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Female Fund Managers – 100 Women In Finance

In April 2019, Newcastle Realty Services as led by Margaret Streicker Porres was recognized as one of 100 Female-led Fund Managers. 100 Women in Finance’s mission is to empower women in the finance industry through every stage of their career. A critical element of ensuring success, both for senior professionals and for the next generation, is [...]

WBENC Certified Newcastle Realty Services, LLC

On March 23, 2018, Newcastle Realty Services became certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the US. We recognize the commitment to supplier diversity that is embraced by corporations and government agencies today, [...]

Student Housing Trades near Indiana University in Bloomington Multi-Housing News

An affiliate of Newcastle Realty Services has purchased Knights Landing, a 198-unit student housing community in Bloomington, Ind. The seller was an affiliate of Foresite Realty Partners, which Tikijian Associates represented in the transaction. Knights Landing is a six-building community located at 2036 N. Walnut St. and comprises 333 beds across four studio, 59 one-bedroom [...]

Newcastle Realty Services selected for 2017 New York Small Business Excellence Award New York Small Business Excellence Award Program

Newcastle Realty Services selected for 2017 New York Small Business Excellence Award New York,NY - September 25, 2017 — Newcastle Realty Services has been selected for the 2017 New York Small Business Excellence Award in the Real Estate Services classification by the New York Small Business Excellence Award Program. Various sources of information were gathered [...]

Here’s what the $10M-$20M NYC investment sales market looked like last week The Real Deal

In the world of mid-market New York City investment sales last week, Steve Kassin sold a retail building in Sheepshead Bay, and a famous architect sold a six-unit Tribeca townhouse for $18 million. 1.) Steve Kassin’s Infinity Real Estate sold a one-story retail building in Sheepshead Bay for $12 million. The 10,000-square-foot building, at 2837 [...]

100 Clark St: A Case Study in Building Codes, Gravity, and Preservation The New York Times

Brooklyn Historical Society | May 8, 2017 Coming Up Today: A discussion on local landmarks and how to save abandoned city buildings, at the Brooklyn Historical Society. 6:30 p.m.: Join us for a behind-the-scenes discussion with Margaret Streicker Porres, owner of the long-abandoned mansion at 100 Clark Street (also listed as 1 Monroe Place), and [...]

Urban beekeeper Andrew Coté MoMA

September 1, 2015 Newcastle is proud to be in collaboration with New York City urban beekeeper Andrew Cotés, as part of the revitalize green urban movement.  Honey made on select roofs from our portfolio will soon be available at local farmers markets, and grocery stores.  Andrew’s hives grace the roofs of the Waldorf-Astoria, Google Building, Brooks [...]

An Upper West Side Boomlet The New York Times

C. J. Hughes | September 26, 2014 Downtown may be enjoying more buzz. But the Upper West Side, that not-too-edgy, not-too-bland land of large parks and elegant prewar facades, is holding up its end of the conversation. Lines snake out the door during open houses in the neighborhood, which by many definitions runs from Columbus Circle [...]

Renovation set for half-demolished 100 Clark St. Brooklyn Daily Eagle

By Lore Croghan  | March 19, 2014 You heard it here first. Help is on the way for one of the ugliest buildings in Brownstone Brooklyn, the half-demolished eyesore at 100 Clark St. in Brooklyn Heights. Newcastle Realty Services, which has owned the partly torn-down apartment building on the corner of Monroe Place since 2010, plans [...]

Ditch the Snow Shovel The New York Times

Michelle Higgins | February 28, 2014 As heavy, wet snow blanketed New York City last month and then quickly turned to slush, the sidewalks in front of some luxury apartment buildings remained pristine. As if by magic, snowflakes melted as they touched the ground in front of these upscale addresses, releasing a faint vapor [...]