Mixed Use - New York

  • New York—A Matter of Life and Science

    New York received its invitation to join the biotech cluster club – the guest list also includes San Francisco, Boston and San Diego. However, Transwestern’s newest report reveals if the city has what it takes to be a full-time member.

    15 September 2017 14:27
  • Pennrose Secures $171M for NJ Arts Center

    The funds ensure the firm's continued public-private partnership development of the 450,000-square-foot New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, which will feature mixed-income apartments, office space, and two theater venues.

    14 September 2017 11:32
  • National Resources Snags Former IBM Campus

    The company purchased the land from GlobalFoundries, which will continue to own 160 of the 300 acres the property sits on, while leasing building space from NRE.

    08 September 2017 14:56
  • Furniture Company Leases 47 KSF in Suburban NJ

    In a deal brokered by NAI James E. Hanson, GBK Group Inc. expanded its warehousing and distribution business by occupying space at a retail and industrial/flex building in Fairview, N.J.

    28 August 2017 13:43
  • Trinity Wall Street Scores $400M for NYC High-Rise

    Cushman & Wakefield arranged the acquisition financing for 375 Hudson St., a 19-story Class A office and retail building in Manhattan.

    21 August 2017 11:59
  • Urstadt Biddle Invests in NJ Shopping Center

    The company acquired an equity interest in a new partnership that purchased the 75,400-square-foot, mixed-use Washington Commons Shopping Center in Dumont, N.J. The property encompasses retail, restaurant and apartment units.

    08 August 2017 13:46
  • $2B Times Square Project Lands New Partner

    L&L Holding joined Maefield Development, Fortress Investment Group and the Nederlander Organization in the transformation of 1568 Broadway in Manhattan.

    07 August 2017 09:40
  • Newark Dreams to Join Ranks of Destination Cities

    As the Garden State’s largest city is looking to get into the revitalization game, cranes are returning to the skyline, with $1 billion of projects underway and another $4 billion in the pipeline.

    02 August 2017 12:57
  • TF Cornerstone Tapped for 1.5 MSF LIC Development

    The 4.5-acre site will include residential, commercial, industrial, retail and academic spaces throughout. Handel Architects, ODA and Mathews Nielsen Landscape are designing the project.

    01 August 2017 13:20
  • Blink Fitness Takes Over Brooklyn Landmark

    The Lyceum originally served as NYC Public Bath No. 7 and underwent preservation of its exposed brick, large arched windows and industrial steel trusses that support the 22-foot high ceilings.

    28 July 2017 12:37
  • Spector Group Reveals Design for NYPD Training Center

    The firm joined forces with Tactical Design North to deliver the first renderings for the upcoming 150,000-square-foot Nassau County Center for Training and Intelligence in Garden City, N.Y. The center is aimed to service personnel from 19 villages and city departments, as well as state and federal law enforcement agencies.

    26 July 2017 13:46
  • JLL to Lease, Market NY Bioscience Park

    The firm will handle the leasing and marketing for Broad Hollow Bioscience Park, a 62,000-square-foot biotechnology research facility located in Farmingdale, N.Y., which provides affordable leasing space to biotech companies through tax-incentive programs.

    25 July 2017 13:30
  • Meridian Arranges $21M Refi for NYC Property

    The eight-story mixed-use asset features four commercial units and 20 luxury apartments and is in close proximity to the Subway Line 1 at Houston Street.

    24 July 2017 12:09
  • Bell Works Lands $70M in Financing

    Somerset Development is transforming the two million-square-foot property into an indoor “downtown area” with retail on the ground floor, office and hotel on the upper floors, as well as single-family and townhomes.

    21 July 2017 12:21
  • JV to Redevelop Historic Sunshine Theatre in NYC

    A partnership between East End Capital and K Property Group purchased the 29,200-square-foot building for $31.5 million. The historic Houston Street cinema will close in January 2018, and will be transformed into a mixed-use development.

    14 July 2017 07:34