Compared to the first and second quarters of 2019, commercial real estate investment sales in New York City seem to have stabilized. The current global and U.S. macroeconomic environment seems to cause uncertainty on the near-term trajectory of both the […]Read more
The New York City commercial real estate market enjoyed a thriving first half of 2019. After a busy first quarter that saw some major deals closed by giants like WeWork, Related and Chetrit Group, the year’s second quarter upped the […]Read more
The New York City retail scene had a busy second quarter, however, it wasn’t quite as busy as the first one. There were five leases closed in Q1 over 40,000 square feet, and the top deal of the quarter was for […]Read more
The New York City office market started the year in full force, with a fruitful first quarter that saw various high-profile leases signed. The second quarter of 2019 kept that momentum going, and office leasing activity remained strong.
According to […]Read more
The New York City retail scene is going through a bit of a slump lately, according to many industry experts. The New York Times even ran a photo essay last fall showing the many vacant storefronts visible on the city […]Read more
The first three months of the year saw office leasing activity in New York City thrive, with asking rents reaching new highs in Manhattan, where the biggest leases of Q1 were concentrated. According to Colliers, 68,700 new jobs were added […]Read more
The news of the Chrysler Building selling for a mere $150 million this March made many people wonder if the New York City real estate market was in a slump. The iconic skyscraper was expected to fetch an even higher […]Read more