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Long Beach Superblock deal sealed with plan for larger development
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Long Beach Superblock deal sealed with plan for larger development The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant eyesore near the Long Beach boardwalk for decades -- since 2011, when the city sued the developer, iStar, and a former developer, alleging the two owed Long Beach millions of dollars

Long Beach Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/long-beach-superblock-deal-sealed-by-moneymaking-plan-1.6877878
Long Beach Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant eyesore near the Long Beach boardwalk for decades -- since 2011, when the city sued the developer, iStar, and a former developer, alleging the two owed Long Beach millions of dollars

Superblock deal sealed by moneymaking plan
http://www.newsday.com/long-island/towns/superblock-deal-sealed-by-moneymaking-plan-1.6877878
Long Beach brokered the deal to turn the long-derelict Superblock into two apartment towers after the project's Manhattan developer crafted a plan it believes will make money. The city had been locked in litigation about the property -- a vacant

Bob and Maureen McDonnell, businessman bonded over financial needs ...
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But not long after, in private, his wife complained that he was scolding her for worsening their money woes. “Bob is screaming about the thousands I'm charging up in credit card debt,” Maureen McDonnell wrote in an e-mail to Williams said he had to

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NY to extend storm recovery mortgage program

Sen. Todd Kaminsky (D-Long Beach), who praised Cuomo for the extension, said laws on contractor fraud must be stiffened as it has been so common.

"It's much more widespread than you would think," he said, explaining this made it harder for people to meet deadlines imposed by various disaster aid programs.

"When a contractor walks off a job and does not come back, so people miss deadlines, it turns someone's life upside down," he said. 

Suing contractors can be both lengthy and costly, and prosecutors, Kaminisky said, say current laws are too lax. 

"The laws are not where they should be in terms of the difference between a civil consumer case and a criminal case," he said.

The Governor's Office of Storm Recovery created a hardship program for homeowners victimized by contractors that has led to restitution.

The state agency's website will have extension details,  Cuomo said. Individuals also can contact their case managers or call 844-9NY-RISING (844-969-7474).

Long Island Cheat Sheet: Developer iStar’s Long Beach apartment block battle continues; construction jobs rise … & more

Lincoln Equities Group got $28 million in financing to build a 195,610-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility in Hicksville, Long Island Business News reported. The New Jersey-based developer bought the nine-acre property from Winter Bros. Waste Systems for about $9 million. The facility will have ceilings up to 50 feet high and 30 loading docks. The financing was provided by the Heitman Capital Management. John Alascio, Noble Carpenter III and Sridhar Vankayala of Cushman & Wakefield’s equity, debt and structured finance team arranged for the loan, while Cushman & Wakefield’s David Pennetta and Robert Stricoff represented Winter Bros. in its sale of the property, which is next to the Long Island Rail Road and easily accessible to LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport. Jones Lang LaSalle’s Tom DiMicelli is the leasing agent for the building. He told LIBN that the asking rent is $17 per square foot for a triple-net lease. [LIBN]

Old Westbury synagogue gets $5M in financing while pitching expansion

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