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The Real Deal – 07 27 2011

The Klein Group, a retail-focused real estate firm based in New Jersey, partnered with the Israeli company Alto Private Investments to purchase a retail condominium at the Costas Kondylis-designed 200 West End Avenue at 70th Street for $31 million. The purchase of the 26,000-square-foot condo from investment firm Clarion Partners...

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The Real Deal – 11 16 2011

New Jersey real estate investment firm the Klein Group, which focuses on retail properties, paid $20 million for four retail condominiums at the residential building the District, at 111 Fulton Street in the Financial District. The four individual condos are comprised of 17,200 square feet of ground-floor space and...

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The Real Deal – 10 30 2015

Two real estate firms with sizable holdings in the New York City market are among the latest U.S. companies trying to tap the Israeli bond market as a source of funds. East Village-based Delshah Capital and New Jersey-based retail landlord the Klein Group both filed prospectuses with Israel Securities...

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The Real Deal – 05 01 2016

These middle-market players may not be household names yet, but they’re betting (on) the store Despite signs of a slowdown on several prime avenues, New York City retail investors are invading the market everywhere from Broadway in Soho to Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg. And it’s not just the household...

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Commercial Observer 07 24 2017

Following the trend of retailers downsizing during trying times for brick-and-mortar retail, PetSmart has signed an 1,820-square-foot lease at The Klein Group’s retail condominium at 670 Columbus Avenue, Commercial Observer has learned The store, which sells pets and pet food and other items for furry or feathery friends, will occupy a portion of...

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Commercial Observer 03 21 2017

Retail landlord The Klein Group has issued its second series of debt on the Israeli bond market, raising around 80 million shekels—nearly $25 million—through an offering on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange this week, sources told Commercial Observer. The Florham Park, N.J.-based firm, which owns retail properties mostly across Manhattan and New Jersey,...

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