Just call it Alphabet Alley. Google, whose parent company is now named Alphabet, is buying everyone’s favorite Chelsea Market from Jamestown for a price that sources say will hit — if not top — an astounding $2.5 billion. At that altitude, the deal will become the second-largest full single-asset sale ever in the Big Apple. The $2.8 billion sale of the GM Building in 2007 is No. 1. Google previously bought 111 Eighth Ave. in...Read More
December 19, 2015
Daniel Thomson We have just hired a Business development manager whos job it is combination of strategic analysis, marketing, and sales. Business development. As a professionals he will be involved in everything from the development of their employers’ products and services, to the creation of marketing strategies, to the generation of sales leads, to negotiating and closing deals.