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  • From left: Alan Shamah, 535 West 162nd Street and Steven Vegh

    From left: Alan Shamah, 535 West 162nd Street and Steven Vegh

    UPDATED, March 25, 2:20 p.m.: E&M Associates just sold an eight-building package in Northern Manhattan to multifamily real estate investment firm Shamah Properties for $44 million in an off-market transaction, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

  • From left: Rosewood's Aaron Jungreis and two of the properties at 200 East 18th Street and 350 East 19th Street

    Multi-family real estate investment firm Shamah Properties has acquired a six-building, 376-unit Ditmas Park, Brooklyn portfolio for $42.1 million, Michael Kaplan, director of property management for Shamah, told The Real Deal today. The company, which launched a $50 million investment fund last year to acquire multi-family properties in New York City, closed on the portfolio April 19, which includes buildings at 2015 Foster Avenue, 1 St. Paul’s Court, 200 East 18th Street, 350 East 19th Street, 75 Hawthorne Street and 2101 Bedford Avenue. The deal has not yet hit public records. [more]

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  • Taconic closes $220M fund targeting NYC

    October 04, 2011 02:57PM

    Taconic Investment Partners co-CEO Paul Pariser and 111 Eighth Avenue

    Taconic Investment Partners, the firm that was part of a group that sold the Chelsea office building 111 Eighth Avenue to Google last December for $1.8 billion, completed raising $220 million for a fund focused on buying New York City properties, the company said in a statement today.

    The Chelsea-based firm is targeting “value-add and opportunistic multifamily, office and retail assets in New York City,” the company said, expecting to earn a 15 percent to 17 percent net return on the investments.

    “The shifting real estate landscape and capital markets disruption are likely to provide opportunities for significant long-term upside potential,” company co-CEO Paul Pariser, said in the release.

    Even as Taconic did well with the Google sale, in other deals it has suffered, for example at 375 Pearl Street. Taconic purchased the tower in 2007 for $173 million and sold it this June for $120 million. — Adam Pincus[more]