Perlmutter Properties has the following bank branches available for sale or sublease. Click on any of the listings for additional details.
Perlmutter Properties will be exhibiting at the ICSC New York National Deal Making on December 6th and 7th at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. We’ll be in 3263 which we are sharing with Benbrooke, and QuantumListing.
Dear Mr. Bermudez,
My name Is Vincent Brown. I’m writing you to make you aware of just how fortunate you all are to have David Perlmutter as a Digsy affiliate. Just last year I found myself in a very desperate situation to find a location to build out my very first laundromat. As a first time business owner I decided (wrongly) that it would be in my best interest to find a location for my business on my own. I searched every commercial real estate website I could find with absolute zero luck. After looking for several weeks my wife noticed how frustrated I was growing and decided to contact Digsy for help. Thank God She Did.
Within a matter of minutes my phone rang and a customer service rep told that I would soon be receiving a call from David. When David called he introduced himself very professionally and was extremely patient with me as I explained my situation. Honestly, It was his confidence that we would ultimately find the perfect location that put me at ease. He mentioned that he had a couple of locations in mind and was even willing to meet me in the freezing winter cold to check them out along with me. I was immediately impressed with his level of commitment to helping me and was doubly so when he followed though and met me on time as promised. From that day forward David continued to search for the perfect location.
He contacted renters, building managers, other realtors and even spoke with my contractors to make sure the space was exactly what I was looking for. Eventually as promised David found the perfect location, 906 St. Nicholas Avenue in upper Manhattan. He and my lawyer negotiated my lease terms perfectly. He made sure to address all of my concerns and even some I didn’t even know I had.
He even bothered to take time out of his busy day to talk me down when I was stressed about my business not going as expected. I respect David, mostly because he’s always told me the truth from day one. If he thought I could be making the slightest mistake he would let me know and I would listen to him because I truly believed he’s always had my best interest at heart.
Recently I asked David why it was that he took so much time out to make sure that my situation worked out correctly and his response was simply “ That’s what I do for all of my clients”. I can’t say that I wasn’t slightly disappointed that I wasn’t special, but I can say that I believed him. He’s just that great of a guy.
I first want to thank my wife for having enough sense to pick up the phone and call Digsy but I really want to thank you for having the smarts to employ such a professional. As a side note, my business will be open and running very soon, all is well and I owe a large percentage of the credit to your company and David Perlmutter.
Thank You So Very Much.
I Wish You Much Success In The Future
Perlmutter Properties will be exhibiting at Booth S246 S Street in the South Hall at ICSC RECon 2017. Call 914-686-8900 to schedule an appointment with David Perlmutter, Alan Zuckerman, David Liebowitz or Stephanie Waters. David P. is also happy to discuss QuantumListing.com with you!
We’ll also be co-hosting to exciting events during RECon. On Sunday May 21st, join the #LetsGetSocial17 Meet Up from 5:00pm to 7:00 pm at the Aria Sports Bar. If you register at www.letsgetsocial.info we’ll have a name badge waiting for you. Owners, brokers, developers and more from all over the country will be on hand for this fun and relaxed kick off to RECon.
On Wednesday, May 24th, from 9:00 to 1:00 we’ll be hosting the #LetsGetSmart Speaker Series at our booth, S246 S Street in the South Hall. The incredible array of speakers we ‘ve lined up from all over the country will make Wednesday at RECon interesting informative. If you attend #LetsGetSmart, you won’t be looking at your watch waiting for RECon to end. You don’t need to be on hand for the whole event. Come and go as your schedule permits, but be sure to be on hand when the In-N-Out burgers arrive! You can get more information and register at www.letsgetsmart.info.
Perlmutter Properties is working on the disposition of eight former bank branches. There are locations in Westchester, Rockland, Dutchess and Orange Counties. The Westchester locations are at 88 Croton Avenue in Ossining, 66 Main Street in Yonkers and 23 South Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco. The former is a freestanding building and is for sale and the latter are downtown locations and are both for lease.
In Rockland County, the branches are located 230 N. Middletown Road in Pearl River, and 193 Route 59 in Spring Valley. Both are freestanding locations with drive-thru windows. The Pearl River branch is for sale.
The Orange County location is also a freestanding branch, located on a pad in front of the Vails Gate Centre at 336 Windsor Highway in Vail Gate. The center is anchored by Shop Rite and Kmart. This branch is for lease.
The Dutchess County location is at 2515 South Road in Poughkeepsie. It has a double drive up window, and is for lease.
Click on the images below to get more information and download flyers for each of the properties.
Meet with Perlmutter Properties at ICSC RECON 2016, May 23-25. We’ll be exhibiting at Booth S246 S Street in the South Hall. We are sharing the location with QuantumListing, Benbrooke Realty Investment Co., and Gladstone Development.
We’re pleased to announce that Perlmutter Properties Inc.’s affiliate, PPI of New Jersey LLC has been given a New Jersey Real Estate Broker’s license, thanks to the efforts of Alan Zuckerman, its broker of record.
Thanks to Michael Grossman of MAG Real Estate Advisors for asking Perlmutter Properties to participate in Volunteer New York’s Giving Tuesday program. I’m looking forward to getting my hat this morning (picture coming?). My parents and grandparents set an example for me as a kid about the importance of giving back to your community. As a student in college, my favorite economics courses were the ones on the economics of lesser developed countries. One of the principles I learned then and that motivates me in how I choose to give back is that a society’s greatness is judged on the wellbeing of its least advantaged members.
One of the many great things about my father, Milton Perlmutter, is that he saw how important it was to give people the tools to better their lives. He believed that the highest form of charity was to help people to help themselves. Of all his many business accomplishments, I think that he was most proud of bringing Pathmark supermarkets to underserved communities like Bedford-Stuyvesant. Although I don’t think I’ve had that kind of life-changing impact that bringing quality food to at a competitive price to these food deserts had, I’ve always thought it important to take on listings in under-retailed communities to help bring goods and services to their members.
So, whether it is raising scholarship money to help fulfill the dreams of kids who can’t otherwise afford college, or filling needs in an underserved community, there is always an opportunity to lift up society by helping those who need it most.
Perlmutter Properties will be exhibiting at the ICSC New York National Deal Making on December 7th and 8th at the Jacob Javits Convention Center. We’ll be in Booth 368, which we are sharing with Benbrooke, Admiral Real Estate, and QuantumListing.
Perlmutter Properties is a company in transition. That’s what keeps us relevant. It’s like that old adage, the only constant is change. Commercial real estate is a dynamic industry, so once your company stops changing, you wither and ossify.
Disruption is the buzzword of the day in real estate circles, especially in the tech end of the industry. I think, though, unless you have a really low bar for what qualifies as disruption (with a few exceptions), transition is really a more relevant term.
The objective of this blog is to explore the transitions I see and have seen in the commercial real estate industry, and how Perlmutter Properties is responding to it. We’ll also explore the friction caused on the disruption/transition margin. Stay tuned, and buckle up. The ride may be bumpy, but it should interesting and fun, too.