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NEW YORK CITY—The JLL executive received the certification from Iona College, his alma matter.
NEW YORK CITY—Before agreeing to merge with the JBG Cos., New York REIT also considered asset-by-asset liquidation of its portfolio or bringing in new investors for minority or majority positions.
YONKERS, NY—The sale could not come at a better time for Westchester County, which is in the midst of trying to close a $17-million budget gap
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NEW YORK CITY—Hired as senior director of operations, the industry veteran has been in the business for three-and-a-half decades.
CHEVY CHASE, MD—The combined portfolio includes over 9.7 million square feet of office assets, one million square feet of retail assets and 4,500 residential units.
NEW YORK CITY—Following a lackluster first quarter for CMBS, May has seen “one of the most active issuance weeks in months” thanks to a $2.3-billion trio of conduit deals, according to Trepp.
CHEVY CHASE. MD—New York REIT’s stock price fell 8.1% on the morning after the deal was announced.