Dec
17
2015

Corner Goes MOD

New Haven Independent
Just down the street at 323 George St, brothers Josef and Jacob Feldman of MOD Equities are building 108 furnished studios in an extended-stay hotel they hope will feel like “home” for those without one in New Haven. The hotel, said lawyer Matt Panelli, will “complete the block” of George Street, replacing a budget car rental company
Dec
10
2015

Furnished short term units to begin construction

Yale Daily News
The fully furnished, short-term units will meet the needs of thousands of Yale students and visitors who spend short periods of time in the city, said Erin Gustafson, senior advisor at the Yale Office of International Students and Scholars. “Every year Yale hosts faculty, lecturers, researchers and postdocs from around the world,” she said. “These scholars come to campus for short stays, anywhere from a few months to a year or two, and arrive at all times of the year in need of affordable short-term housing.”
Jan
8
2015

Downtown Building Sells For $6.9M

New Haven Independent
"A growing local real-estate company, MOD Equities, purchased the 89,625-square-foot, eight-story brick building from JMJ Services Inc., a company associated with James Salatto"
Oct
18
2013

Anchors Aweigh For Toni Harp

New Haven Independent
Jacob and Josef Feldman, who run a company called Mod Equities, listened to her remarks. The brothers represent a new wave of developers seeing opportunities in New Haven. They moved to New Haven from New York three years ago. They have been buying up properties to rent out as apartments in East Rock and Wooster Square. Josef Feldman said with Yale’s School of Management nearing completion in East Rock, and Alexion Pharmaceuticals moving downtown, the rental market is only getting better.
Oct
17
2013

315 Whitney

Newhavenindependent
The City Plan Commission voted unanimously Wednesday night to approve a site plan for the renovation of the three-story building and a two-story building in back to provide 19 residential units.
Oct
16
2013

Renovation work to build up New Haven housing stock

NH Register
NEW HAVEN >> The city has approved a renovation of two buildings on Whitney Avenue for conversion to 19 apartments, one of a number of proposals that sailed through a long City Plan Commission agenda Wednesday night.