Intelligent, affable, tenacious – the list of terms commonly used by multi-family property owners and investors to describe Gebroe-Hammer Associates’ Executive Vice President Stephen Tragash is seemingly endless. Such praise is hard-earned and well-deserved by one of the North Jersey Metro’s most prominent and persistent apartment-market specialists. Since the earliest days of the Great Recession when he started at Gebroe-Hammer, Tragash has employed his trademark approach to
SUSSEX, NJ — In the heart of the Borough of Sussex in Sussex County, Gebroe-Hammer Associates’ Stephen Tragash, executive vice president, has arranged the $16.59 million sale of 134 multi-family units at Alpine Village Apartments in Wantage. The transaction, in which Tragash represented the seller, Alpine Village Apartments LLC, and procured the buyer, a private investor, also included a 17-acre land parcel for the construction of additional units.
Located at 4 Center St. i
SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ — In New Jersey’s northwestern corner where apartment-rental living edges out homeownership among the population base, Gebroe-Hammer Associates has arranged the $17.9 million sale of 168 units at Landmark West Apartments. The brokerage team of Stephen Tragash, executive vice president, and Adam Zweibel, senior vice president represented the seller, Newton West Limited, and procured the buyer, a private investor.
Located at 100 Swartzwood Rd., Landmark Wes
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Gebroe-Hammer Associates, the nationally ranked multi-family investment sales brokerage firm, has promoted three of its top-producing brokers to new executive management positions, announced Ken Uranowitz, president. Stephen Tragash of South Orange and Nicholas Nicolaou of Ocean Township were named executive vice presidents and Adam Zweibel of Livingston was named senior vice president.
“Once again, 2018 was a banner year for Gebroe-Hammer Associates. No ot
UNION COUNTY, NJ — At a time when Union County multi-family property owners are commanding higher concession-free rents than in the past, a flurry of long-term owners are “seizing the state of the bull market” to shed their assets, according to Gebroe-Hammer Associates’ Ken Uranowitz, president. This trend spans the entire submarket, from urban centers like Elizabeth and Rahway to suburban bedroom communities such as Roselle Park.
Within a relatively short time period, the f