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13 Charts That Show The State Of The New York City Real Estate Market

Getty The drumbeat of headlines have made clear that New York City’s real estate market is weakening. The median asking price for a Manhattan apartment is below $3,000 for the first time since 2011. Landlords are in distress. The vast majority of restaurants can’t make their full rent. But there are nuances within those trends. Rent prices, for instance, are falling the
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Nine Adaptive Reuse Considerations Property Owners Should Know

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin President, Chief Appraiser at Argianas and Associates, specializing in the valuation of complex institutional quality properties. getty As society has evolved from a predominantly rural population to an increasingly urban one, real estate trends have responded. In 1800, approximately 6% of the human population lived in
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Four Questions To Ask When Using Influencers To Drive Retail Leasing

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Carrie Bobb is the CEO of Carrie Bobb & Co., a consumer analytics nerd and an expert at driving revenue for brick and mortar real estate.  getty Small and large retailers are calling influencers way before they are calling a broker. This is not a knock on brokers – there is no way we could possibly have the
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Three Impacts Of The Pandemic On The Future Of The Office

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Dan Zakai is the Co-Founder and CEO of Mindspace, a global provider of boutique flexible spaces in 16 cities across Europe and the U.S. getty Six months into the coronavirus crisis, it’s clear that our methods and spaces of work are shifting. But while there has been a great deal of ink devoted to the idea that remote
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Trimmed market helps developers regain revenue

A focus on draining condo inventory and fewer condo launches helped listed developers regain some revenue momentum during the second quarter, says Asia Plus Securities (ASP). Therdsak Thaveeteeratham, executive vice-president of ASP, said the total revenue of 16 SET-listed developers in the first half was quite poor, down 10.8% year-on-year to 103 billion baht, because of