4,650 Square Foot Lease at 37 St. Marks Place, New York: 99 Favor Taste

January 14th, 2016

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Manhattan, NY – Harvest International is pleased to announce that they have inked a 4,650 square foot lease at 37 St. Marks Place, New York on behalf of 99 Favor Taste, a famous and trendy Chinese Hot Pot and barbeque restaurant that currently operates in two other locations, Chinatown and Brooklyn.

99 Favor Taste is the only all-you-can-eat hotpot and BBQ restaurant in NYC. They offer six choices of hot pot broths, which serve as soup bases for their thirty-one different kinds of freshly prepared meats and vegetables. Private rooms are available for family gatherings, birthday parties, and special events. The addition of this store with Qing-Dynasty-styled interior designs, bring delicious and unique foods and entertainment option to the neighborhood.

Harvest International’s Jacob Ding handled this assignment.

About Harvest International
Since 1992, Harvest International has been providing commercial and industrial brokerage services ranging from retail leasing, market entry advisory, acquisition and disposition of investment and industrial properties, as well as company relocations. For further information, visit http://www.harvestinternational.net.

4,650 Square Foot Lease at 37 St. Marks Place, New York: 99 Favor Taste

Charles Chan Attends as an Honoree at The New York Chinese American Entrepreneur Award Ceremony and Gala Hosted by Ming Pao Daily News

Ming Pao Daily News held their first annual New York Chinese Entrepreneur Award Ceremony and gala for the launching of their new publication series, The Chinese American Entrepreneur in New York. Nearly 800 guests attended this event which was located at the Grand Restaurant in Flushing on October 18th, 2013. One of our own, Charles Chan was selected as one of the honorees.

“The Chinese American Entrepreneur in New York promises to be a revolutionary publication featuring stories about successful entrepreneurs and their rise to the top…hopefully those profiled in its articles can serve as role models, and inspire others to succeed as well. I can’t wait to see the first edition.”
—Grace Meng, Member of Congress

“The Chinese American Entrepreneur in New York…will highlight the journey of immigrants, their struggles and success, and their contribution to life in New York.”—Toby A. Stavisky, State Senator, 16th Senate District

Ming Pao Daily News New York is a Chinese newspaper based in Long Island City and now Flushing, that provides news coverage on the economy, entertainment, health, sports and more.    Ming Pao has an average reach of 120,000 plus readers and distributes to Flushing and Elmhurst, Queens; Chinatown, Manhattan; and to Brooklyn.

Below is a peek inside the issue.

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Featuring Charles Chan, CEO, Harvest International Commercial Real Estate
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Associates of Harvest International
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Featured ad in The Chinese Entrepreneur in New York, special edition magazine.
Charles Chan Attends as an Honoree at The New York Chinese American Entrepreneur Award Ceremony and Gala Hosted by Ming Pao Daily News

Charles & Daphne Chan Partake in Aid to Fund Queens Museum of Art Expansion Project

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On March 29, 2013, Charles and Daphne Chan attended the gala of the Queens Museum of Art (an art museum and educational center), located in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.  Seth Kupferberg, the QMA’s board of trustee kindly invited the commercial real estate couple to this exciting event. 

“The Panorama of the City of New York,” a 9,335 square foot architectural model originally built for the 1924 World’s Fair, containing every constructed building in all boroughs before 1992 was displayed, and nearby it, was the reception–also near the new expansion of QMA.  Major contributors to help fund this large expansion project included government sources, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s office, the state, and the City Council.  In addition, the museum itself raised $2 million; Charles and Daphne were delighted that they were able to partake and support the arts and the Queens community. 

By Vivian Pang 

Charles & Daphne Chan Partake in Aid to Fund Queens Museum of Art Expansion Project