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  • Q&A with CREW New York’s New President-Elect, Betty Castro
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    Cushman & Wakefield is proud to share that its very own Betty Castro was recently voted President-Elect of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) New York, the premier business network for women in commercial real estate. Betty, Managing Principal of the Downtown office, has pledged herself to a three-year commitment to… Read more »
  • Three C&W Brokers Win Top Young Professionals Award from Commercial Observer
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    Cushman & Wakefield is proud to share that three of its New York-based brokers have been named Top Young Professionals by Commercial Observer. Alex Lapidus Okin was granted the Top Young Debt and Equity Professionals award, while Maurice Suede and Christine Colley were honored with the Top Leasing and Sales… Read more »
  • NYC Five Fast Facts: Q3 2019 Edition
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    In the third quarter of 2019, new leasing activity slowed to 7.3 million square feet leased, off  the previous six-quarter average by 19.3%. However, Downtown continues to shine with new leasing through Q3 2019 exceeding the annual totals from 2015-2018 with nearly 6.0 msf leased. And in Midtown South, Class… Read more »
  • Employee Spotlight: What does it take to be a CFA charterholder?
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    Rustam Nazirbaev is a senior financial analyst at Cushman & Wakefield in the East Rutherford, N.J. office. Four years ago, he decided to embark on the long, tedious journey of earning a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Thousands of hours of studying later, he recently passed his final exam and… Read more »
  • Manhattan Office MarketBeats: August 2019
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    MANHATTAN Overview Despite falling 33.2% from the previous four-month average of 3.4 million square feet (msf) leased, Manhattan new leasing remained strong with nearly 2.3 msf transacted in August. Midtown leasing nearly doubled month-over-month, accounting for 67.0% of Manhattan-wide activity, while Midtown South and Downtown leasing moved at a sluggish… Read more »
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