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  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Steve Kohn Appointed Chairman of Urban Land Institute New York
    Steve Kohn, Vice Chairman & President of Cushman & Wakefield’s Equity, Debt & Structured Finance (EDSF) service line, was named Chairman of The Urban Land Institute New York (ULI NY) effective July 1, 2018. Previous to this appointment, Steve Kohn was a Trustee and Governor of ULI and the former... Read more »
  • Manhattan’s Office Leasing Remains Strong First Half of 2018
    As the New York City economy continues to grow, office leasing activity has followed suit. In May, New York City’s employment stood at a record 4,496,400 jobs, up 13,200 from March and up 80,000 from one year ago. Although the TAMI and financial sectors shed jobs in April and May,... Read more »
  • New Jersey’s Andrew Merin & Stan Danzig Awarded with NJ BIZ’s 2018 ICON HONORS
    Credit: NJ BIZ Congratulations are in order for Executive Vice Chairman Andrew (Andy) Merin and Vice Chairman Stan Danzig, who will be recipients of NJBIZ’s 2018 ICON HONORS. Andy and Stan will be honored for their notable success as New Jersey business leaders and their demonstration of strong leadership both in... Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Secures NYC’s Largest Leases in June
    Last week, The Real Deal released June’s top 10 office and retail leases in New York City, and Cushman & Wakefield closed the two largest office leases and the fourth and fifth largest retail deals of the month. The largest office lease of June was NYU Langone Medical Center’s renewal and expansion lease... Read more »
  • Asking Rents are Lighting Up in Nine New York City Submarkets
    By Richard Persichetti, Vice President, Tri-State Research Lead The 4th of July is upon us, and there is plenty to celebrate. Although direct average asking rents in Manhattan for all classes of office space are down 1.2 percent year-over-year, there have been some submarkets with skyrocketing rents. So whether you prefer... Read more »
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