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RM Friedland Announces New Development Site in The Bronx

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RM Friedland announced that Marco Lala is marketing a development site at 2123 Jerome Avenue in the Bronx. The site presents an opportunity to develop a mixed use building in the University Heights neighborhood.

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Lala Team Brokers Hamilton Heights Portfolio Sale

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An RM Friedland team led by SVP Marco Lala, has negotiated the sale of a nine-building portfolio in Northern Manhattan’s Hamilton Heights area of Manhattan for $30 million....

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HGAR’s Commercial & Investment Division Hosts First-Ever Women in Commercial Real Estate Panel

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Diversity, challenges and a new perspective for the future were the prevailing themes at the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtor’s first-ever “Women in Commercial Real Estate” panel discussion held on June 6 at HGAR’s White Plains headquarters. The four panelists included: Sarah Jones-Maturo,…

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Brokered By Marco Lala of RM Friedland, ICER Properties buys 9 Hamilton Heights buildings for $31M

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It was the first time the family-owned properties were sold in almost 30 years, according to Lala. “It was really a long-term play with a multigenerational real estate family that was able to pick up a nice critical mass of buildings,” he said...

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ICER Properties Picks Up 9 Upper Manhattan Properties for $31M

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“This was the first sale for these family-owned properties in nearly 30 years, and we were thrilled with the reception,” RM Friedland Senior Vice President Marco Lala, who led the team on the deal, said in a statement.

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Team Lala of RM Friedland Brokers $30M Sale of Nine Building Hamilton Heights Portfolio

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RM Friedland, a commercial real estate brokerage company serving the Tri-State Metropolitan Area, is pleased to announce that Team Lala, led by senior vice president Marco Lala, has negotiated the sale of a nine building portfolio in the Hamilton Heights area of Manhattan for $30 million.