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  • 34-w-17th

    From left: 34 West 17th Street near Union Square, Gary Barnett and Ron Solarz

    Atkins & Breskin has picked up a 10-story commercial building at 34 West 17th Street – the latest property in Extell Development’s Ring portfolio to be sold – for $20 million, The Real Deal has learned. The Lower East Side-based real estate investment firm, led by Jerry Atkins, will convert the building into full-floor residential condominiums. [more]

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  • solarz-anton

    From left: Ronald Solarz and Eric Anton

    Eric Anton and Ronald Solarz are bringing their 14-year run as partners in New York City real estate investment to a close.

    Anton and Solarz worked together for more than a decade in investment sales at Eastern Consolidated. In 2011, the duo left Eastern to join Brookfield Financial, as previously reported. Brookfield Financial is the investment banking division of the Toronto-based real estate giant Brookfield Asset Management. While the duo have been partners since 2000, they’ve actually worked together even longer. [more]

  • Long-time Eastern Consolidated brokers Eric Anton and Ronald Solarz left the investment sales firm this week to take jobs at Brookfield Financial, several sources said.

    Brookfield Financial is a division of the Toronto Based office and residential giant, Brookfield Asset Management, which owns 50 percent of Brookfield Office Properties. Brookfield Office owns the World Financial Center in Lower Manhattan.

    The two, both executive managing directors, were some of the most productive at the firm, insiders said. It was not clear what their new titles or responsibilities would be. … [more]

  • Kenmare Square retail condo asks $17M

    March 02, 2011 03:10PM

    One Kenmare Square and Andre Balazs

    The 11,400-square-foot duplex retail condominium at One Kenmare Square has hit the market for $17.25 million, according to the Observer. The ground and lower floors of the glassy Soho building, developed by Andre Balazs and Cape Advisors at 211 Lafayette Street, are currently home to furniture retailer Mitchell Gold, and will be through March 2017, when its lease expires. The developers have tapped the Eastern Consolidated team of Ronald Solarz, Eric Anton and Eric Weinberg to market the space, which contains 7,400 square feet on the ground floor and 4,000 in the basement, connected by a stairwell and elevator. [NYO][more]