Wall Street Journal

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NY Times: East Village Condos in a Synagogue

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Historic East Village temple gets a new lease of life thanks to condo plan

It’s not exactly money lenders in the temple, but a century-old East Village synagogue is being restored to its original …

Curbed Article about Condos Atop Synagogue at 415 E Sixth Street

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NY Times on Oxford and Portland Project in Fort Greene

Q. Let’s talk about some of your projects, starting with two condominium buildings you’re working on in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. …

The 30-Minute Interview with Jody L. Kriss

By far, the hardest part of our job is creating the product; the easier part is selling it. There’s no …

New Equity Fund to Invest in Brooklyn

Brooklyn has a new high-tech arena, a new NBA basketball team and a popular three-star Michelin restaurant. Now it has …

Gentrification strikes Alphabet City

“It’s the only neighborhood left that’s quintessentially downtown,” says one of the project’s developers, Jody Kriss, of East River Partners, “and …

NYC’s 33 buzziest new buildings

If you’re looking for a very boutique downtown condominium – we’re talking just three units – look no further than …

Sold-out Converted Condos in Park Slope to Close Soon

Closings started for the sold-out condominiums at a Park Slope conversion that Manhattan-based developer East River Partners gutted and renovated …

REFI TV Roundtable: New York’s Middle Market

The availability of capital and who is providing it were the hot topics on REFI TV’s first-ever video roundtable. Co-hosted …

Developing this rare Fort Greene “historic compound”

East River Partners is laying down new-development tracks at a block-through compound just outside the historic district in Fort Greene. …

Revealed as Developer for Fort Greene ‘Compound’

…the new owner is the developer East River Partners, known for turning brownstones into apartment buildings…the company has shown evidence …

Redevelop Fort Greene “compound”

Developer East River Partners, which specializes in converting townhouses in Brooklyn, is dabbling in new development with plans for two …

Multifamily Tuesday: Why Aren’t You Using the Jobs Act?

Joe Cohen and Jody Kriss did just fine with their first discretionary fund, raising $20M through accredited investors and co-investment. …

New Park Slope Conversion Launches Sales in the $1 Millions (371 Sixth Ave)

The same people who converted 397 First Street in Park Slope into a condo—now sold out—have sent along a peek …

Young Developers on the Move in Brooklyn and Manhattan (Profile of Jody Kriss)

In 2010 Jody Kriss and his partner Joseph Cohen made a bold decision to be bullish on the condo market. …

East Village Synagogue Makes Million-Dollar Deal to Stay Afloat (415 E 6th St, Manhattan)

After years of failed development proposals by a tiny East 6th Street synagogue, its congregation has finally brokered a million-dollar …

Brownstone Conversion Coming Soon to Carroll Gardens (364 Union Street)

Signage is up at 364 Union Street, a brownstone conversion project in Carroll Gardens. Sales will launch this spring, and …

Condo market reawakens

People understand that with low interest rates and the way rents have gone up to extraordinary levels, it makes more …

Today’s market is an exciting place for developers of housing units in New York City

The residential market in New York City is facing extremely limited inventory with a citywide shortage that now exceeds 550,000 …

Debut Fund Nearing First Close

A fledgling investment shop is expected to close this month on $10 million of initial equity for its debut property …

Development Firm Buying up Brooklyn Multi-Families

Today The Real Deal has a story about East River Partners, a development firm buying up and gut-renovating multi-families in …

Development Firm Sets its Sights on Park Slope, Carroll Gardens

In Park Slope and Carroll Gardens, the Manhattan-based developer East River Partners is currently buying up and gut-renovating non-rent regulated …

Projects: 397 1st Street

If you want PS 321, it doesn’t get more point-blank range than this bow-front 8-Family on the same block between …

Peeking at the Condo Conversion of a Park Slope Brownstone

Over at 397 First Street in Park Slope, an eight-unit brownstone is well into the process of becoming an eight-unit …

Slope Conversion, 397 First Street, on the Market Soon

In a couple of weeks, a converted Park Slope building at 397 First Street, close to the corner of Sixth …