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  • Tri-State EDSF Team Named as Most Important Figures of Commercial Real Estate Finance
    In a recent ranking of the 50 Most Important Figures of Commercial Real Estate Finance released by Commercial Observer, Cushman & Wakefield’s Steve Kohn, Dave Karson, Gideon Gil and John Alascio were collectively named 27th on the list of most influential people in New York’s commercial real estate finance industry.… Read more »
  • Manhattan Office Marketbeats Q1 2019: Downtown Deals Fuel Leasing Activity
    Manhattan The Manhattan office market had nearly 8.3 million square feet (msf) of new leases transacted through the first quarter of 2019, making it the second-highest Q1 leasing total on record. The three largest new leases of the quarter were all in the Downtown market. Despite healthy leasing activity, vacancy… Read more »
  • New York City 5 Fast Facts: Numbers show strong start to 2019
    The Manhattan office leasing market posted a strong, positive first quarter as nearly 8.3 million square feet of new leasing occurred—a 16.6% increase from Q1 2018. Downtown led the market with its strongest first quarter on record, with 2.6 msf leased, up 215% YOY.  Similarly, total employment reached a new… Read more »
  • NYC Employment 5 Fast Facts: The Industries on the Rise Creating Real Estate Opportunity
    Following a nationwide trend, employment in New York City grew in 2018 with 85,900 jobs created, after the U.S. Department of Labor revised up the originally reported numbers by 18,800 jobs. Specifically, the health care and social services sector experienced the greatest annual performance of any sector, adding 45,300 jobs… Read more »
  • Year in Review: New York City’s Not-For-Profit & Public Sector Real Estate Activity in 2018
    Though 2018’s not-for-profit sector activity decreased last year in comparison to 2017, the sector still had a strong year with lease & investment activity in New York City finishing at 9.3 million square feet (msf). Leasing in 2018 was defined by robust activity in the education industry, which accounted for… Read more »
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