Author Archives: Lina

Millie King Entrepreneurship Program of the Bella Abzug Leadership Institute (BALI)

“They won’t care about how much you know, until they know how much you care.”  When I heard those words from a motivational speaker over 20 years ago, they immediately hit home and an inward cry of ‘YES!’ shot through … Continue reading

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Lina Gottesman Interviewed by the NY Post!

According to the NY Post, New York Women are owning the business world. “New York City’s women can lean in with the best of them when it comes to running a business. With everything from small florists to high-tech hubs, … Continue reading

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The Great Thaw –How to Protect Building Entryways

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.”  This truism has become a challenge for any building coping with the unrelenting elements that Mother Nature has dealt us this winter. The transitional time we’re in now is producing … Continue reading

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CEO, Lina Gottesman Featured in Long Island Business News

Our CEO, Lina Gottesman was chosen by the Long Island Business News as Ones to watch in Commercial Real Estate. You can view the full article here: abuse contacts

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The Grand Central Legacy Project – A Special Honor for Altus to Participate

The dedication of Grand Central Terminal’s main entry vestibule as the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Foyer is, in a sense, the crowning culmination of her tireless campaign to save this iconic landmark. The lawsuit launched by Mrs. Onassis and other influential … Continue reading

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Summer Maintenance

Here’s a tip you may find helpful as you conduct and plan your building’s maintenance: During the summer months, it is especially important to vacuum lobby floors thoroughly before wet mopping.  Vacuuming removes particles and dirt, which prevents scratches from forming … Continue reading

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Reviewing the Punch List: Avoiding the High Cost and Huge Delays of Replacement

When estimating budgets for restoration projects, owners/developers sometimes underestimate simply because they fail to anticipate how often and unexpectedly damage will be detected in the final phase. It is, unfortunately, not uncommon for damage to occur during transportation, adding significant … Continue reading

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