Commercial

Zeta Charter School Signs 65,000 SF Lease in the Bronx

April 2020

NEW YORK—Zeta Charter Schools has signed a 65,000-square-foot lease deal for a new elementary school at 1910 Arthur Ave. in the Bronx. Called Zeta Bronx Tremont Park Elementary, the school is scheduled to open in August 2021 for the 2021-2022 academic year and will ultimately serve students in pre-K through fifth grade, according to Transwestern…

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Northeast States Form Council to Study Re-opening of Economy

April 2020

ALBANY—In nearly a month of difficult economic news and tragic fatality numbers due to the Novel Coronavirus pandemic, a glimmer of hope has emerged that the state is beginning to consider how and when non-essential businesses could reopen in New York State. On Monday April 13, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a regional initiative with six…

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International Tech. Firm to Relocate North American HQ to Rye Brook

April 2020

RYE BROOK— SCHOTT Corporation has signed a lease for more than 14,000 square feet of space at Kingsbrook, a recently renovated six building complex located at 1100 King St. in Rye Brook owned by New York City-based George Comfort & Sons, Inc. The international technology company that specializes in the areas of specialty glass and…

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DeCicco & Sons to Open at Edge on Hudson Development in 2022

April 2020

SLEEPY HOLLOW—Construction is expected to begin next year on a new DeCicco & Sons market at the Edge on Hudson project being developed at the former General Motors Assembly plant here. The deal marks the first retail property to sign on at the Edge on Hudson development and marks the first grocer to operate in…

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State Clarifies Position on Property Showings—Can Only be Performed Online

April 2020

ALBANY—Less than 24 hours after the real estate industry was led to believe that in-person real estate showings were permitted by New York State comes a statement from Empire State Development that only virtual/online showings are permissible. On the evening of April 2, an official with Empire State Development Corp. in a clarification of the…

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BREAKING NEWS: Empire State Development Deems Some Facets of Residential, Commercial Real Estate as ‘Essential’

April 2020

ALBANY—Commercial and residential real estate brokers and agents received some welcome if not surprising news on April 1 when the Empire State Development Corp. clarified existing regulations, put in place in response to the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic, and deemed residential and commercial showings and back office real estate work as “essential.” The clarification therefore allows…

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Gov. Orders All Non-Essential Construction Shut Down

April 2020

NEW YORK—Most private construction in New York State, including major development projects in New Rochelle, Yonkers and White Plains, have been temporarily shut down as a means to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus Pandemic. At a press briefing at the Javits Center in New York City on March 27, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo…

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Element 46 Incubator Program Finds Home for Second Cohort at Robert Martin Offices

March 2020

ELMSFORD—Westchester County’s Element 46 incubator program has a new home for its latest cohort of budding entrepreneurs at new workspace at Robert Martin Company’s headquarters building at 100 Clearbrook Drive in Elmsford. Robert Martin announced earlier this month it is leasing to Westchester County 1,500 square feet of fully furnished, wi-fi equipped space for the…

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Pre-Coronavirus—Commercial Brokers Bullish on Hudson Valley Market in 2020

March 2020

WHITE PLAINS—A panel of veteran Hudson Valley commercial real estate brokers agreed that the commercial office and industrial markets were strong entering 2020 and were prime for continued brisk activity. Editor’s Note: The meeting of the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors Commercial Investment Division’s Broker Roundtable was held in late January, before the onset of…

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NAR Helps Secure Key Provisions in Coronavirus Bill for Realtors

March 2020

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a $2-trillion COVID-19 compromise economic relief package on March 25. The bill now goes to the U.S. House, where it is expected to pass, and President Trump has said he will sign the much-needed measure into law. The National Association of Realtors reports the bill includes $350 billion for the…

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RXR Realty Commits $1 Million To Support COVID-19 Relief

March 2020

NEW YORK—RXR Realty announced on March 20 it was contributing $1 million to support organizations and New Rochelle residents impacted by the COVID-19 public health crisis. Funding will go towards programs to address both immediate needs, as well as the long-term recovery of New Rochelle. RXR’s commitment to New Rochelle, is in collaboration with the…

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White Plains-Based Reich Brothers JV Acquires 4 Million SF Caterpillar Campus

March 2020

MONTGOMERY, IL—Reich Brothers, which is headquartered in White Plains, and partner HFZ Capital Group of New York City, have purchased the four-million-square-foot Caterpillar manufacturing and distribution complex here for $68.5 million. The deal for the 350-acre campus also features a sale-leaseback component with Deerfield, IL-based Caterpillar Inc. The construction equipment manufacturer plans to keep approximately…

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Modell’s Files Bankruptcy; 137 Store Leases Available

March 2020

MELVILLE, NY—Days after sporting goods retailer Modell’s Sporting Goods filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Melville, NY-based A&G Real Estate Partners is marketing 137 Modell’s store leases in nine Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states and the District of Columbia. The retailer, founded in 1889, operates 153 stores located in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island,…

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