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John Jordan

John Jordan

Contributing Writer, Globest,com

John Jordan is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years experience in newspaper and web publishing. He is a contributing writer for Real Estate Forum and GlobeSt.com johnjord@aol.com

  • NYCEDC Seeks Restaurant Operators at New Essex Street Market

    NYCEDC Seeks Restaurant Operators at New Essex Street Market

    NEW YORK CITY—The NYCEDC also reported on Thursday it had awarded the first low-interest loan through the Emerging Developer Loan Fund. The project, 1193 Fulton Avenue Residence LLC, will be a nearly 21,000 square foot, 100% affordable, 25-unit residential building in the Morrisania section of the Bronx.

  • Sumitomo Bank Inks Major Lease in Downtown White Plains

    Sumitomo Bank Inks Major Lease in Downtown White Plains

    WHITE PLAINS—CBRE reports it has brokered a 101,000-square-foot lease with Tokyo-based Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. at 1 North Lexington Ave., also known as the Gateway Building. The bank has committed to a 13-year lease at the more than 532,000-square-foot office building.

  • Schneiderman Looks to Crack Down on Tenant Harassment

    Schneiderman Looks to Crack Down on Tenant Harassment

    NEW YORK CITY—The Attorney General’s Tenant Protection Act would set a more reasonable standard that eliminates the need to prove physical injury to a tenant, and opens the door to prosecutions arising out of more commonplace and insidious tactics.

  • German Investors Make First NYC Purchase in Brooklyn

    German Investors Make First NYC Purchase in Brooklyn

    NEW YORK CITY—The German real estate family’s purchase multiple is 21.5 times the rent with a capitalization rate of 3.3%, according to Britannia Group's co-founders and managing partners Jacob Rogosnitzky and David Zlotnick, who represented the buyer in the deal.

  • Mayor Walsh to Finalize ‘Imagine Boston 2030’ Plan This Summer

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    Mayor Walsh to Finalize ‘Imagine Boston 2030’ Plan This Summer

    BOSTON—The plan identifies six transit-accessible areas at the edges of existing city neighborhoods where it could guide new housing and commercial growth, supported by public realm and climate investments. Those six areas are: Sullivan Square, Newmarket and Widett Circle, Fort Point Channel, Suffolk Downs, Readville and Beacon Yards.

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