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The Largest Commercial/Investment Newspaper Covering The State ny SECTION B PAGES 10-11 Newsstand Price $3.95 USA NEW YORK REAL ESTATE JOURNAL Digital n Edition up / Project of the Month The Rosenblum Companies to complete 24-unit condo. project at 17 Chapel St. in Albany yrej.com This Week’s Sections ROP, Long Island, Upstate, Billboard Cover Stories Feature NY / Financial Digest Spotlights UP/ Capital Region LI / Ask the Experts Iskalo Development signs 19,000 s/f lease agreement with Bryant & Stratton College Columnists Roland Hopkins / Founder Kevin Ryan / Competitive Bids Green Buildings SPECIAL INSERT SECTION Heilpern, Karson and Lomazow of CBRE arrange 31,544 s/f expansion Mc Gowan Builders transforms firehouse into 5,000 s/f youth media center-$6m project. COVER A Cohen of Ashlind collaborates with Tabone and Gazzola of NFK for $5.5m sale. COVER C 9-16A 5-16B 5-16C COVER A 2A N E W & E A S Y ! Volume 23 / Issue 12 / June 28-July 11, 2011 inside COVER B LOWER COVER C Printed on recycled paper Spotlight NYC coming July A MONTHLY SECTION OF NE W YORK REAL ESTATE JOURNAL United Realty to hold “green” ribbon cut- ting of $8m Motor Pwy. Plaza; construction manager was Kulka Construction Mgmt. HAUPPAUGE, NY The grand opening of Motor Pwy. Plaza, one of L.I.’s greenest combo retail and commer- cial office facilites, will be held on June 30th . Principals of United Realty will welcome government leaders, the US- GBC–LI chapter reps, business leaders from Hauppauge Industrial Assoc., LIPA, tenants and community mem- bers to take part in a ceremonial “green” ribbon cutting. The green ribbon is symbolic of the sustainable building elements of this modern multiuse complex. It is anticipat- ed that the plaza will receive LEED Silver certification. The $8 million project was developed by Quadrangle Properties, a sister company to Triangle Properties and United Realty. Quadrangle was represented by Dave Abel, SIOR, and Gary Joel Schacker. The construction manager was Jack Kulka, Kulka Construction Man- agement. The architect was D3 Architects represented by Dave Dubinsky and Edward Farrell. Sol Niego of Niego Associates also contributed to the project. The site engineer was Barrett, Bonacci & Van Weele, rep- JUNE 2011 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Neil Gordon..................................... 2 Renewable Energy/Efficiency.... 3-8 Green Product of the Month....... 13 Personality Profiles .......................15 Printed on recycled paper Sponsored by: Motor Pwy. Plaza, Hauppauge resented by Kevin Walsh, and the LEED engineer was Paul Meyer of Horizon Engineering. The zoning and land use attorneys were Weber Law Group, represent- ed by Morton Weber, Mitchell Pally and Garrett Gray. The leasing attorney was Stan Amelkin of Silverman Acampora LLC. The LEED consultant is James Car- chietta and his team from the Cotocon Group. One of the project’s features is its use of 406 Solyndra photo voltaic (PV) modules. This tubular-shaped solar array provides 25% of the required electrical needs for the interior and exterior common areas and office space. The solar array sits on top of a white, albedo Carlisle SynTec roof, capable of reflecting 88% of the sunlight. The design reduces ambient heat retained by dark man- made surfaces, keeps the building cooler, increases sun- light reflected off the roof and converts more sunlight into electricity via the Solyndra Solar PV system. •for full story visit nyrej.com• Reckson chooses 100% renewable energy with Renewable Energy Choice WHITE PLAINS, NY Eight months after 360 Hamilton Ave., owned by Reckson a division of SL Green, re- ceived the U.S. EPA’s Energy Star label with a score of 91, Reckson has chosen 100% renewable energy. The renewable energy will be used to offset 100% of 360 Hamilton Ave.’s annual energy use through Re- newable Energy Credits (RECs). Purchased from Re- newable Energy Choice, the RECs will be used to sup- port, and increase the amount of energy generation on the power grid through regenerative resources such as wind, water, and solar power energy. •for full story visit nyrej.com•