Since the majors closings of Walbaum's and Pathmark, Long Island has seen as emergence in grocers and supermarkets. Have a look at the six growing stores in LI.
New York will begin studying the legalization of marijuana, if passed it will be a benefit for the cannabis commercial real estate industry here.
NY State announced a $10 million effort to bring a new downtown in Hicksville, as part of the state’s Downtown Revitalization program.
With the 2017 year-end statistics solidified, we’re reporting the Long Island commercial real estate market’s performance in the fourth and final quarter of 2017. Arming you with details and statistics, this report will include Long Island’s retail, office, and industrial markets. To most easily digest this information we will break it down simply by market with [...]
With only two months remaining in 2017, we’re checking in on the Long Island commercial real estate market to see how it performed in the third quarter. Arming you with the details and statistics, this report will include Long Island’s retail, office, and industrial markets. To most easily digest this information we will break it down [...]
The fun fall season in Long Island is meant to be enjoyed. This article compiles the seven superb events in LI that you must do this season.
September 13, 2017 Three adjacent mixed-use buildings in Franklin Square have been sold for $7.1 million, the brokerage that handled the sale said. Read The Full Article>>
We’ve surpassed the halfway point of 2017 and Q2 market reports are officially in so we’re here today to bring you the latest update and report on Long Island’s commercial real estate markets. Arming you with the details and statistics, this report includes Long Island’s retail, office, and industrial markets. To most easily digest this information, [...]
July 21, 2017 Last month Long Island Business News’ David Winzelberg crafted a cover story entitled “Remaking Retail” that featured American Investment Properties’ President Ron Koenigsberg. The story focused on ways in which Long Island retail properties are adapting to meet the ever-changing needs of the retail market to remain resilient. Read the full story here>>
Long Island’s unemployment rate holds steady at 3.9%, suggesting full employment. A study released by the State Department of Labor shows that the unemployment rate on Long Island has remained steady over the past year. Some local economists believe the rates are steady because Long Island has reached full employment – meaning that the jobless rate [...]