Westchester County

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A joint venture formed by affiliates of Westport CapitalPartners LLC and New World Realty Advisors, LLC has closed on the$12.1-million purchase of the Hampshire Country Club at 1107 CoveRd. in Mamaroneck, NY. The buyers are planning to reopen the116-acre facility, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy about sixmonths ago. William Cuddy and Budd Wiesenberg of CB Richard Ellis’Westchester office represented the country club’s board ofdirectors in the sale.

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New York City

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Television icon Bill Moyers is moving his production company andthe foundation he heads into a pre-built 6,327-square-foot space onthe seventh floor at W&H Properties’ 250 W. 57th St. PublicAffairs Television Inc. and the Schumann Center for Media &Democracy, both currently housed at 450 W. 33rd St., are expectedto move into the new space next month. James DeLuca of Cushman& Wakefield represented the Moyers organizations; hiscolleagues Barry Zeller and George Fabian represented thebuilding ownership.

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In its first permanent space in New York City, e-discovery firmExcelerate Discovery has signed a 4,220-square-foot sublease fromMainichi USA at 420 Lexington Ave., the Graybar Building owned bySL Green Realty Corp. The term is three-and-a-half years.Atlanta-based Excelerate has already relocated from temporary spaceat 750 Third Ave. CresaPartners’ Bob Stella and Justin Halpernrepresented Excelerate; CBRE’s Paul Walker negotiated for SLGreen.

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CBRE’s Long Island office is marketing a pair of multifamilyapartment complexes in Queens: 1301-1315 Augustina Ave. and1300-1316 Central Ave. in Far Rockaway, and 109-09-33 202nd St.,202-06-20 109th Ave. and 109-36 203rd St. in Hollis. Together theycomprise 40 townhouse buildings with a total of 80 duplex rentalunits. The CBRE Long Island team of David Zelinski and Larry Weisswill work closely with colleagues Elli Klapper and David Gross fromthe firm’s Long Island City office, as well as Dan Kaplan, NedMidgley and Tim Sheehan from the Manhattan headquarters. Theportfolio is being marketed as a whole or as individualproperties.

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Winick Realty Group has leased the final retail space at theMoinian Group’s Marc, a luxury rental apartment complex at 900Eighth Ave. Duet Karaoke Bar plans to move into the6,000-square-foot space, comprising 500 square feet on the groundlevel and 5,500 square feet on the lower level, by year’s end.Winick’s Darrell Rubens and Annie Shinn represented Moinian;independent broker Fuminori Yokoyama represented Duet Karaoke Bar,which has two other Manhattan locations.

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Staffing firm Park Hudson International has signed a 10-year,5,600-square-foot lease at 212 W. 35th St. The KaufmanOrganization’s Barbra Raskob represented both tenant and landlordin the transaction. Asking rents at the 90,000-square-footproperty, which is managed by Kaufman Management Co., LLC, are inthe high $20s per square foot.

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New Jersey

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Paramus-based Goldstein Group recently brokered several newrestaurant leases throughout New Jersey. The firm’s president,Chuck Lanyard, tells GlobeSt.com, “Our team has been rathersuccessful lately in leasing space to restaurant users.People need to eat and we have seen new concepts come to themarket whether franchise-based or corporately-owned andoperated.” New tenants include Musclemaker Grill, which leased a1,600-square-foot space at Troy Hills Shopping Center inParsippany. Meanwhile, Sertino’s Caf

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Paul Bubny

Paul Bubny is managing editor of Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com. He has been reporting on business since 1988 and on commercial real estate since 2007. He is based at ALM Real Estate Media Group's offices in New York City.