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

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21 Nov2016

Howard Greenberg Comments on IBM Somers Sale

After announcing plans to vacate its Somers property earlier this year, Armonk-based IBM Corp. sold its 1.2 million-square-foot campus at 294 Route 100 for $31.75 million, according to documents filed with the Westchester County Clerk's Office. The 723-acre property was sold to a Delaware limited liability company on Sept. 29, though details of who owns

18 Aug2016

Howard Properties, LTD. Represents Law Firm in Garden City, New York Lease

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd. has announced that his firm has represented the law firm of Kaufman Borgeest & Ryan LLP ("KBR") in the expansion and extension of its lease at 1205 Franklin Ave., Garden City, New York. The building is owned by a division of the Treeline Companies. KBR expanded

11 Jul2016

Howard Greenberg’s First Half 2016 Real Estate Wrapup

The real estate news for the first half of 2016 is generally good. As has been the case for a few years now, multifamily residential is the hot product, but office activity has been solid and medical and medical-related uses are surging again after a brief quiet period. "Though the final numbers are not yet

27 Jun2016

Platinum Mile Office Park May House Apartments

The proposal calls for a 421-unit rental apartment complex where two aging office buildings now stand. The first apartment complex formally proposed on the Platinum Mile in Harrison would transform part of an old office park in a bid to attract young professionals and empty-nesters to an under-used area and boost the local tax base.

23 May2016

HOWARD PROPERTIES REPRESENTS LIGHTING DISTRIBUTOR IN RELOCATON

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd. , White Plains, New York, has announced that his firm has represented Wiedenbach Brown in its relocation within Westchester County. The tenant leased 4,573 square feet of space at 2975 Westchester Avenue, Purchase, New York for its national headquarters. Mr. Greenberg exclusively represented the tenant in

16 May2016

Howard Greenberg Comments on New Real Estate Trend.

On April 7, the Harrison Town Board approved the zoning change that will permit Normandy Partners and Toll Brothers to construct a 421-unit multifamily residential development to be known as The Residences at Corporate Park Drive.This represents a continuation of the important repurposing of Westchester's office stock. Two obsolete office buildings, totaling approximately 200,000 square

03 May2016

Column: Thoughts on the North 60

On Jan. 17, the Westchester County Business Journal featured an article titled "Astorino announces $1.2 billion biotech center for North 60." This article spoke about the proposal by developer Fareri Associates L.P. to create a biotech research facility, children's science center, medical offices, a 100-room hotel and retail stores and restaurants on the 60 acres

11 Apr2016

Howard Properties, Ltd. one of top Q1 dealmakers for Mack-Cali

MACK-CALI LEASES 1.1 MILLION SQUARE FEET DURING THE FIRST QUARTER Edison, New JerseyApril 7, 2016Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (NYSE: CLI) today announced that it executed 82 leases totaling 1.1 million square feet for its office and flex commercial real estate properties during the quarter ended March 31, 2106. This represents a 45 percent increase over the

07 Mar2016

Howard Properties, LTD. Represents Law Firm in 28,007 SF Lease Renewal

Howard E. Greenberg, SIOR, President of Howard Properties, Ltd., White Plains, New York, has announced that his firm has represented the law firm of Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry LLP in a lease renewal for its 28,007 square foot headquarters office at 7 Skyline Drive in Hawthorne, New York. The building is part of the

03 Mar2016

Howard Greenberg featured in article about Health Care Real Estate

Medical suites and urgent care centers are filling spaces left vacant since the recession as the industry shifts to more outpatient care. Hospitals are consolidating. Neighborhood doctors are joining physician groups. Outpatient facilities are proliferating, and nurse practitioners are playing more prominent roles in providing care. In response, across the Lower Hudson Valley, office parks