Founder Francis Greenburger rents his first office space on 59th Street between Park and Lexington Avenue in New York City. Time Equities Inc. is born.
TEI opens office at 825 Third Avenue.
Francis Greenburger purchases his first building at 71 Barrow St. and converts his first occupied co-op: a 10-unit building at 21-23 Bethune St.
Time Equities Inc. engages in its first gut renovation and conversion of a vacant commercial building to a residential co-op at 161 Remsen St., Brooklyn Heights and converts an occupied 12-building, 1200 unit apartment complex to cooperative ownership in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, one of the largest cooperative conversions in New York City at the time.
First office building is purchased in Midtown at 25 West 43rd St.
Time Equities converts the first commercial building to a residential rental property under new downtown zoning regulations, the Landmark Delmonico’s building at 56 Beaver Street.
Time Equities moves into its current headquarters at 55 Fifth Avenue.
Attorney and certified public accountant Robert Kantor is hired to the firm as President and Chief Operating Officer.
TEI acquires seven Tudor City buildings in a partnership with Phil Pilvesky. All seven buildings, containing over 2,500 units, to be converted to cooperative ownership.
In a partnership with Robert Sheridan, the firm takes on its first condominium conversion of four Bing & Bing buildings in the West Village. In its first endeavor in New Jersey, the company converts a 230-unit garden apartment complex, Teaneck Gardens, to cooperative ownership and purchases first Texas Rental buildings. TEI oversees the deeding of Tudor City Parks to Trust for Public Land.
Time Equities Inc. begins to offer third-party mortgage brokerage services.
Third-party office and retail brokerage services are offered for the first time.
Time Equities converts its first commercial building to a residential rental property under new downtown zoning regulations, the landmark Delmonico's building at 56 Beaver Street,
TEI makes its first international purchase: 4200 St. Laurent in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The first international property is purchased in the city of Toronto, province of Ontario, at 219 Dufferin St.
125 Maiden Lane is the company's first major downtown office building purchased.
Time Equities Securities is established and joins FINRA.
132 West 22nd St. becomes Time Equities’ first conversion of a commercial manufacturing building to residential condo lofts.
In a residential partnership with Abby Hamlin, townhouses are developed on State St. in Brooklyn.
Time Equities expands to the Midwest by engaging in a condominium conversion in Kansas City, Missouri. The firm acquires its first South Carolina hotel, located in Gaffney, and commissions its first international new construction development in Toronto in a partnership with Peter Freed.
Live/work condominium lofts are constructed on Main St. in Freeport NY. TEI also begins construction on Montgomery Green, Jersey City, NJ's first high-rise condominium, in partnership with Harry Kantor and acquires first major office building in Portland, Oregon.
A class "B" multi-family property, Stonebridge, is purchased for condominium conversion in Madison, Wisconsin.
The firm acquires Miami Industrial storage complex.
In a partnership with Laconia LLC, TEI purchases a vacant lot in Seattle for a high-rise residential tower at 1600 Wall Street.
Third-party residential brokerage services are offered under Time Equities Brokerage, LLC.
The Newark Tech Center is purchased. The Center is comprised of 2 two-story buildings totaling 49,750 square feet.
An industrial property is converted into the Shoppes at Bedford Park, a strip mall in Chicago.
A shopping center is purchased in Illinois.
The company's new Master website wins a Silver Award in the International Academy of the Visual Arts' 2013 W³ Awards.