March 15, 2019
BY: Decca Muldowney
Current zoning allows for project spanning over 1M sf
Amazon may not be coming to Long Island City, but that hasn’t halted new development in the area.
MaryAnne Gilmartin’s L&L MAG is planning a...
BY: REBECCA BAIRD-REMBA
MaryAnne Gilmartin’s one-year-old development firm is coming to Long Island City, Queens.
A group of investors who own a waterfront parcel next to the now-defunct Amazon site in Long Island City have...
BY: Joanne Kaufman
In the male-dominated real estate universe, the hard hat can be a hard hat to wear.
It is no longer exactly groundbreaking for women to work on construction sites, to develop or design retail and commercial spaces, or...
L&L MAG, the new real estate development firm launched earlier this year by MaryAnne Gilmartin with L&L Holding Company founders David Levinson and Robert Lapidus, has struck its first ground-up development deal. The firm will...
December 11, 2018
BY: Miriam Hall
MaryAnne Gilmartin kicked off 2018 by leaving Forest City to found her own firm, backed by the owners of L&L Holding Co. To close it out, the company has announced its first project, a large apartment building in...
BY: Eddie Small
MaryAnne Gilmartin’s firm inked 99-year ground lease at Edison Property Group Chelsea site
MaryAnne Gilmartin’s L&L MAG has inked a 99-year ground lease for Edison Properties’ 241 West 28th Street for...
BY: Betsy Kim
The real estate company that launched earlier this year is building a 460-unit residential building at 241 W. 28th St.
NEW YORK CITY— L&L MAG, the real estate development firm created in January by MaryAnne...
December 10, 2018
BY: Ameena Walker
Thirty percent of the building’s units will be offered as affordable housing
A COOKFOX-designed rental building with both market-rate and affordable rentals is coming to Chelsea.
Development firm L&L MAG,...
By: The Editors
Founder and CEO, L&L MAG
Is the great trophy asset sale a thing of the past? Absolutely not, this is New York.
Which trophy would you buy if money were no object? I’d love to control the...
BY Betsy Kim
The CEOs from some of the most prominent New York real estate firms shared some of their industry observations before about 500 event attendees.
NEW YORK CITY—The Ziegfeld Ballroom in Midtown Manhattan was packed at the...