By: Greg David
Developers are building projects closer to where workers live
A new 500,000-square-foot office building is set to open in Downtown Brooklyn this year with the latest technology. That includes fingerprint...
Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (NYSE: CLI) ("Mack-Cali" or the "Company") today announced that MaryAnne Gilmartin has been elected Chair of the Board of Directors (the "Board"), effective immediately. Mack-Cali has also completed the...
By: Christian Murray
A group of developers looking to build on a 28-acre section of land surrounding Anable Basin provided an overview of their plans at a Community Board 2 Land Use Meeting Wednesday night.
The developers announced...
By: Nicholas Rizzi
17. MaryAnne Gilmartin, Robert Lapidus and David Levinson
Co-Founder and CEO of L&L MAG; Co-Founder of L&L MAG, President and CIO of L&L Holding Company; Co-Founder of L&L MAG, Chairman and CEO of...
BY: REBECCA BAIRD-REMBA
MaryAnne Gilmartin’s one-year-old development firm is coming to Long Island City, Queens.
A group of investors who own a waterfront parcel next to the now-defunct Amazon site in Long Island City have...
BY: Joanne Kaufman
In the male-dominated real estate universe, the hard hat can be a hard hat to wear.
It is no longer exactly groundbreaking for women to work on construction sites, to develop or design retail and commercial spaces, or...
By: The Editors
Founder and CEO, L&L MAG
Is the great trophy asset sale a thing of the past? Absolutely not, this is New York.
Which trophy would you buy if money were no object? I’d love to control the...
BY Betsy Kim
The CEOs from some of the most prominent New York real estate firms shared some of their industry observations before about 500 event attendees.
NEW YORK CITY—The Ziegfeld Ballroom in Midtown Manhattan was packed at the...
BY NICHOLAS RIZZI
Don’t be worried if you don’t see huge leases or large technology companies leasing space around Brooklyn—the market’s fine.
So said panelists at Commercial Observer’s Fourth Annual Brooklyn, Queens Forum...
June 26, 2018
By Miriam Hall
Bisnow: What keeps you in commercial real estate and what makes you want to come to work each day?
MaryAnne Gilmartin: First, I am a hopeless developer and it’s all I know! I have deep passion, curiosity and passion...