E-Mail May Be Binding, State Court Rules
Posted: Feb 17, 2011
Be Careful when clicking "send." That essentially the message to brokers and their clients from a state court , which ruled recently in a real estate disput that e-mails can carry the same weight as traditional ink-on-paper contracts.
ENERGY STAR Performers: Customers Earn High Marks for Energy Efficiency
Posted: May 27, 2009
Businesses are buzzing about ENERGY STAR. Whether they're retrofitting existing office space or designing a new structure, companies from coast to coast are seeking out the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) ENERGY STAR label, the national symbol of energy efficiency.
Energy conservation means tenant savings ... and a protest against OPEC
Posted: Aug 15, 2008
Not too long ago I had the good fortune of spending time with expertsin the Middle East and listened to the sobering truth of how our nationdepends on foreign oil production specifically from that region. Ourpetrol dollars can be translated as energy expenditures here at home.
Grunberg Lobs $54M Play to Win First Metro Deed
Posted: Nov 14, 2007
Making its first acquisition in the Phoenix market, a company formed byGrunberg Realty in New York City has paid $54 million or $215 per sf tobuy Scottsdale Executive Office Park, a 251,588-sf complex.
GRUNBERG REALTY ENTERS VALLEY MARKET . . . SPENDS $54 MILLION FOR SCOTTSDALE OFFICES
Posted: Nov 09, 2007
A company formed by Grunberg Realty in New York City (Michael Grunberg,principal) paid $54 million ($214.64 per foot) to buy a251,588-square-foot office project at 8655 E. Via de Ventura and 7975N. Hayden Road in Scottsdale.
Hartford's Booster in Chief
Posted: Jun 24, 2007
LAWRENCE R. GOTTESDIENER is a glass-half-full kind of guy. Ten yearsago, with a recession hanging like smog over the city's downtown, hesaw opportunity. "I came in with the impression that this was themostundervalued market in the country," he said.
Businesses Launch $1.2M Improvements Goal: cleaner, safer, more beautiful streets
Posted: May 08, 2007
Beginning by month's end, downtown and Asylum Hill property owners willexpect a big bang for the 1 percent tax surcharge they are paying tofund improvements in a newly formed business improvement district.
Prudential Staying In City, Company's Retirement Services Unit Signs New 10-Year Lease, Will Occupy More Space
Posted: Mar 09, 2007
The same day Hartford learned it might lose a major downtown employerto the suburbs, another big company renewed its lease in the centralbusiness district, keeping more than 800 employees in the city.
Posted: Nov 08, 2006
Hudson 38 Holdings LLC has purchased a 16-story Garment District commercial building for $51 million.
A Red-Hot Mover, Shaker and Flipper
Posted: Oct 09, 2006
Michael Grunberg has proved a master at creating sizzle, with thered-hot developer's latest plans to turn the form Bank of Americabuilding at 777 Main St. into chic condominiums.