Delshah, OTL plan 180-unit resi building in DoBro

Michael Shah’s Delshah Capital and John Carson’s OTL Enterprises plan to construct a 180-unit luxury rental building in Downtown Brooklyn, replacing a longtime drug treatment facility with a new mixed-use building.

Delshah closes on $102M Israeli Bond Deal

Michael Shah’s Delshah Capital closed its Israeli debt offering this week by raising more than $102 million through the issuance of bonds that will be traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.

Delshah raises $82M on Israeli Bond Market

Michael Shah becomes first non-Jewish developer to tap Tel Aviv Stock Exchange for funds

Delshah, Klein Group the latest NYC real estate firms trying to tap Tel Aviv

Two real estate firms with sizable holdings in the New York City market are among the latest U.S. companies trying to tap the Israeli bond market as a source of funds.

Delshah snags historic LES building for $28M

Michael Shah’s Delshah Capital acquired a historic mixed-use rental building on the Lower East Side for $28 million, The Real Deal has learned.

Shah: The Art of the Del

After an education at Harvard University and the London School of Economics, passing the bar exam and snagging a coveted associates position at prestigious law firm, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, Michael Shah found his good run unexpectedly derailed by the French asset management firm Lazard Frères.

Revealed: Pricing, renderings for DelShah’s new Chelsea project

Michael Shah’s Delshah Capital is getting ready to roll out its luxury condo development at 221 West 17th Street in Chelsea, unveiling a rendering for the project with plans to launch sales within the next two weeks.

Delshah Capital Puts Harlem Rental Building on Market, Could Fetch $26.1M

Eastern Consolidated has been retained by Delshah Capital as the exclusive sales agent for 321-323 Lenox Avenue in Harlem and one of the building’s brokers thinks the property will sell for more than $26.1 million. Delshah bought it for $11.2 million in February 2012, property records indicate.

Delshah Capital Puts Harlem Rental Building on Market, Could Fetch $26.1M

Eastern Consolidated has been retained by Delshah Capital as the exclusive sales agent for 321-323 Lenox Avenue in Harlem and one of the building’s brokers thinks the property will sell for more than $26.1 million. Delshah bought it for $11.2 million in February 2012, property records indicate.

Luxury Condos Set for 221 West 17th Street After Delshah Buy [Updated]

Delshah will partner with On the Level Enterprises to redevelop the 33,000-square-foot building. The partnership plans to add four floors to the building, creating a 10-story luxury residential condominium with ground-floor retail space.