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Powered by a highly skilled team of over 100 brokers with a fluency in 15 languages, Eastern Consolidated is one of the country’s preeminent full-service commercial real estate firms. Through three core divisions – Investment Sales, Capital Advisory, and Retail Leasing – Eastern Consolidated serves an impressive roster of international and domestic institutional and private investors on real estate transactions of all sizes and across all property types. 

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Our Services

Investment Sales

We take a holistic look at our clients’ investment properties and goals and tailor effective marketing strategies to achieve maximum returns.

Retail Leasing

Our Landlord/Tenant Advisory Services offer the greatest possible exposure for retail units, and match tenants with the right location and space.

Capital Advisory

We excel at creating the perfect capital stack for each client's project whether a ground-up development, value-add asset, or high-performing property.

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Oct. 4, 2017 | News
Eastern Consolidated's Capital Advisory Division Arranges $215 Million Construction Loan for Luxury Condominium Development

Eastern Consolidated’s Capital Advisory Division has arranged a $215 million construction loan for the development of a shovel-ready, 27-story, 170-unit luxury residential condominium project at 537 Greenwich Street within the Special Hudson Square Zoning District.  Managing Director Adam Hakim and Director James Murad represented the borrower, Cape Advisors and its new equity partner Strategic Real Estate LLC, in securing the financing from Bank of the Ozarks. The team previously placed a bridge loan with Bank of the Ozarks for the acquisition of the lots and air rights for the site.  “This is going to be a tremendous project with sweeping views of the Hudson River from apartments facing south and west, and skyline views from those facing north and east” Hakim said. “The average price per unit will be below $3 million, a price point that has been showing consistent velocity in the current environment and is considered affordable in Manhattan’s new development market.”  The development site offers a zoning floor area of 228,000 square feet, resulting from two combined lots, 537 Greenwich Street / 110 Charlton Street, and air rights obtained from five adjacent and nearby properties. 


Oct. 4, 2017 | News
Eastern Consolidated Announces Sale of a Rare Upper West Side Corner Development Site to Extell Development for $80 Million

Eastern Consolidated has arranged the sale of a corner development site at Broadway and 96th Street on the Upper West Side to Extell Development for $80 million. The property at 2555 Broadway offers up to ±151,056 buildable square feet with inclusionary air rights and is currently home to a two-story commercial building leased to Chase Manhattan Bank and formerly Gristede’s supermarket. Plans call for the building to be razed and the site combined with other components to create a larger assemblage for a mixed-use condominium project. Peter Hauspurg, Chairman and CEO, and Brian Ezratty, Vice Chairman and Principal, exclusively represented the seller, a family-owned entity that has owned the building since the mid-1980s. Ezratty also procured the buyer. The analyst for the offering was Gary Meese, Senior Director of Financial Services. “This prime corner property will be part of a larger assemblage that will include additional development rights from adjacent property owners,” Ezratty said. “The demand for development sites like this speaks to the continued strength of Manhattan’s condominium market, particularly on the Upper West Side where condos are trading for well over $2,000 per square foot.”


Sept. 7, 2017 | News
Eastern Consolidated Secures Prime SoHo Space for Celebrity Tattoo Artist Bang Bang

Celebrity tattoo artist Bang Bang, whose clients include Rihanna, Lebron James, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, and Justin Bieber, plans to open a second Manhattan location at 62 Grand Street after signing a lease arranged by Eastern Consolidated’s Retail Leasing team. Senior Director and Principal James Famularo represented the landlord, and Associate Director Greg Goldberg represented Keith “Bang Bang” McCurdy in negotiating a 10-year lease for the space, which offers 12-foot high ceilings, 2,200 square feet on the ground floor, and 2,200 square feet on the lower level. Goldberg initiated the search after seeing a request on Snapchat from tattoo artist JonBoy. He later learned that JonBoy would start working for Bang Bang after they secured a second location. “Social media is playing a greater role in the real estate market today and I was pleasantly surprised to learn from JonBoy that he was looking for space for Bang Bang, the greatest tattoo artist in the world,” Goldberg said. “I spent several months showing Bang Bang locations in SoHo, but ultimately he decided on the space at 62 Grand Street.”

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