Real Estate Articles

The Drama Book Shop in Manhattan: How Lin-Manuel and Friends Made an Old Bookstore New

Real Estate partners Gary M. Meltzer and Esta Algava-Czik were part of the team representing the tenant in connection with the lease of The Drama …

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New York Real Estate Journal features Esta Algava-Czik: 2021 Women in Professional Services

The New York Real Estate Journal published its 2021 Women in Professional Services featuring Real Estate Partner, Esta Algava-Czik.

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New York Real Estate Journal: Gary Meltzer Year in Review

Gary M. Meltzer, partner and chair of our Real Estate practice group is interviewed by NYREJ on the following: What was his greatest professional accomplishment …

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Law 360: New York City Real Estate Week of May 6, 2019 in Review

Law 360 recognized the efforts of Gary Meltzer and his team in representing the purchaser, Thurcon Properties Ltd of a residential building at 107 Fulton …

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Crain’s Cleveland Business: Learn from our past mistakes to avoid the next real estate bubble

Stephen M. Breitstone and Richard Brown of Integrity Group co-authored this opinion piece which was published on June 6, 2017. http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20170606/BLOGS05/170609890/learn-from-our-past-mistakes-to-avoid-the-next-real-estate-bubble

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Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Real Estate Journal: Something New in the Toolbox: The Installment Sale-Reacquisition Approach to Real Estate Development Projects

In a fairly common fact pattern in the recent upward-trending real estate market, a taxpayer owns land or air rights that it wishes to develop …

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Popular Estate Planning Techniques Can Cause Income Tax Horrors For Real Estate Owners

The real estate wealth created over a lifetime (or over generations) can be lost absent tax and succession planning. For the large real estate portfolio, liquidity is usually a major concern.

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IRS Expands Tax-Free Exchanges of Real Estate

In our practice and in the real world, it is usually easier to purchase real estate than to sell real estate. This often presents real world difficulties for businesses seeking to take advantage of the “like-kind” exchange provisions under section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.

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