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The News Archive for Joseph Moinian

Joseph’s News Archive

The News Archive for Joseph Moinian

Joseph Moinian

Founder & CEO

The Moinian Group
New York, US
22 Apr 2021 | Businesswire

The Moinian Group to Acquire Final 20-Percent of Sky

“The Moinian Group has had a long and prosperous relationship with SL Green and the reacquisition of Sky’s remaining interest has only enhanced our collaborations,” said The Moinian Group’s CEO Joseph Moinian. “We have immense respect for SL Green and look forward to working with them on many other transactions in the years to come.”

16 Apr 2021 | Commercial Observer

Life Time Fitness Opens 12K SF Financial District Location

“Life Time is a tremendous partner, providing an upscale amenity to our valued residents,” Joseph Moinian, CEO of Moinian, said in a statement. “We welcome Life Time to Ocean at One West Street with open arms and look forward to partnering at additional locations.” 

17 Aug 2020 | Commercial Observer

The Moinian Group Grows in Brooklyn

“Brooklyn is a thriving, eclectic borough that attracts some of the most creative minds and hardest workers,” said Joseph Moinian, founder and CEO of The Moinian Group. “Now more than ever it’s important to deliver high-quality residential projects in the outer-boroughs where people can live well and safely, with neighborhood amenities that improve their quality of life.”

29 Mar 2020 | City and State

The 2020 Real Estate Power 100

Joseph Moinian, Founder and CEO of The Moinian Group, was honored on City & State New York's 2020 Real Estate Power 100 list, a list that recognizes the most powerful people in New York real estate. Joseph was noted for assembling a prestigious portfolio of high-end properties and hotels since founding The Moinian Group in 1982.

13 Mar 2020 | The Business Journals

Landlords pledge not to evict tenants amid coronavirus pandemic

A group of New York City's largest landlords announced Friday they will not pursue evictions for the next 90 days in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The landlords who made the announcement represent more than 150,000 rental units in New York. The landlords and the Real Estate Board of New York, a trade group, pledged the pause on evictions in an open letter to their tenants. "No one knows how bad the impact of the COVID-19 virus will be," the letter reads. "We want to do our share too. As owners and managers of more than 150,000 rental apartments in the City, we will help our residents weather this crisis safely in their homes."

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