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Expansions

The Yard, Provider of Start-up Office Suites, Expands to NoMad

A work station at the Yard.

If “The Yard” sounds more like a business selling milled lumber than one renting office space to start-up tech and media outfits, any confusion has caused no apparent harm to the venture by that name co-owned and operated by Richard Beyda and Morris Levy. In 2011, the pair opened the inaugural Yard location in Williamsburg—a 14,000 square-foot facility overlooking McCarren Park, and offering month-to-month rentals for office space to companies of roughly one to eight people. Read More

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Winick Builds on Garden State Expansion With Jersey Investment Sales Division

Urszula Zoltek

Months after launching a New Jersey office, Winick Realty Group is doubling down across the river with a New Jersey investment sales division.

“The investment sales market is red hot right now, with a substantial amount of business that reaches prerecession levels,” Tyler Bennett, a senior vice president and founding partner of the office, said in a prepared statement. “We believe it is the right time to launch an investment sales division to meet this demand.” Read More

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New York-Presbyterian’s $1 Billion Expansion Wins Approval

New York Presbyterian Hospital--Weill Cornell campus

New York-Presbyterian Hospital last Thursday got the O.K. from state health regulators for its expansion and takeover of New York Downtown Hospital.

The nation’s second oldest hospital will build a new ambulatory care center at 1283 York Avenue. The facility will be home to facilities for surgery, infusion therapy, primary car, MRIs and radiology. It will cost an estimated $895.5 million. Read More