Commercial Real Estate News & Events, Howard Properties, New York

Announcements

18 Jul2017

ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS?

The year 2017 is almost half over. What are you doing about planning for your business for the rest of this year and for 2018 and beyond? Are you working on new marketing strategies? New hires? Acquisitions? Any or all of these can result in changes in your needs for space. Give me a call

11 Jul2017

Howard Greenberg Quoted in Article on March of Dimes Headquarters

WHITE PLAINS - March of Dimes, a well-known nonprofit, is selling its national headquarters building on Mamaroneck Avenue. March of Dimes has been based in the 113,000-square-foot office building on 11 acres for the past three decades. "After careful evaluation of our office in White Plains, the March of Dimes building at 1275 Mamaroneck Avenue

22 May2017

HOWARD PROPERTIES, LTD. DEBUTS NEW WEBSITE

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd., White Plains, New York, has announced that his firm has launched a new website. "After more than 30 years in the industry, I felt it was important to highlight my work and expertise in the Westchester County market, as well as my track record of representing

28 Apr2017

HOWARD PROPERTIES, LTD. REPRESENTS TRANS-OCEAN IMPORT CO. IN HEADQUARTERS RELOCATION

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd. reported that his firm has represented Trans-Ocean Import Co., Inc. in a relocation from White Plains to Port Chester, New York. The company leased 3,569 square feet of space at 10 Midland Ave., which is owned by Benerofe Properties. Mr. Greenberg represented the tenant in the

01 Apr2017

HOWARD GREENBERG APPOINTED TO NEW ROCHELLE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd., White Plains, New York, has been appointed to the New Rochelle Industrial Development Agency (IDA). Mr. Greenberg has over 30 years of experience as a commercial real estate broker in Westchester County. He formed Howard Properties, Ltd. in 1998 to represent corporations, law firms, privately owned

03 Mar2017

HOWARD PROPERTIES, LTD. REPRESENTS CLIENT IN EUROPEAN REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd. has announced that his firm has represented a confidential client in the lease of 732 square meters (approximately 7,300 square feet) of office/warehouse space in IJsselstein, Netherlands. Mr. Greenberg had previously represented this client in a 49,500 square foot lease renewal in New Jersey. Through his

03 Feb2017

Howard Greenberg Quoted in Article on Resurgence in White Plains

WHITE PLAINS — A yogurt company moving to former retail space on Bloomingdale Road, a Fortune 500 insurance company headed to South Broadway, and a millennial-owned startup thriving on Mamaroneck Avenue are all indications of a recent upswing in the office-space market in the White Plains central business district. A vibrant downtown, easy access to

20 Jan2017

HOWARD PROPERTIES, LTD. REPRESENTS NOT FOR PROFIT IN MOUNT VERNON LEASE

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd., White Plains, New York has announced that his firm has represented Family Services of Westchester, Inc. in a lease transaction at 6 Gramatan Avenue in Mount Vernon, New York. The tenant leased 4,200 SF for its mental health clinic and program offices. Mr. Greenberg represented the

21 Dec2016

Howard Greenberg Quoted on Proposed Wegman’s Store on the Platinum Mile

Wegman's proposal to build a supermarket plus a stand-alone building for a restaurant on a 20-acre site in Harrison is the latest milestone in the transformation of the so-called 'Platinum Mile.' The corridor of aged office parks along I-287 known as the Platinum Mile is decades past its corporate heyday, but there are signs of

12 Dec2016

Office Market 2016: The IBM factor, downtown allure and the rise of multifamily

As of the end of the third quarter of 2016, office leasing velocity was on par with last quarter's total of 500,000 square feet. For the year to date, leasing activity grew by 17.1 percent and direct rental rates rose about 24 cents per square foot over last year's rates. Renewals represented slightly more than