The retail property market in NYC is experiencing a disruption right now. The number of vacant retail properties is on the rise. Major retailers on Fifth Avenue are closing their doors. Mayor de Blasio is trying to lobby for a...
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Stabilized rent is has been a dwindling and highly sought after commodity in New York City. As people age, move out of apartments, and as properties get re-zoned, finding a place with stabilized rent is becoming a rarity. This June,...
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Construction projects in Brooklyn, NY are on the rise. With high-level jobs opening up in NYC, people are looking for mid-range to luxury apartments. Recently, large-scale construction projects were cleared for luxury apartments in Brooklyn, but that still leaves plenty...
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With the recent influx of commercial real estate investment projects in New York City, the need for specialized financing solutions has come to the forefront. Commercial real estate investors are distancing themselves from traditional lending channels in favor of faster,...
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Many property investment opportunities are opening up in New York City, attracting a new wave of people to the local commercial real estate market. Between market growth and tax breaks, new CRE investors are looking at 2019 as the year...
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In 2019, NYC commercial real estate investors can look for even more opportunities to increase their portfolios and their revenue. Those thinking about entering the commercial real estate arena in New York City to those who have been in the...
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By now, everyone is aware that Amazon is coming to NYC. With that announcement, commercial real estate investors are focusing on getting properties ready to attract smaller businesses to serve the needs of Amazon employees. In other parts of Brooklyn...
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Last month, the Federal Reserve released its Financial Stability Report. In the report, the Fed cited historically high debt owed by businesses in the United States and increased approval of traditional loans for assets, such as commercial properties. Analysts are...
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Construction throughout New York City has seen a major uptick this year, with projects planned well into 2020 and beyond. The addition of the new Amazon campus has commercial real estate investors launching construction projects of their own, from multi-unit...
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More than 75 percent of the structures in New York City are over half a century old. This gives commercial real estate investors many opportunities to renovate buildings for adaptive reuse. However, renovating New York City’s older building to bring...
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