NEWS & PRESS

June 12, 2020

"The 17-screen multiplex at 330 New Park Ave. in Hartford, recently vacated by Bow Tie Cinemas, will be converted into a 12-screen multiplex, replacing the other five theaters with an arcade, a bar and possibly axe-throwing or miniature golf, the property’s owner announced on Thursday.

'Bow Tie had the traditional 17-screen, large-theater complex. You wouldn’t build a theater in today’s world with 17 screens,” said Bill Diamond...

August 20, 2019

Commercial Property Management & Commercial Real Estate Developer

Diamond Properties has multiple claims to fame: a formidable track record of successfully acquiring and vastly improving commercial properties throughout Westchester; high tenant-satisfaction and renewal rates; and a strong commitment to solar power. The firm, which manages high-profile Westchester properties, including the Grand Prix New York entertainment compl...

May 6, 2019

A star-studded cast of local dignitaries, influencers, community leaders and very excited fans gathered as Danbury Ice Arena's new ownership, Diamond Properties, joined their partner and local sports executive Herm Sorcher to unveil what might actually have been Danbury's worst kept secret: The new professional hockey team in town, the Danbury Hat Tricks.

The rabbit has been out of the hat, so to speak, for a few weeks now...

April 1, 2019

"NEWBURGH, N.Y., March 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Diamond Properties in partnership with Orange County Choppers is pleased to announce the grand opening of Grand Prix Orange County Racing and Entertainment. Located in Newburgh, NY, in what is commonly known as the Orange County Chopper building, the iconic the 90,000-square foot building which serves as OCC's headquarters will feature indoor go- kart racing, a large redemption a...

March 21, 2019

Photo: H. John Voorhees III

DANBURY — A New York real estate developer that owns the LaQuinta Inn building and a portfolio of commercial properties in seven states has purchased the Danbury Ice Arena with plans to transform it into an entertainment complex.

The new owner, Diamond Properties, plans to revitalize the 96,000-square-foot ice arena, which has lost two minor leaguehockey teams in the last eight years.

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