Some of the City's top real estate minds gathered at Ten Grand Street on Ocotber 31, 2019 for Commercial Observer's "5th Annual Brooklyn, Queens Forum." One of the questions they discussed was the impact of the loss of the Amazon HQ2.
“Lower Manhattan has re-emerged as a dynamic, thriving market as 24/7 live-work communities show their strength and desirability and property owners, landlords and builders work to enhance its appeal,” observed Jaimee Nardiello, Partner at Zetlin & De Chiara LLP, at Commercial Observer’s “3rd Annual Downtown Forum” on September 24th.
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This article is written in Chinese, an English translation is forthcoming.
New York State’s $175 billion FY 2020 budget included several Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“MTA”) reforms. One of these reforms, the debarment provision (Bill No. A02009C/S01509-C, Section § 1279-h), allows the MTA to determine unilaterally that alleged “defaulting” contractors and consultants will be prohibited from bidding on future MTA contracts for a period of five years based on their performance on prior or current MTA projects.
- "The Design Team's Roles and Contracts"ABA Construction Law, Second Edition 2019