All About the Presentation

Business challenges - and the resolution of related real estate issues - are many in this complex and volatile market environment.  As a result, many property owners find the need for additional capital to bridge the lack of cash flow during development, repositioning and turnaround activities.

Therefore is it essential that one distills the request for private equity and/ or joint venture partners into a singular and compelling presentation to heighten the opportunity for success and minimize rejection.

Retailers of Rusticity

Ten places to get heavy denim, vintage flannel, and well-tailored henleys.

From left: Kris Payne, 26, Landscape Photographer. Pastimes: fishing, homebrewing. Kyle Hackett, 28, Menswear Designer. Pastimes: fixing cars and bikes. Jason Andrews, 36, Artist, D.J. Pastimes: making own Kombucha tea, motorcycling. Simon Howell, 37, Photographer. Pastimes: woodworking, cabinetry, surfing. (Photo: Hannah Whitaker)

From left:

Kris Payne, 26, Landscape Photographer. Pastimes: fishing, homebrewing. Kyle Hackett, 28, Menswear Designer. Pastimes: fixing cars and bikes. Jason Andrews, 36, Artist, D.J. Pastimes: making own Kombucha tea, motorcycling. Simon Howell, 37, Photographer. Pastimes: woodworking, cabinetry, surfing.

(Photo: Hannah Whitaker)

The Axe Men of Tribeca

Alongside the bankers and yoga moms, a design studio for aspiring lumberjacks.

(Photo: Hannah Whitaker)

(Photo: Hannah Whitaker)

Peter Buchanan-Smith and Graeme Cameron have opened Best Made Co, an axe company in Tribeca.

A 100-year-old company in Maine makes them by hand, to our specifications, with Tennessee hickory handles and fine-grained steel heads. We sand, shape, and mask off the handle. Then we prime it and spray on multiple layers of high-quality graffiti paint.