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Isaac Katan

Principal
Katan Group

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.


07/24/15
...project in Park Slope originally planned by developer Isaac Katan, and also own a 26-unit rental building at 433 Third Avenue in Gowanus. Malafis and...

04/21/15
...Domino Sugar site and the former factory (inset: Isaac Katan) A five-building complex on the site of the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg is...

01/23/14
...revived the building last year after previous owner Isaac Katan’s plans for condominiums stalled due to a lack of financing, as The Real...

03/05/12
...Previous reports tied the stalled development site to Isaac Katan, who recently unloaded a different stalled Fourth Avenue site, in South Slope, approved for...

03/01/12
...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...

11/15/10
...the Williamsburg waterfront. The final plans by developers Isaac Katan and CPC Resources for the Domino Sugar factory, on the other hand, turned out...

02/12/09
...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...

07/30/07
...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...

07/24/07
...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...

07/03/07
...for the site submitted to City Planning. Developers Isaac Katan and the Community Preservation Corporation want to construct two of the buildings in what...

06/26/07
...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...

06/04/07
...partnership between the nonprofit Community Preservation Corporation and Isaac Katan...
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