Articles Archive for 14 October 2011
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Faced with a slow recovery, rising fuel prices, a conservative consumer, changing shipping lanes and increasing urbanization, industrial property owners must cope with a dramatically changing landscape.
Urban industrial space, in particular, sometimes sits vacant as big box retailers take more space in the suburbs. Rather than falling prey to the wrecking ball, these properties can inspire creative redevelopment. Kalmon Dolgin Affiliates, Inc. (KDA) has been taking a unique approach to solving the problem of the city’s empty storage space by converting former manufacturing buildings into attractive mixed-use destinations.
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By Daniel Geiger
A web of lawsuits have been woven around an allegedly crooked rabbi accused of forging paperwork to steal a whole building.According to court records and knowledgeable sources, Benjamin Herbst and cohorts have been the focus of a number of real estate lawsuits similar to the one Real Estate Weekly reported last week he is involved in at the midtown office building 315 West 35th Street.