Who We Are
Our company was founded on the belief that real estate brokerage is much more than the process of sourcing and executing transactions. The relationships with our clients are based on our desire to provide the best possible level of service as well as experiencing the deep satisfaction when we deliver spectacular results.
Interrelate Group focuses on the real estate needs and requirements of corporate space occupiers. We develop a keen understanding of the client's overall business objectives, and we then develop and implement real estate strategies that create value.
As with corporate users, not-for-profit organizations face workplace decisions that will impact their operations and financial health for years to come. Accordingly, not-for-profit groups require the forward-thinking representation offered by our Not-For-Profit practice.
The Interrelate Start-Up Support practice is based upon the belief that intrepid entrepreneurs with new business initiatives deserve to take advantage of the transactional and advisory services usually found being marketed to established organizations.
For our clients in Brazil who plan expansion in the U.S., the services that we offer extend well beyond traditional brokerage activities. Our goal is to bridge the cultural, language, and operational differences that often prove to be daunting during the expansion process.
Delivering Outstanding Results
Adprime Media was located in space at 22 Cortlandt Street, New York, under a sublease arrangement that did not include any options for expansion. Adprime was experiencing rapid growth of its internet advertising business and had an immediate requirement for additional space.
The Literacy Assistance Center occupied one and one half floors in 32 Broadway. Principals from InterRelate Group analyzed the covering lease documentation and found that LAC was paying an escalated rent that was ten dollars per square foot above current market valuations.
The client purchased a building in Lower Manhattan in June 2004 believing it would reinvigorate the organization. The building required substantial renovation, with gutted floors and an antiquated and neglected infrastructure.