Isaac Katan is a principal at the
Katan Group, a privately held, Brooklyn-focused real estate development firm. The Katan Group's signature project was the redevelopment of the 11-acre Domino Sugar factory site on the Williamsburg waterfront. Katan and his partners acquired the site in 2006 for $55 million but were forced to sell the project after defaulting on $125 million in financing. In response, Katan has initiated and lost a series of lawsuits.
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...project in Park Slope originally planned by developer
Isaac Katan, and also own a 26-unit rental building at 433 Third Avenue in Gowanus.
...Domino Sugar site and the former factory (inset:
A five-building complex on the site of the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg is...
...revived the building last year after previous owner
Isaac Katan’s plans for condominiums stalled due to a lack of financing, as The Real...
...Previous reports tied the stalled development site to
Isaac Katan, who recently unloaded a different stalled Fourth Avenue site, in South Slope, approved for...
...after a 16-unit condominium project by local developer
Isaac Katan stalled due to lack of financing, according to the site's new owner, Greenwood on...
...the Williamsburg waterfront. The final plans by developers
Isaac Katan and CPC Resources for the Domino Sugar factory, on the other hand, turned out...
...year his former partners Africa Israel Investments and
Isaac Katan put the properties on the market for $27 million. The move left the Jewish Press...
...the Domino into a museum comes as developers
Isaac Katan and CPC Resources plan to build 2,200 residential units on the site of the waterfront...
...Williamsburg project today. The Community Preservation Corporation and
Isaac Katan intend to build 2,200 residential units on the 11.2-acre waterfront site and hope to break...
...for the site submitted to City Planning. Developers
Isaac Katan and the Community Preservation Corporation want to construct two of the buildings in what...
...the nonprofit Community Preservation Corporation (CPC) and developer
Isaac Katan prepare to construct more than 1,500 residential units in the massive, multi-building structure on the...
...partnership between the nonprofit Community Preservation Corporation and