HK Org, Brickman look to sell Clinton Hill apartment building near the Navy Yard

first_img275 Park Avenue in BrooklynThe brand new Dock72 building at the Brooklyn Navy Yard is set to open this summer, bringing with it a slice of the 10,000 jobs the former ship yard is expected to add by next year.Now, the owners of a former Tootsie Roll factory turned loft-apartment building nearby are looking to cash in on what they think will be a wave of demand from Navy Yard workers.The HK Organization and Brickman Real Estate have put their 123-unit Chocolate Factory Lofts building in Clinton Hill up for sale with pricing guidance in the high-$60 million range, sources told The Real Deal. That works out to nearly $375 per gross square foot.The pricing, however, is not that far off from the $68 million that property records show the owners paid for the property at 275 Park Avenue five years ago.Representatives for the HK Organization and Brickman could not be immediately reached for comment. A Hodges Ward Elliott team of Will Silverman, Daniel Parker and Paul Gillen has the listing. The brokers declined to comment.Harry Kotowitz and Howard Klaus’ HK Organization teamed up with Brickman Real Estate – headed by founder and president Bruce Brickman – to buy the seven-story building in 2014.The previous owner, developer Aleksander Goldin, had purchased the factory property in 2000 and converted it into a mixed-use building with apartments under the J-51 tax program. The as-of-right incentive gives property owners a tax exemption and abatement on residential conversions in exchange for placing the units into the state’s rent stabilization program.The Chocolate Factory Lofts’ J-51 exemption expired last year, and now all of the units are market rate.In addition to the residential units, the property also has nearly 50,000 square feet of retail, which is leased to tenants including a small coffee shop and a gym.The owners refinanced the property in 2017 with a $60 million loan from LoanCore Capital.It’s not clear why the sellers are starting negotiations at a price that hasn’t appreciated much from the $68 million they laid out nearly five years ago. One explanation could be that they paid peak pricing at the top of the market in 2014.Brickman owns its investments through private funds that have a finite life cycle, which could impact its decision to sell.The neighborhood, meanwhile, is set to see an influx of new jobs. In addition to the WeWork-anchored Dock72 building that Rudin Management is codeveloping with Boston Properties, Steiner Studios is expanding its sound stage campus at the complex.The Navy Yard’s Wegmans supermarket is set to open later this year, and the 1 million-square-foot Building 77 is 85 percent leased following a $185 million renovation. This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

Surviving Christmas With the Relatives available on DVD and Digital in November

first_imgSurviving Christmas With the Relatives will be available on DVD and digital from 11th November 2019.The film is written and directed by Academy Award Nominee James Dearden (Fatal Attraction, Pascali’s Island, Rogue Trader) and produced by Nick Hamson (Premonition, Mum’s List) for Studio Soho Films.Surviving Christmas With the Relatives is a heart-warming, riotous take on the traditional festive family get-together, as disparate relatives are thrown together in a confined space for a 3-day ordeal.The film sees two sisters and their families come together in their recently deceased parents’ falling down country house, with chaotic consequences. Miranda (Gemma Whelan) and Dan (Julian Ovenden) are refugees from city life trying to set up a small holding with their kids in tow, and Lila (Joely Richardson) is a fading Hollywood star married to her alcoholic agent, Trent (Michael Landes). Ancient sibling rivalries flare up again to sabotage the hope for a season of good will.Surviving Christmas With the Relatives features an impressive roster of established British and American talent, including; Julian Ovenden (Downton Abbey, Knightfall), Gemma Whelan (Game of Thrones, The End of the F***king World), Joely Richardson (Nip/Tuck, 101 Dalmatians), Michael Landes (Burlesque, Angel Has Fallen), Sally Phillips (Bridget Jones’s Baby, I’m Alan Partridge), Ronni Ancona (Penelope, The Trip), Sophie Simnett (The Lodge, Daybreak), with Patricia Hodge (Miranda, The Elephant Man) and James Fox (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Performance).The film is available for pre-order now.last_img read more

BURNING QUESTIONS

first_img 2,171 2 Forums Home Sports Logos Share on other sites 250 Sign in to follow this   Location:Long Island, NY BURNING QUESTIONS Location:New Jersey Prev 0 Link to post Posted September 25, 2006 IceCap 21,575 The Steelers logo is interesting to me. Is there any other professional sports team who’s logo is, somewhat stolen, from some other form of industry or such? 985 Link to post 0 250 985 SportsLogo 0 Share on other sites Link to post Link to post bulldogbarks55 five boroughs, one City. Prev Members Link to post Moderators Share on other sites Link to post DIAMONDBACKS NATION Piping Free Edited September 26, 2006 by bulldogbarks55 Location:Utah Share this post 741 posts 0 Followers 0 Share on other sites 0 Location:Toronto, ON Except for the fact that there’s absolutely no requirement that they “match” them.The Packers ruined their road jerseys by trying to match them to the home jerseys. No there isn’t, but 99% of the time it looks better when the home and roads match. Members Posted September 26, 2006 0 iowahoo Members The Steelers logo is interesting to me. Is there any other professional sports team who’s logo is, somewhat stolen, from some other form of industry or such? Also, Detroit Neon indoor soccer team. Share this post Share on other sites 0 Link to post Members iowahoo STL FANATIC 2 8 Gothamite 21,575 Link to post Also don’t the Canucks use something of a corporate logo? The whale on the crest, which has nothing at all to do with the term “Canuck” is a reference to ORCA, the ownership group of the team. Really? I thought the whale referred to the orcas that can be seen on the west coast. Or it could be both. 2,826 posts Posted September 25, 2006 Location:Livonia, NY (near Rochester) Link to post Share on other sites 0 Members Posted September 26, 2006 Location:Charleston, SC Link to post Share this post Share this post Link to post Location:Ottawa, ON Share this post Next spartacat_12 Share on other sites Share this post 2,171 145 0 jhans203 capn89 79 79 I just have some random questions that have been bothering me for a while.First of all, why is the NY Giants home jersey blue and white without a trace of red, but the road is white and red without a trace of blue. Second, why does the Steelers helmet have the logo on one side only. 2,192 Share on other sites The giants have no excuses. They wanted to go throwback on the road–it matches an older uniform…but they have no excuses for not making any effort to match the home and road in any way. rams80 0 five boroughs, one City. Followers 0 Share this post Link to post Members 4,078 Link to post (edited) Members 1,110 posts 0 SportsLogos.Net 0 8 Share this post Tradition. jhans203 Share on other sites King of Consistency 1,913 posts BBM 2018 NFC West Champs! 39 2,192 14,053 posts In a similar vein the Brewer’s logo is somewhat reminiscant of a Miller Brewing- colors and wheat, especially the script M by it self, makes me think Miller. Link to post Share this post Posted September 25, 2006 Share on other sites iowahoo Posted September 26, 2006 79 STL FANATIC 22,645 1 0 0 22,645 Posted September 26, 2006 Edited September 26, 2006 by SabreGuy 53,285 posts 2 22,645 Gothamite SportsLogos.Net Location:Charleston, SC 0 0 Members Members SabreGuy Share on other sites Location:Belleville, ON, CA Share this post (edited) The Steelmark logo was used in print, radio and television ads as well as on labels for all steel products, from steel tanks to tricycles to filing cabinets.As a Browns fan I can’t help but question how Stillers fans can write about using a logo on radio ads. . . . . HA, you know, I must have read that thing ten times, and it never dawned on me it said they used the steelmark in radio ads. Nice. Also don’t the Canucks use something of a corporate logo? The whale on the crest, which has nothing at all to do with the term “Canuck” is a reference to ORCA, the ownership group of the team. Really? I thought the whale referred to the orcas that can be seen on the west coast. Or it could be both.Wait a minute . . . do you mean to suggest that sports logos can employ images that are uniquely representative of the community where a team is based, and not simply images that are strictly illustrative of the team’s nickname?I don’t know what consciousness-enhancing drugs you’ve been smoking, but that is way too enlightened a notion for most of the narrow minds around here. Members Share this post BBM Posted September 26, 2006 Sports Logo News Bemused membercenter_img 22,645 Favourite Logos:Florida State’s monograms and arrowhead | Late 90s/early 2000s Washington Capitals’ eagle | Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleer | Oklahoma State Cowboys | Tennessee Titans’ Fireball of Prometheus 145 Share on other sites 0 DrBear 1,489 posts Members The Milwaukee Admirals were named because their owner at the time sold Admiral appliances, and I believe they used the same block-letter italic font Admiral did for a short period as their wordmark. Posted September 26, 2006 Share this post capn89 2 amare32 45,948 posts 2,171 0 4,078 Members 0 0 0 If it’s burning, you should see your doctor ASAP. Forums Home DrBear Members 0 8 22,645 53,285 posts 0 Buc Members Link to post Location:About a mile from Lambeau Field 0 Share on other sites 4,078 Gordie Share this post 1,459 posts Share on other sites Gothamite 0 rams80 Share this post Location:Back to Back division titles! First time since 78-79 (!!) 39 Share this post Share this post 2,192 528 posts officeglenn iowahoo Posted September 26, 2006 Posted September 26, 2006 Page 1 of 2   0 BURNING QUESTIONS 528 posts 0 22,645 0 Link to post Posted September 26, 2006 13,464 posts 0 15,125 posts Sports Logos spartacat_12 The Steelers logo is interesting to me. Is there any other professional sports team who’s logo is, somewhat stolen, from some other form of industry or such? The Buffalo Bisons of the old AHL used to have a Pepsi cap as their logo/crest.The Steelmark logo was used in print, radio and television ads as well as on labels for all steel products, from steel tanks to tricycles to filing cabinets.As a Browns fan I can’t help but question how Stillers fans can write about using a logo on radio ads. . . . . Posted September 26, 2006 43 posts SportsLogo Share on other sites Posted September 25, 2006 IceCap Page 1 of 2   Members 250 Since I live near Rochester I grew up watching the Amerks in the ’50s and ’60s. One of the Amerks’ biggest rivals were the Buffalo Bisons. The Bisons’ bottle-cap logo is an all-time hockey classic. It came to be because the Pastor brothers, Ruby, Sam and Al were the Buffalo-area bottler of Pepsi-Cola and also bought the hockey Bisons in 1956 from the Jacobs Family (Sportservice). They created the logo as an obvious marketing ploy to promote their soft-drink business. At first the AHL Board of Governors didn’t like the tie-in, but they did like the fact that the Pastors were good, stable and fairly well-to-do owners, so the league relented. The almighty dollar wins again. SabreGuy Share on other sites 2 Share on other sites 0 iowahoo Posted September 26, 2006 Posted September 26, 2006 Location:Charleston, SC officeglenn Members Link to post 145 Posted September 26, 2006 Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. 0 0 Gordie Also don’t the Canucks use something of a corporate logo? The whale on the crest, which has nothing at all to do with the term “Canuck” is a reference to ORCA, the ownership group of the team. 0 Buc Location:Ashburton Grove We’ll get turned around soon. By spartacat_12, September 25, 2006 in Sports Logo News 0 1,808 posts Location:Somewhere on I-90 most likely iowahoo Posted September 26, 2006 Wait a minute . . . do you mean to suggest that sports logos can employ images that are uniquely representative of the community where a team is based, and not simply images that are strictly illustrative of the team’s nickname?I don’t know what consciousness-enhancing drugs you’ve been smoking, but that is way too enlightened a notion for most of the narrow minds around here. Somewhat along those same lines…Anyone wonder how the Jacksonville Jaguars got their name?Well, if anyone can recall the lawsuit over Jaguar the automotive company threatening legal action against the franchise for using a logo that was too similar to their own “leaping cat” logo, there’s actually an interesting twist behind that that is actually quite retarded when one looks at it in retrospect. You see, Jaguar had quite a few corporate and executive offices in the Jacksonville area, and the franchise was named that, somewhat to represent that prescence. Now one would think that naming a football team after your automotive make (especially one as prestigious as Jaguar is perceived to be–even if they are as unreliable as all get-out) would be a good–even ingenious–way to promote your brand, FOR FREE. Well, the folks at Jaguar (owned by Ford, no less) didn’t take too kindly to Jacksonville’s “leaping cat” logo looking so similar to Jaguar’s “leaping cat”, which is why the Jags changed their logo.Has there ever been a more prominent example of automotive head-honcho stupidity?That was a chance for FREE publicity, promotion, and advertisement, and they blew it. Needless to say, the higher-ups at Ford were none too pleased with that move.But anyway, there’s another example that somehow relates to the topic of this thread. amare32 Share this post Victoria Concordia Crescit Assistant to the Travelling Secretary – New York Yankees Next 0 bulldogbarks55 Members Members 0 Share this post 0 Link to post 0 We the North! 0 5,259 posts All Activity 21,575 0 35,628 posts 985 All Activity Moderators Recommended Posts Link to post Location:Tampa, FL Except for the fact that there’s absolutely no requirement that they “match” them.The Packers ruined their road jerseys by trying to match them to the home jerseys. 528 posts Posted September 26, 2006 Share this post Share on other sites Sign in to follow this   3,218 posts 39 1 Posted September 25, 2006 Gothamite 0 Share on other sites I was surprised that the Giants stuck with the throwback road unis again this year. IIRC, they were commemorating some anniversary associated with the club last year, so I figured they’d go back this season. Go To Topic Listing The Steelers’ helmet logo is a good story:http://news.steelers.com/tradition/logohistory/ Link to post Gothamite: how did the Packers’ road jerseys used to look?Also don’t the Canucks use something of a corporate logo? Share this post Sports Logo News BURNING QUESTIONSlast_img read more

General municipal elections take place tomorrow

first_imgZone 1 – Cecil Lake, Goodlow and Clayhurst – poll at Cecil Lake Community HallZone 2 – Prespatou, Buick, Rose Prairie, Doig River First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, North Pine, Montney and Wonowon – poll at Upper Pine SchoolZone 5 Rural Poll – Upper Halfway, Halfway River First Nation, Wonowon (west), Charlie Lake, Pink Mountain, and north of Mile 225 on the Alaska Highway – poll at Charlie Lake Elementary SchoolZone 5 – Residents of Fort St John – poll at the Royal Canadian LegionLearn more about the candidates running in Fort St. John, by clicking here.Candidates running for Fort St. John council in the 2018 municipal elections:Trevor Bolin (incumbent)Gord Klassen (incumbent)Larry Evans (incumbent)Bruce Christensen (incumbent)Byron Stewart (incumbent)Lilia Hansen (incumbent)Tony ZabinskyJustin JonesChuck FowlerJim HarrisGabor HarrisBecky GrimsrudDistrict of Taylor council candidates in the 2018 municipal elections:Rob Fraser (Mayoral incumbent)Laura Prosko (Mayoral candidate)Betty Ponto (incumbent)Brent Taillefer (Incumbent)Dave Lueneberg (Incumbent)Sherry DaviesMichelle TurnbullSchool District Trustees running in the 2018 municipal elections.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The 2018 General Municipal Elections will take place tomorrow, October 20.In Fort St. John, there are 12 candidates vying to fill six seats on city council.In Taylor, there are five candidates looking to fill council seats, with two mayoral candidates in the running.- Advertisement -Voting for the municipal elections will take place at the Fort St. John Legion and at the Community Hall in Taylor, from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.Voting for School District Trustees will be taking place at various locations across the district.Here is a list of locations of where you can vote for School Trustees:Advertisement Trustee Electoral Area 1:Melanie Edwards; Cecil Lake, BCMadeleine Lehmann; Cecil Lake, BCTrustee Electoral Area 2:David Christie; Taylor, BCDavid Scott – Moncrieff; Fort St. John, BCTrustee Electoral Area 3:Nicole Gillis; Hudson’s Hope, BCTrustee Electoral Area 4:Ida Campbell; Taylor, BCTrustee Electoral Area 5:Erin Evans; Fort St. John, BCHelen Norma Gilbert; Fort St. John, BCDarrell Pasichnyk; Fort St. John, BCJeff Richert; Fort St. John, BCBill Snow; Fort St. John, BCAdvertisementlast_img read more