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  • How Will Long Island and Other NYC Suburbs Attract Millennial Talent?
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    Long Island, as the colloquial term for Nassau and Suffolk Counties immediately to the east of New York City, has long been argued as the first and prototypical modern American suburb. While the economy has remained strong, Long Island–like many other prominent suburbs–has faced a challenge curbing the exportation of young... Read more »
  • Manhattan Five Fast Facts: One Market Starts 2019 With A Bang
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    The start of 2019 brought good tidings in several sectors of Manhattan’s commercial real estate market, reports Cushman & Wakefield. Manhattan office demand continued at a torrid pace, starting the new year with 4.2 msf of new leases signed. Downtown owned four of the top five new leases in January... Read more »
  • Leasing Activity Surges in Fairfield County, yet Tapers in Westchester County
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    Fairfield County’s office leasing demand continued to trend upward in 2018 with overall leasing activity outpacing 2017’s annual demand. In Westchester County, overall leasing activity began to taper off in 2018. In both Westchester and Fairfield counties, overall vacancy increased and asking rents fell slightly in 2018. Fairfield County Cushman & Wakefield... Read more »
  • New York City Investment Sales MarketBeats: Year-End 2018
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    Macro Commentary New York City’s investment sales market posted a historically strong year in 2018, recording its fifth-highest dollar volume total at $49.2 billion, an increase of 35.0% from 2017. The level of activity in 2018 has trended up, as each quarter recorded an uptick in the number of properties sold... Read more »
  • 2018 Marks Another Record Year for New Jersey’s Industrial Market
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    By Jason Price, Director, Tri-State Suburbs Research Another historic year for the New Jersey industrial market is in the books. The three-year stretch from 2016 to 2018 has been the strongest run for New Jersey industrial market occupancy gains and one of the most robust stretches for leasing in recent history.... Read more »
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