The Mariani family business makes its home in a restored Long Island manor.
The unusual, roughly 65-foot-wide structure was created out of two older buildings.
The Rolland name is famous in wine-drinking circles thanks to the work of globe-trotting consultant Michel Rolland. Now Virginie Rolland is launching her own wine importing company in the city this month.
The Immigrant Investor Program, EB5 as it is also known, was signed into law in 1992, but only relatively recently has it become a tool for real estate financing.
A New York development agency plans to issue $1.63 billion of bonds this month for the 3 World Trade Center tower in Manhattan, in what is set to be the municipal market’s largest unrated deal. Non-traded REITs would be required to provide more disclosure, and to provide it more often, under rule changes approved by the SEC. Wal-Mart Stores Inc. cut its revenue outlook for its current fiscal year as it announced it is scaling back its expansion plans. These are among today’s 10 must reads from around the commercial real estate space.