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WHO’S NEWS: Jax Hindmarch Joins Invictus as Analyst

Invictus Property Advisors has appointed Jax Hindmarch as an analyst. Previously, Hindmarch was an investment banking analyst at Digital Capital Advisors. He has also had several previous roles, some of which include working as a management consulting intern at Acquis Consulting Group, as an equity research intern at Monarch Capital Group, as a global wealth management advisory intern at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and as an asset management intern at Stabilis Capital Management. read more

Invictus Sells Landmarked Building at 228 Lenox Avenue

The building is located in the Mount Morris Park Historic District among a number of rowhouses representing many styles of architecture spanning a period of over four decades, the subject property was built in 1880. Picturesque ensembles in eclectic variations of the popular neo-Greco, Renaissance Revival, Romanesque Revival, Queen Anne, and Beaux-Arts styles are found throughout the District. read more

New York’s Top Brokers Use Tech to Win Deals

The widespread availability of data has been game-changing in the last several years, Levine says. On the one hand, it’s a great equalizer in that virtually everyone can access a high level of data. On the other hand, it pushes brokers to differentiate themselves by having sharper perspectives on the market and elevating their level of service, including the speed and reach with which they execute deals. read more

Multifamily Values Sucker Punched

New York City’s new rent regulation laws have shaved nearly half the value off multifamily properties, according to investment sales brokers. Commentary by Josh Lipton of Invictus Property Advisors. read more

East Harlem Mixed-Use Building Hits the Market at 315 East 104th Street

This four-story, mixed-use building in East Harlem has 5,900 square feet. Built in 1900, it contains six rent-stabilized apartments and one commercial space, occupied by the Keith Haring Foundation. read more

What To Expect When You’re Expecting Rent Regulated Returns

Andrew Levine and Josh Lipton, the firm’s co-founders, said landlords of regulated properties still have a way of deregulating units through what’s known as “substantial rehabilitation.” read more


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