Silber Investment Properties moves to Plainview

New York /
Aug.August 20, 2018 02:45 PM

The commercial real estate brokerage firm Silber Investment Properties will move from its Hicksville offices to a new 12,076-square-foot home in Plainview. Silber, which specializes in buying and selling of retail investment properties, hopes to recruit more people onto its brokerage team after the move. The Plainview space is about three times the size of their old home, Long Island Business News reported. They’re expected to move in mid-September. “The firm has been steadily growing since day one and now is the perfect time for us to set the stage and take advantage of the increasing market opportunities,” a company principal Adam Silber said. Alan Yaffe of United Realty represented Silber. David Hunt of Hunt Corporate Services represented landlord Anton-Cerrone Associates in the negotiations. [LIBN]


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