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Resurgence of the Ground Lease: Q&A With Skyline Properties CEO Robert Khodadadian

Skyline Properties is a commercial real estate advisory firm based in Manhattan. Traditionally, Skyline focuses on off-market investment sales, but over the last few years, Robert Khodadadian and his team have garnered attention guiding owners and tenants through the sophisticated yet lucrative process of ground leasing. Commercial Observer’s Industry Insights team caught up with Khodadadian, […]

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The Real Deal Magazine’s Data Book 2018

For the 4th year in a row, Skyline Properties is proud to sponsor The Real Deal’s 2018 Date Book, coming out this February. Watch for it on newsstands and reach out to us at Groundlease.NYC to learn more about exciting Ground Leasing opportunities. Click Here

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First phase of Moynihan Train Hall project opens on Eighth Ave.

The first phase of the Moynihan Train Hall quietly opened on Thursday morning, unveiling an Eighth Avenue entrance to tracks below the James A. Farley Post Office. The expansion of the West End Concourse is intended to create additional access to the Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak tracks and will eventually connect Penn Station to the new Moynihan Train Hall along 33rd Street. The new concourses were supposed to open in the fall, but […]

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The Long View: Cadre and the dilemma of the secondary market

Most Americans know Cadre as Jared Kushner’s startup, the investment he infamously failed to mention on his White House ethics disclosure form. But the political hullabaloo makes it easy to overlook that its actual business model is also a big deal. Last week, the online real estate investment platform raised $65 million in a round led by Andreessen Horowitz, reportedly at a $800 million valuation.  Part of Cadre’s appeal, according to sources familiar with the […]

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Chinese banks ordered to stop business deals with Anbang

Chinese authorities have told banks to stop various business dealings with Anbang Insurance Group amid reports its chairman Wu Xiaohui is being investigated for economic crimes. A source told Bloomberg that some lenders are already distancing themselves from the company without notice from government. At least six major banks have stopped selling Anbang policies at their branch networks, the publication reported. According to Bloomberg, Anbang’s life insurance unit distributes nearly 90 percent of its products through […]

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