Self-storage company buys dev site from Home Depot

first_img135-25 Northern Boulevard and 300 West 30th Street (Google Maps, Studio C Architects)A self-storage company bought a Queens development site from Home Depot and landed a construction loan for a planned complex there.That purchase, along with a separate medical office building in Queens that a hotel firm bought, were the only mid-market investment sales recorded in the city last week. Mid-market deals are each between $10 million and $30 million.The total added up to $29.25 million, below the prior week’s $46 million, which was spread across three deals.Developers of a 16-story condo building in Chelsea also landed a $33 million construction loan last week.Here are more details for the week ending April 16.California-based self-storage firm InSite purchased a 31,500-square-foot parcel adjacent to 58-80 Borden Avenue in Maspeth for $18 million. The seller was Home Depot USA. Charles Brown signed for the buyer. InSite also secured a $25.8 million construction loan from Valley National Bank.An affiliate of the McSam Hotel Group, limited liability company Main & Northern Partners, purchased a 28,700-square-foot medical office building from 135-25 Northern Boulevard in Flushing for $11.25 million. The seller was DW Commercial Real Estate. Ken Huang signed for the buyer. It was significantly less than the property’s $19 million purchase price in 2017.Read moreBulk condo deal leads Manhattan’s mid-market i-sales Manhattan, Elmhurst notch $83M in mid-market sales Harlem and Park Slope apartment buildings lead mid-market sales Message* Anthony Hu’s Eastern Star Development landed a $33 million construction loan for its 67,800-square-foot, mixed-use building at 300 West 30th Street in Chelsea. The lender is Cathay Bank. The development had nearly topped out in January, according to New York Yimby. It replaced the Riff Hotel, which Eastern Star purchased in 2018 for $27.5 million.Contact Orion Jones Email Address* Full Name*last_img read more

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Success for Messer despite credit crisis

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Pontevedra, Bata claim Bacolod futsal titles

first_imgAlexa Mae Casi then came up with back-to-back conversion for Pontevedra A in the 20th and 30th minutes to hand her squad the advantage for good.Casi’s teammates Aleah Valdez and Chenny Mae Dañoso were also named Best Goalkeeper and Best Striker, respectively.In the boys born 2004 finale, Bata Tigers outplayed St. John’s Institute behind Jun Enrico Ayunan, MVP Anthony Galve and RJ Pat dela Cruz. Tim Sarrosa was the lone scorer for the losing team.“This event is among the grassroots programs of NOFA to discover more football talents from the province,” said Negros Occidental Football Association secretary-general Ronald Ian Treyes./PN Young Negrense futsal players in action during the Dynamic Football League Futsal 3rd Conference. PHOTO COURTESY OF RUI CARPENA PONTEVEDRA A and Bata Tigers stamped class in their divisions to emerge as champions in the Dynamic Football League Futsal 3rd Conference on Tuesday at the Panaad covered court in Bacolod City.Pontevedra A claimed the championship in girls born 2005 when it defeated Pontevedra B squad 4-3, while Bata Tigers dominated St. John’s Institute 3-1 in boys born 2004.Pontevedra B drew first blood in the tightly contested final round behind the seventh-minute hit of Best Midfielder awardee Hannah Marie Montalban and back-to-back shots by Best Defender winner Joce Gembera.But Pontevedra A started its climb with an 18th-minute conversion from MVP winner Mikyla Robles followed by an own goal violation by Gembera to cut the deficit 2-3.last_img read more

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Spurrier: Lattimore Would be Welcome Back at USC

first_imgColumbia, SC (WLTX) – South Carolina Head Coach Steve Spurrier said that former Gamecock Marcus Lattimore is still considering options for his playing future.Spurrier was asked about his former star player during a teleconference with reporters Wednesday.Lattimore, who’s currently a member of the San Francisco 49ers, has been attempting to make a football comeback following severe injuries to both his knees while playing at Carolina,. Though he was drafted in 2013, he’s yet to play a down in the NFL. Last week, however, he was cleared to play, but Lattimore reportedly suffered pain in his knees during his first practices with the team.Monday, ESPN reported that Lattimore was planning to retire. His agent denied the report, saying Lattimore had made no decision on his career.Spurrier echoed that, saying that when the two spoke recently, Lattimore still hadn’t made up his mind what he wants to do. “He has put everything into it, rehabbing for two years,” Spurrier said. “It’s disappointing, but he is in good health…I think his knee just has not come around quite as well as he hoped. He can run around, but not to play running back.”Spurrier said that if Lattimore did decide to end his playing career, he’d have career options back at USC, saying Athletics Director Ray Tanner and University President Harris Pastides would welcome him back.last_img read more

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Revealed: Top 20 clubs to concede the most goals in Premier League history

first_imgGoals, goals, goals – it’s what football is all about.So it’s little wonder managers such as Jose Mourinho set their teams up with one key job to fulfil: don’t concede.This got talkSPORT interested in finding out which team has struggled the most in keeping opposition at bay throughout their years in the Premier League.Check out the top 20 clubs that have conceded the most goals in Premier League history by viewing the slideshow above.Stats correct as of 9 October, 2016. 20 4. Newcastle United have conceded 1,140 goals in the Premier League 10. Manchester City have conceded 893 goals in the Premier League 20 20 17. West Bromwich Albion have conceded 596 goals in the Premier League 13. Manchester United have conceded 826 goals in the Premier League 7. Southampton have conceded 924 goals in the Premier League 20 15. Bolton Wanderers have conceded 745 goals in the Premier League 20 6. Liverpool have conceded 954 goals in the Premier League 20 20 14. Middlesbrough have conceded 751 goals in the Premier League 19. Leicester City, the defending champions, have conceded 558 goals in the Premier League 5. West Ham United have conceded 1,099 goals in the Premier League 20 20 9. Chelsea have conceded 901 goals in the Premier League 12. Sunderland have conceded 848 goals in the Premier League 2. Aston Villa have conceded 1,186 goals in the Premier League 20 20 20 20 16. Fulham have conceded 697 goals in the Premier League 18. Leeds United have conceded 573 goals in the Premier League 8. Blackburn Rovers have conceded 907 goals in the Premier League 20 20. Norwich City have conceded 510 goals in the Premier League – click the arrow above, right, to find out which club has conceded the most goals in Premier League history 11. Arsenal have conceded 874 goals in the Premier League 20 20 20 3. Everton have conceded 1,168 goals in the Premier League 20 20 20 1. Tottenham Hotspur have conceded 1,208 goals in the Premier League – the highest of any club in historylast_img read more

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