Published On: Tue, Sep 8th, 2015

Toby Moskovits ushering in BK office wave, leaving partners in wake

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From the September issue: At a time when residential development in Williamsburg is surging, some developers are working to usher in a new wave of commercial growth. Toby Moskovits is one of them.

But as the 38-year-old founder of the development firm Heritage Equity Partners takes on an ambitious slate of office buildings and hotels in a neighborhood not known for them, she is also leaving a growing list of former business partners in her wake.  Moskovits is currently embroiled in five lawsuits — four of which she filed in the first three months of this year. [more]

Read thr full story at The Real Deal by Mark Maurer

 

Taking on Toby

At a time when residential development in Williamsburg is surging, some developers are working to usher in a new wave of commercial growth. Toby Moskovits is one of them.

But as the 38-year-old founder of the development firm Heritage Equity Partners takes on an ambitious slate of office buildings and hotels in a neighborhood not known for them, she is also leaving a growing list of former business partners in her wake.

Moskovits is currently embroiled in five lawsuits — four of which she filed in the first three months of this year.

Her 20-person firm, which has offices in Midtown East and Williamsburg, is tackling a bevy of buzz-worthy projects, including the 400, 000-square-foot office complex known as the Generator at 25 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg. The project, which will target tech tenants, is Brooklyn’s first speculative office building in decades.

Read the full story at The Real Deal, by Mark Maurer

 

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