The Top Five American Real Estate Market Players

The real estate sector in the U.S. is arguably the most vibrant industry across the world. The industry is flocked with financial bigwigs, each doing tremendously well. The Observer ranked the top 50 key real estate market players based on their performance in 2016. From the 50, which includes Andrew Farkas, Chard Tredway and Greg Reimers, this article samples five.

Why New York City is a Popular Urban Real Estate Destination

New York City is home to a lot of people. Many more visit the city for business or pleasure. It is the biggest city in the United States with five major boroughs. These are Manhattan, Queens, The Bronx, Brooklyn and Staten Island. New York City is among the most stable real estate markets in the world due to high transparency levels and the fact that it is highly underleveraged. A big number of prominent business persons, such as Joe Sitt have made NYC their investment center. Consequently, this has attracted many real estate investors. The most popular real estate developers are: -WL Ross -Two Trees Management -Tishman Speyer -Thor Equities, owned by Joe Sitt -The Trump Organization -Boston Properties. Before they consider investing in real estate, development...

Ryan Reynolds Is Bestowed Hasty Pudding “Man of the Year” Award

At Farkas Hall in Cambridge (hall named for Andrew Farkas, http://www.andrewlfarkas.com/), Massachusetts last Friday Ryan Reynolds was the recipient of the annual Hasty Pudding award for “Man of the Year.” The star of last year’s “Deadpool” was very much in the right spirit for accepting his pudding pot. The Hasty Pudding Award ceremony is known for its lively comic atmosphere and Ryan definitely contributed to that. Giving a lap dance to a male attendee in drag, putting a Deadpool-themed bra over his black velvet tux and smashing an actual green lantern with a sledgehammer he was given proved he understood the tone of the festivities. The ceremony is basically a roast. Octavia Spencer received the “Woman of the Year” pot.

New York City’s Finest Skyscrapers

The Empire State Building ESRT
Address: 350 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan

This is one of the most famous skyscrapers in the world. It took only 410 days to complete this Art Deco themed building. The architect was William F. Lamb. It remained the tallest building in the world from 1931 to 1970. There are observation decks open to the public. The highest point is 1,454 ft with 102 floors. This building has been featured in several films such as King Kong, An Affair to Remember, and Sleepless in Seattle with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.

Impact of Urban Real Estate on NYC Neighborhood

Modern energy and urban development are changing NYC’s past by introducing new structures. The companies which are involved in the development of urban estate include Spandrel Development, and Joseph Sitt who invest in a resort and residential developments, Forester City Partner involved in economic and local communities’ development while Partners and Foster focus on industrial and residential development. NYC is a city where by transportation below and above ground operates 24/7 with Turner Construction participating in building new concrete stairways in the city subways. The modern and new structure designs are helping by improving urban lifestyle and neighborhood’s activities hence giving the residents of NYC a preference. Therefore, the resident enjoys the...

Silver Run Completes Its Acquisition of Centennial Resource Production, LLC

Silver Run has also expanded the number of its board of directors to eight from the previous four members. This consists of persons such as Maire A. Baldwin, Mark G. Papa, Karl Bandtel, Pierre F. Lapeyre Jr, Jeffrey H. Tepper, Tony R. Weber, David M. Leuschen and Robert M Tichio.

Best observation platforms of NYC

Like to take marvelous photos? Fan of breathtaking views? This article is for those who would like to feel themselves “on the Top of the world” during their visit to New York . This is top 3 most famous NY skyscrapers. 1. Empire State Building Being in Manhattan and doesn’t visit the Empire State Building is like coming to Paris forgetting to take a look at the Eiffel Tower. This gorgeous office building has been the symbol of New York state and Anthony Malkin for more than 80 years. To get to this landmark is very easy, it is located on the 34 street, in the center of Midtown, and thanks to New York straight streets you are able to see “Empire” almost from all parts of the city. Elevator will take goes to the 102 floor from which...

2017 The Future of NY Real Estate

Manhattan also features and A-list resident list. Famous denizens of upper Manhattan include Tom Brokaw, Steven Spielberg, Robert Dinero, Joe Sitt, Samuel L Jackson and many more.

The Empire State Realty Trust, and the Skyscrapers They Own

The New York City skyline has some of the tallest and most iconic buildings in the world. Each individual building has its own style and history. These ESRT buildings are tourist attractions for people that come from all over the world.

Mall Giant Westfield Corp. Hires Broadway Producer to Up Entertainment Factor

Those that have marveled at the beauty of the musical The Color Purple on Broadway will likely find that the news of its producer, Scott Sanders, leaving the production as somewhat of a shock, especially due to where he is going. Sanders, who owns a self-named production company in New York, sold the group to Westfield Corporation, a global commercial real estate company specializing in building and operating malls. Coming off winning the “Best Musical Revival” Tony Award for his theatrical version of the The Color Purple, Westfield hopes Sanders will be a great fit for their first-ever Creative Head of Global Entertainment. This acquisition does not relieve Sanders of his connections with his namesake brand or its productions. In fact, as part of the business...