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Taconic Investment Partners Closes on 71 Laight Street

Taconic Investment Partners Closes on 71 Laight Street

In June 2012 Capalino+Company’s long-term client, Taconic Investment Partners, closed on its purchase of 71 Laight Street.  Taconic paid $65 million for the Manhattan site, a stalled project begun five years ago.  Capalino+Company worked with Taconic to ensure that construction could begin promptly after the sale. more→

Expanded Museum of Moving Image Reopens

Expanded Museum of Moving Image Reopens

In January 2011, Mayor Bloomberg and other elected officials and celebrities announced the grand re-opening of the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens. The $67 million expansion and renovation doubled the Museum’s size by adding new theaters, exhibition space and an education center. more→

Hairdressers Against Aids Event

On World Aids Day, December 1, 2010, Capalino+Company was involved in coordinating one of the largest and most successful special events done in New […] more→

The Future Looks Bright for the George Washington Bridge Bus Station

Capalino+Company client, SJM Partners has made deals recently with Marshalls, Blink Fitness, and the Fine Fare supermarket to take space in the old George […] more→

Mayor Bloomberg, Speaker Quinn and Friends of the High Line Officially Open Section 2

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn and Friends of the High Line Co-Founders Joshua David and Robert Hammond officially opened the […] more→

Riverside Clay Tennis Association

Riverside Clay Tennis Association

Riverside Clay Tennis Association Category: Government Relations Subcategory: City Budget / Not-for-Profit Funding Problem: As a result of a major upgrade to the walking […] more→

Landmarks Preservation Commission approves four story addition to Gansevoort District Building

Category: Government Relations Subcategory: Landmarks Preservation Commission Approval Problem: Taconic Partners, a leading NYC real estate firm, submitted a certificate of appropriateness application to […] more→

Mayor Bloomberg restores $6 million in funding for 15 acres of the Goodhue Center property sale

Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s preliminary budget, released in mid February, included $6 million in funding to begin the process of purchasing 15 of an eventual […] more→

High Line to open Section 2 at May 16 Spring Benefit

As the opening of Section 2 of the High Line approaches later this spring, National Geographic’s April edition will debut Paul Goldberger’s in-depth article […] more→

Chancellor Black, Deputy Mayor Walcott, Commissioner Post, Computers for Youth, Time Warner Cable and Other Partners Launch the NYC Connected Learning Initiative

On January 22, 2011, Schools Chancellor Cathleen P. Black, Deputy Mayor for Education Dennis M. Walcott, and Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) […] more→

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