Penn Station: Past, Present and Future

Penn Station: Past, Present and Future

New York City’s Pennsylvania Station, most commonly known as Penn Station, is the busiest transportation hub in the entire Western Hemisphere. More than 600,000 travelers use it every day. The station has a long, rich, and controversial past, and potentially […]Read more

How Disasters Helped Shape New York City

How Disasters Helped Shape New York City

New York City is one of the fastest-growing urban centers in the world. While this accelerated pace of growth has led NYC to become one of the most innovative cities around the globe, it has also caused problems over the […]Read more

These Are the Biggest Commercial Real Estate Landlords in NYC

These Are the Biggest Commercial Real Estate Landlords in NYC

New York City commercial real estate is a lucrative business and a sought-after investment destination for companies across the globe. Whether you’re a tenant looking for office space in NYC, or an investor looking for investment opportunities via REITs, New […]Read more

Here Are 5 of the Most Unusual Buildings in New York City

Here Are 5 of the Most Unusual Buildings in New York City

If you look at a list of cities by the number of skyscrapers, today’s New York City is in 3rd place – behind only Hong Kong and Shenzhen in China. However, New York’s skyscraper history goes back much farther, with […]Read more

How Proptech Is Transforming the Commercial Real Estate Industry

How Proptech Is Transforming the Commercial Real Estate Industry

Even before the pandemic, the commercial real estate industry was undergoing a paradigm shift, slowly breaking away from tradition and embracing technology in different ways. Intelligent building features and sustainability tools were already a high priority for commercial building owners, […]Read more

Recovery in New York City’s Retail Sector

Recovery in New York City’s Retail Sector

I was recently asked for my opinion regarding the prospects of a recovery in the New York City retail commercial real estate market. It’s a good time for an update on what has changed.

To provide some key background information […]Read more

Local Law 97: A Green New Future for NYC Office Buildings

Local Law 97: A Green New Future for NYC Office Buildings

As remote and hybrid work models are becoming more and more popular, many of New York City’s skyscrapers are half-empty. A return to the office is underway, but many companies allow staff to work remotely indefinitely. Meanwhile, landlords are struggling […]Read more

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