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  1. Inked: Recent Long Island real estate dealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Long Island Business News

    Tom Jenkins of S.B. Schwartz & Co. represented the tenant and Michael DiBella of Pliskin Realty & Development in Garden City represented landlord EJA Management in the lease transaction.


  2. Blumenfeld sues Forest City over Coliseum projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2015 | Long Island Business News

    In the latest salvo in the ongoing battle between developers of the Nassau Coliseum redevelopment project, Blumenfeld Development Group has filed a lawsuit against Forest City Ratner Companies for "illegal dismemberment" of their partnership. BDG's 45-page complaint filed in Nassau County Supreme Court Tuesday details the formation of its joint venture partnership with Forest City that started in July 2013, with Forest City assuming responsibility for the new arena and Syosset-based Blumenfeld becoming equal partners in the accompanying retail/entertainment space and future development of the site.


  3. Auction set for 150 Sandy-damaged propertiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Long Island Business News

    The state has contracted a Garden City-based firm to auction homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy, with the first 150 Long Island properties up for sale in May. Babylon Freeport home auction Housing Trust Fund Corporation Hurricane Sandy Island Park Lindenhurst Long Island Long Island Builders Institute New York Rising Paramount Realty USA


  4. CMBS market continues improvementRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2015 | Long Island Business News

    The monthly delinquency rate for CMBS real estate loans fell for the 20th time in the last two years, dropping to 5.58 percent, according to CMBS analyst Trepp . Except for a brief uptick toward the end of 2014, the delinquency rate for loans in CMBS has consistently declined, down from 6.1 percent six months ago and 6.78 percent in February 2014.


  5. Arrested developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | Long Island Business News

    That's the advice from some of the region's most successful developers, who've learned the hard way that marketing development projects to communities that don't want them is a surefire path to failure to launch. Take AvalonBay Communities for example.


  6. Denenberg admits $2.3M fraud, resignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | Long Island Business News

    A Nassau legislator who dropped out of a state Senate race after being sued by his former law firm has pleaded guilty to mail fraud charges and resigned. David Denenberg faces a likely prison sentence of 41 to 51 months under the terms of his plea agreement.


  7. Strip stakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2015 | Long Island Business News

    With a scarcity of triple-net leased and nationally tenanted retail properties for sale on Long Island, the demand for smaller, neighborhood strip centers is up, and so are their prices. Brokers say fully occupied smaller retail strips - those less than 15,000 square feet - are trading for upward of $600 a square foot here, at least 10 percent more than they fetched a year ago.


  8. Keep it downRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | Long Island Business News

    When a homeowner hires a contractor to remodel his kitchen, he expects to be quoted a total price for the job. If, after ripping up the cabinets, the contractor discovers additional plumbing work needs to be done, he'll run the cost by the homeowner and get his permission before revamping the pipes.


  9. Six degrees of educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | Long Island Business News

    A group of students from Adelphi University's Garden City campus got a dose of reality recently - more like a cold splash in the face - when they headed into the Big Apple to help feed the homeless. Some 60 Adelphi students went on what's called a "midnight run," according to newly named Adelphi president Christine Riordan, bringing food and clothing to indigent New Yorkers.


  10. Education islandRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2014 | Long Island Business News

    Long Island's business community is supported by an impressive mix of institutions of higher learning. Geographically dispersed throughout Nassau and Suffolk, the private and public colleges and universities offer undergraduate, graduate, professional, certificate and continuing-education programs in a wide range of fields, ensuring local businesses have an educated workforce and paper writing service dynamic programs that address local workforce needs.


  11. NY may ditch state test for uniform bar examRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2014 | Long Island Business News

    Come 2015, New York's youngest lawyers may have more in common with their peers in Alaska than the 2014 crop of Empire State attorneys. The New York Court of Appeals is considering adopting the Uniform Bar Examination , which would replace the state bar exam as early as next July.


  12. Ones to watch: Banking/wealth managementRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2014 | Long Island Business News

    Carmody has more than 25 years of experience managing trust and investment management portfolios. Based in Garden City, she serves as managing director for the bank's investment management division and as chairperson of the division's investment committee. 2 comments

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