Tahl Propp Equities is a highly-respected New York real estate development, management, and investment firm specializing in commercial, residential and affordable housing. Led by Rodney Propp, chairman, and Joseph Tahl, president, Tahl Propp has amassed more than 4 million square feet of real estate in Manhattan, including 3,000 apartments throughout Harlem. In a New York Times article, Mr. Tahl, a Harlem resident, reiterated the firm’s commitment to providing ground level spaces in residential complexes for use as community facilities including day care centers, schools and community organizations such as Comprehensive AIDS Services Alliance Washington (CASA). The 4,500-square-foot AIDS Service Center facility, at 2036 Amsterdam at 161st in Washington Heights, partners with nearby New York Presbyterian Hospital to provide much needed services such as state-of-the-art peer education and training, HIV counseling and testing, mental health services and case management to the community at large.
Tahl Propp Equities is a Manhattan-based real estate investment firm. Led by chairman Rodney Propp and president Joseph Tahl, Tahl Propp specializes in commercial buildings, such as the Northern Trust Building, the Barclay’s Wealth Building, and Three Gateway Center. Tahl Propp recently completed a deal with Michael Kors Holdings. Michael Kors Holdings secured a 20,000-square-foot location at 520 Broadway in the SoHo neighborhood. The company plans for the store, which will occupy three floors at the address, to become the brand's marquee location in the area after the nearby 101 Spring Street location closes. The ground floor provides 4,500 square feet of space for the store to work with in addition to 5,000 square feet on each of the second and third floors as well as the concourse. The location is even more desirable as a retail outlet because of the 2,500 square feet of sublevel space available for underground storage.