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December182019
Hudson Yards Has Already Had a Game Changing Impact on Manhattan

Jigar Shah, CPA 12.18.19 | Berdon Industry Insights On March 15, 2019, the great and the good of New York City business, politics, culture, and media gathered together to mark […]

December162019
Berdon and Bloomberg Host CRE Execs for Wide-Ranging Talk on CRE

12.16.19 | Commercial Observer Berdon LLP and Bloomberg hosted the 2019 Real Estate Industry Executive Forum featuring two panels tackling the state of the industry. A “Fireside Chat”  moderated by […]

December122019
2019 Real Estate Executive Forum Panel

This panel discussion moderated by Berdon Partner, Meyer Mintz, featured Jennifer McLean from Kushner Companies, Andrea Olshan from Olshan Properties, and Richard Ruben from Ruben Companies and focused on the […]

December112019
Why Cities Like New York Want A Bite Of Every 1031 Exchange

12.11.19 | BERDON LLP | Bisnow New York Berdon state and local tax partner Wayne Berkowitz explains why state and local tax authorities have made attempts to gain some tax […]

November262019
2019 Real Estate Executive Forum Fireside Chat

This fireside chat with Carl Riccadonna, Chief U.S. Economist, Bloomberg LP and Jeff Langbaum Senior Analyst – Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), Bloomberg Intelligence provides an overview of the national […]

November262019
Climate Mobilization Act – A War on Greenhouse Gases and a Challenge for Real Estate

Mitchell Marcus, CPA 11.26.19 | Berdon Industry Insights The New York City Council (the Council) wants the City to go green in a big way, and has declared war on […]

November202019
December OZ Deadline Looms, But Won’t Be The Final Word On The Program

11.20.19 | BERDON LLP | Bisnow New York With a year-end deadline approaching, Berdon partner Marc Fogel expects a spike in activity as investors seek to take full advantage of […]

August142019
Manufacturing Jobs Are Driving Rezoning Efforts On Long Island

8.14.19 | BERDON LLP | Bisnow New York Via rezoning efforts to open up parcels of suburban land for denser residential and commercial uses, Long Island towns are hoping to […]

August022019
Cap on Tax Deductions Boosts Demand for Lower-Tax Homes as High-End Sales Stagnate

08.02.19 | Newsday | By Maura McDermott The $10,000 cap on deductions for state and local taxes has spurred demand for Long Island homes with relatively low property taxes and contributed […]