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SL Green’s latest project will be one of New York City’s tallest buildings.
By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Media

When SL Green Realty Corp. develops a property, it creates spaces that can be home to more than one industry. “We make investments that make sense,” Chief Operating Officer Edward V. Piccinich declares. “That mitigates risk at the end of the day.”

The company’s portfolio includes spaces with tenants from a variety of industries including finance, insurance, legal, technology, media and healthcare. “We have a little bit of them all,” he says. “Ensuring that you have a diverse tenant base is an important strategy.”

rmcRMC has persevered on the Delta Shores project, despite challenges.  

By the Editors of Construction Today 

When RMC Constructors Inc. takes on a project, it sets out to surpass client expectations. “We work closely with developers, owners, architects and regulating agencies to achieve superior results for our clients,” the company says.

McCarthy Ranch picMcCarthy Ranch aims to deliver a high-quality product with the McCarthy Creekside Industrial Center.
By Bianca Herron

McCarthy Ranch is a sixth-generation family business that got its start as a farm and ranch in the 1800s. COO Joseph McCarthy Jr. recalls that as a young child his father, Joseph McCarthy Sr., oversaw the farm and its crops, including pear trees and a dairy farm.

In the 1980s, McCarthy Sr. transitioned from a farmer to a real estate developer as the industry began to take off in the Los Gatos, Calif.-based company’s area. Over the course of the next 30 years, he would look into joint ventures and sell parts of the property to other developers and companies.

Renaming ISM Raceway is more than a sponsorship deal – it’s a technology showcase that signals a new era for the racetrack.

By Tim O’Connor

Growing up in the Northeast, Jeff Hutchins remembers what it was like when the Philadelphia Phillies left their longtime home, Veterans Stadium, in 2004 for the new Citizens Bank Park. Something was lost in the transition. Veterans Stadium was a local icon for decades, but the corporate name of the new ballpark seemed detached from the community.

Cocozza GroupCocozza Group rebrands itself solely for restaurant and retail construction.

By Kat Zeman

As the rent continues to increase for restaurant and retail space in posh locations throughout New York City, many independent business owners find themselves in a quandary. For some, it’s too expensive to operate in certain neighborhoods.

New York-based Cocozza Group, a construction management and general contracting services company, has been helping many business owners find solutions. “There are certain prime areas where rent is so high that our clients have to get creative to get in the locations they want to be in,” says Dan Cocozza, owner and managing director.

New World picNew World Design Builders delivers a fantasy world in Hollywood and dips its toes into the Northeast residential market.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers

New World Design Builders is known for creating “Insta-worthy” environments for its clients in the hospitality industry and has begun translating that imaginative design into the high-end residential sector. “We build everything that we design,” founder and CEO Chris Kofitsas says. “We are not only the architects, but also the interior designers and general contracting company.”

Kofitsas started the New York City-based design/build firm 23 years ago. His goal was to eliminate the typical finger-pointing that plagued the construction industry, and to provide seamless integration of all aspects of design and construction. “I always thought it was unusual, even going back to when I worked in a firm in Manhattan right out of college, to have someone else build your design,” he remembers. “I realize it was the industry standard, but I just didn’t understand it and I wanted to be able to provide both seamlessly.”

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