The Oklahoma-based commercial brokerage Stan Johnson Company has been tapped to exclusively market the Class A retail condominium located at 1991 Broadway for $39.5 million, according to a company release. Jason Maier, a Stan Johnson director, and associate Jeff Karp, are in charge of the marketing. [more]
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Canadian commercial property firm Avison Young continued its American expansion kick with its first hire in Manhattan, tapping a mid-level CB Richard Ellis leasing broker, Gregory Kraut, to start the difficult task of building a New York City office.
Kraut, who had been at CBRE for six years focusing on representing tenants, was most recently a first vice president working closely with David Hollander, a company senior vice president. Thirty-five-year-old Kraut was hired this month and will be a principal at the new firm.
The Real Deal reported in June that Avison Young, a private, independent firm headed by CEO Mark Rose was looking to open an office in Manhattan. Young brokers have been in high demand recently. Last week Eric Anton and Ronald Solarz, both in their 40s, left Eastern Consolidated for real estate investment firm Brookfield Financial, and earlier this month Oklahoma-based net lease brokerage Stan Johnson opened an office in Manhattan with former Massey Knakal agent Jason Maier. … [more]
Another commercial real estate firm is looking to get into the New York City market.
Oklahoma-based investment sales company Stan Johnson opened its first New York City office earlier this month, GlobeSt.com reported.
The office has been staffed with two executives who will focus on single tenant net lease opportunities in the Northeast.
“I think New York is a very attractive market to us,” Harold Briggs, executive manager of Stan Johnson, told GlobeSt.com. “It’s been on the strategic radar for us for quite some time. We’ve been on a pretty aggressive expansion plan nationally, having previously opened up offices in Houston, Chicago and Los Angeles and New York is just the next logical evolution for us.” … [more]