest Restaurants in Queens


UPDATED: When the Covid-19 situation subsides, here is the Queens Heatmap, a guide to new and recently reviewed restaurants in the mighty borough of Queens. Here are the places that the critics, bloggers, and restaurant obsessives are buzzing about, according to NY.Eater.Com.  Keep note, and we’ll be back inside restaurants and bars all together in… Read more »

One Year Later: Looking Back at Amazon Ditching Queens


After Amazon decided they wouldn’t move their HQ2 to Long Island City after all, effectively breaking the NYC real estate industry’s heart, Queens is getting back to business with steady leases. “Amazon taught us a lot. It was proof that the LIC waterfront can be a strong commercial destination, but one of the main criticisms… Read more »

The 50 biggest NYC office sales of 2019


2019 turned into a pretty good year for New York City’s investment sales sector. Rising rents stoked investors appetite not only in Manhattan, but in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. And tech giants Amazon, Google and Facebook continue to expand their presence in the city, signaling to investors that the industry is thriving in the… Read more »

Resident and Tenant Retention Strategies for 2020


For managers of commercial and residential buildings, retaining tenants and residents is a perennial item on the to-do list. Whether it’s adding new high-tech features or fine-tuning procedures, the time is right to take a hard look at retention strategies for 2020. Owners and property managers must continuously ask themselves a crucial question: What’s the… Read more »

Real estate seeks changes to city’s green buildings bill


In four years, tens of thousands of buildings in New York City will need to meet strict carbon emission caps. But landlords are hopeful that key changes will be made before then. Local Law 97, enacted in May 2019, is part of a push for a 40 percent reduction in citywide emissions by 2030 and… Read more »

Investors and Stakeholders Still Maintain and Strong Outlook for Long Island City


Long Island City’s commercial real estate market has seen its fair share of challenges. For years it has been flooded with luxury rental units, faced high office vacancy rates, few retailers and the very public tumult of the Amazon HQ2 deal collapse. But investors and stakeholders in the neighborhood still maintain a strong long-term outlook…. Read more »

Streaming TV Services Driving Demand for Sound Stages in Queens, Bronx and Brooklyn


Since their opening decades earlier, Kaufman and Silvercup Studios in Long Island City have proven the viability of NYC’s film and tv business. Now, with new streaming video players like Netflix, Showtime, Hulu Amazon and others creating original content, production crews are flocking to the Big Apple drawn by the area’s transportation options, large lot… Read more »

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