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“Closed!” focuses on hot button issues impacting New York City real estate professionals and consumers. Each episode takes a deep into a trending topic impacting the market. We hope you join us at the Closing table!
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“Closed!” focuses on hot button issues impacting New York City real estate professionals and consumers. Each episode takes a deep into a trending topic impacting the market. We hope you join us at the Closing table!
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    Yiannes Einhorn: Blueprints, Bricks, and Building Inspections

    Yiannes Einhorn: Blueprints, Bricks, and Building Inspections

    On this episode of the Closed! Podcast, Lee and Brad chat with Yiannes Einhorn, a developer with experience on projects across NYC through his organization Grid Group. In our wide-ranging discussion we touch on Yiannes' entrance into development, commitment to quality construction, his father's role in pioneering home inspections, and even Brad's favorite: access agreements!
    It’s a conversation as engaging as it is informative, and we know you'll enjoy this peek behind the scenes of high quality home construction.

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    • 43 min
    Objection! You're Fiction: The Santa Clause

    Objection! You're Fiction: The Santa Clause

    Check out the BFKP team in their series unpacking legal issues in movies and TV shows, "Objection! You're Fiction"
    On this holiday edition of Objection! Your Fiction, BFKP team members Lee, Brad, and Emily talk about the 1994 film The Santa Clause. Like any good children’s movie, it opens with the accidental death of Santa Claus and a coat-based contract. But how enforceable is this “Santa Clause?” Are milk and cookies fair compensation? Does your homeowner’s policy cover sleigh damage? Find out if the team would take on Scott Calvin's case by listening to our most festive episode yet!

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    • 37 min
    Mike Fabbri: Mixed Media and Real Estate

    Mike Fabbri: Mixed Media and Real Estate

    On this episode of the Closed! Podcast, Cooper and Emily chat with Michael Fabbri, a luxury real estate broker with The Agency RE. In his first year as a broker, he earned Corcoran's Manhattan Rookie Broker of the Year award for earning over $10 million in sales volume. He talks about the importance of leveraging social media as an agent, recent preference changes in luxury amenities, and gives the inside scoop of his appearances on The Real Housewives of New York City and Million Dollar Listing. It’s a fascinating conversation with a true real estate powerhouse, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
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    • 26 min
    Jay Martin: CHIP and Affordable Housing Solutions in NYC

    Jay Martin: CHIP and Affordable Housing Solutions in NYC

    On this episode of the Closed! podcast, Lee and Mike chat with Jay Martin, the Executive Director of the Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP), where he advocates for fair housing policies in New York City. Martin discusses a lack of understanding of the NYC housing market, the power tenant groups have over lawmakers, and potential policy solutions to improve housing for all New Yorkers. Martin gives a fascinating perspective on the affordable housing issues pressing the city, and we hope you find the conversation as interesting as we did!
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    • 35 min
    Robert Levine: RAL and the Future of Development in NYC

    Robert Levine: RAL and the Future of Development in NYC

    On this episode of the Closed! podcast, Cooper and Lee chat with renowned developer, Robert A. Levine, the founder and CEO of RAL, who has been responsible for the development of more than 100 luxury residential, hotel and mixed-use projects throughout the country totaling in the hundreds of millions of dollars in project valuations. The conversation focuses on Mr. Levine's experience developing One Brooklyn Bridge Park, the biggest residential conversion in Brooklyn’s history, but also touches on some of RALs other projects including Zero Irving, a recently finished office building on 14th street, and Quay Towers. Mr. Levine also shares his thoughts on the future of development and affordable housing in NYC. It's a fascinating conversation with a legend in the field. We hope you give it a listen.
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    • 56 min
    David Lombino: Developing the Refinery at Domino

    David Lombino: Developing the Refinery at Domino

    On this episode of the Closed! podcast Brad and Cooper chat with David Lombino, the managing director of external affairs at Two Trees, about the newly opened Refinery at Domino. The Refinery at Domino is the centerpiece of the 11-acre Domino Sugar Factory site in Williamsburg -- a 15-story, 460,000-square-foot Class A office space built within an industrial brick structure originally completed in 1884. During the conversation Lombino shares the history of the project, including how Two Trees acquired the property, why they made the decision to turn this building into office space (when it was originally supposed to be a residential) and some of the unique challenges associated with developing a historic building like this one. Lombino also shares the variety of amenities offered in the Refinery and some updates about the building's current status. It's an amazing project and a fascinating conversation. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.
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    • 29 min

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