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How KDA Has Helped Tenants Weather the Pandemic – and Why Commercial Real Estate May Rebound Faster Than Most People Think


By Neil A. Dolgin Nearly nine months into the pandemic, the long-term impact on commercial real estate is still anybody’s guess as virtually every industry continues to feel the economic fallout. Over the past month in New York City alone where life finally appears to be returning to some normalcy, multiple hotels, including the Times… Read more »

Amazon Delivers Hope to Brooklyn Office Market


The coronavirus has slowed an already lagging Brooklyn office market, but Amazon Music has signed a lease in a new Williamsburg building that has local brokers feeling optimistic. Amazon’s music streaming service took 40,000 square feet of production space at Rubenstein Partners and Heritage Equity Partners’ 25 Kent. Commercial Observer  

The Death of a Co-working Startup Highlights User Experience vs. Unit Economics


Stroll through any major city in the United States and you’re sure to find an excess of completely built out, potentially useful, vacant spaces. Whether it’s a restaurant only open for dinner or a vacant retailer, there is no lack of finished, usable space. Spacious saw these vacancies as opportunities and sought to occupy them… Read more »

NYC Building Owners Are Still Waiting To Act On New Emissions Restrictions


Landlords and developers play a large part in the city’s goal of drastically reducing carbon output by 2050. In April, the city council passed the Climate Mobilization Act, a package of bills that will fundamentally change the way buildings will be built and operated in the city. At its heart are new rules that set… Read more »

Amid Slumping Sales And Tightening Regulation, Medical Assets Could Be NYC’s Real Estate Darling


Technological disruption has reshaped how healthcare is provided, along with where medical facilities are built and designed. Medical procedures and treatment are now increasingly delivered in ambulatory and outpatient centers, as opposed to hospitals, and consumers often want convenient care delivered in a retail-like environment. All these factors are good news for real estate, experts… Read more »

Moody’s National Office Market – Q3 Trends – NYC Vacancy Declined


According to Moody’s Analytics REIS National Office Market Trends for Q3: The Office vacancy rate was flat in the quarter at 16.8%. In the third quarter of 2018, it was 16.7%. Overall vacancy has declined only 0.3% in the last five years. New York City saw steady net absorption as vacancy declined 0.2% to 7.9%,… Read more »

Age is Just a Number: A Breakdown of the Age of Manhattan’s Submarkets


Here are some stats on the average office building in Manhattan. • Average age: 68 years old. • Approximately 46% were built prior to World War II (aka “pre-war”) • 30% were built after World War II but before 1980 (aka “post-war”) • 14% of the inventory was built between 1980-1999 (aka “post-1980”) • One… Read more »

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