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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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March 29, 2017 | News
Daun Paris and Peter Hauspurg share the secrets of Eastern Consolidated's success in Commercial Observer Cover Story

Daun Paris and Peter Hauspurg are the married real estate version of Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell: They’ve been together for decades, both professionally and personally. In that time they have had three children: a daughter Alexandra (29), a son Philip (30) and a company named Eastern Consolidated (36). Despite all of their time spent side by side, they couldn’t be any more different when talking about their eldest. Don’t get us wrong, their visions are the same, of course, but Paris, 61, constantly touts points like how Eastern’s brokers speak 17 languages, or that there is a culture of sharing information at the company. Hauspurg meanwhile is eager to describe trends, reveal specific markets that show promise and explain why they are able to close deals. The duo started the business with just “a desk and two phones,” she pointed out, but today it has 125 people (100 of which are brokers) buzzing in the office at 355 Lexington Avenue between East 40th and East 41st Streets. That expansion has picked up since Eastern started the capital advisory and retail leasing arms in 2014.


March 27, 2017 | News
Eastern Consolidated Arranges $108 Million Construction Loan for 105,000 SF Midtown West Condominium Development

Eastern Consolidated has arranged a $108 million construction loan for XIN Development International Inc., which is developing a seven-story, 82-unit residential condominium with ground floor retail at 615 Tenth Avenue between West 44th and West 45th Streets. The new project will include 71,699 net square feet of residential space, and 36,053 net square feet of retail space on the ground floor and lower level, of which 76 percent has already been leased to a national credit tenant. The site features 200-feet of frontage on Tenth Avenue and 125-feet of frontage on the corners of West 44th and West 45th Streets. Adam Hakim, Managing Director, and James Murad, Director, arranged the financing for XIN Development with the lender, Bank of the Ozarks. Last year, Hakim arranged a $27 million bridge loan with Bank of the Ozarks on behalf of XIN Development to finance the acquisition of the property, which was previously home to a gas station and convenience store.


March 28, 2017 | News
Eastern Consolidated's Retail Leasing Team Finds a New Home for Upper East Side Restaurant Destroyed by Fire

Firenze Ristorante, a popular Upper East Side restaurant that was destroyed in a four-alarm fire in February, will soon be reopening thanks to the fast action of Eastern Consolidated’s Retail Leasing team, which found it a new space less than two blocks from its original location. Eastern Consolidated’s Senior Director and Principal James Famularo, represented the landlord of the new location, a 1,400-square-foot ground floor space and 900-square-foot basement at 1555 Second Avenue. Director Jeff Geoghegan represented Emanuele Caisaguano, the owner of Firenze Ristorante in arranging the 15-year lease. “I read about this unfortunate fire that that destroyed this beloved neighborhood restaurant and I immediately wanted to help,” Geoghegan said. “I ran uptown to the burned out restaurant looking for the owner and Emanuele walked out of the charred structure and told me he needed a new location yesterday. I took him to the new space and he loved it. We had a signed deal within four weeks.”

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