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REBNY Report Shows New York City Construction Activity Outpacing Year-Over-Year Totals


The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), the City’s leading real estate trade association, today released its Quarterly New Building Construction Pipeline Report for Q2 2022. Construction activity in Q2 2022 again outpaced historical averages. Offering good-paying jobs and essential for attracting and retaining investment, employers and residents, this construction activity represents significant progress… Read more »

This Time, Corporate Executives Mean Business On The Return To Office


Leaders at major companies across the U.S. want workers back this week, and they mean it this time. Labor Day 2022 is the latest, and starkest, line in the sand drawn yet by corporate executives who think their workers should be spending more time in the office. Companies have been trying to lure workers back… Read more »

Meeting Emissions Mandates in New York’s Buildings, Explained


Building owners are scrambling to meet new rules on greenhouse gas emissions. New York’s congressional candidates do the last-minute primary shuffle. In 2019, the City Council enacted a package of bills to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change, including one bill that became Local Law 97 and set limits for emissions from… Read more »

Commercial Real Estate Is Facing a Triple Threat: Interest Rates, Inflation, and Recession


Commercial property sectors, other than office, have recovered well after the shock of the pandemic. Generational demographics and a particularly robust job market have sustained demand, and rents and occupancy are continuing to rise, albeit at a slower pace than last year. The fundamentals are good, yet property investors are appropriately nervous. They face the… Read more »

Eight Ways The Biden Tax Plan Could Affect Your Real Estate Business


  President-elect Joe Biden’s policies and tax plans are becoming increasingly more relevant as his time in office begins. When it comes to the real estate industry or investing in general, it’s important to pay attention to policies that will affect you as a business owner so you can make the necessary adjustments. The Biden… Read more »

SIOR: More CRE Transactions Stay on Schedule


The commercial real estate industry is gradually getting a handle on how to do business during a pandemic, according to the results of the August Sentiment Survey from SIOR. Back in April, only 26.1 percent of transactions were proceeding according to schedule, but that figure increased to 45.2 percent in the latest survey. Parallel to… Read more »

VC Giant Plans $200M Fund To Back Real Estate Tech That Fights Climate Change


The biggest venture capital firm in PropTech is planning a fund to back firms that are creating technology that will help the real estate sector reduce its carbon footprint. Fifth Wall said last week it is looking to raise $200M for its Carbon Impact Fund. It said the built environment is the single-largest contributor to… Read more »

After Historic Low, What’s Next for Net Lease Cap Rates?


Cap rates remain at low levels due to the historically low interest rate environment combined with a robust economy. Despite the decrease in cap rates, the spread between asking and closed cap rates for retail and office properties widened by 6 and 2 basis points respectively. Real estate investors believe we are in the late… Read more »

Industrial Outlook Calls for Steady Growth in 2020


Despite concerns about the long-term impact of tariffs and the potential for an economic downturn, the outlook for the U.S. industrial sector heading into 2020 remains positive, according to industry executives who spoke at the recent Avison Young U.S. Industrial Summit in Chicago. The sector experts cited low vacancy rates and rising rental rates among… Read more »

Forget The Last Mile: New Jersey Is Building Big To Meet Industrial Demand


New Jersey continues to see a growing number of new industrial buildings to meet increasing demand. Distribution centers in Northern and Central New Jersey continue to be snapped up almost as soon as they are made available, no matter the size. Industrial rents in the region rose slightly from the second to third quarter, continuing… Read more »

Commercial Market Much Stronger Than Headlines Imply


Over the past decade, New York City has experienced a period of strong economic growth driving an increase in jobs, commercial investment, and unprecedented demand to live and work in the five boroughs. As a result of this economic expansion our commercial real estate market continues to thrive and poised for success for the remainder… Read more »

Commercial Real Estate Investing 101: How to Get Started


If you’re looking to get into commercial real estate, FortuneBuilders offers advanced and comprehensive investing education courses and guides that contain virtually everything you need to know to get started. “According to the NCREIF Property Index (NPI), “the top-performing CRE sector right now is industrial.”  Comprised of warehouses, manufacturing facilities, refrigeration and storage assets, data… 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 »

Investors and Stakeholders Still Maintain and Strong Outlook for Long Island City


Long Island City’s commercial real estate market has seen its fair share of challenges. For years it has been flooded with luxury rental units, faced high office vacancy rates, few retailers and the very public tumult of the Amazon HQ2 deal collapse. But investors and stakeholders in the neighborhood still maintain a strong long-term outlook…. Read more »

Streaming TV Services Driving Demand for Sound Stages in Queens, Bronx and Brooklyn


Since their opening decades earlier, Kaufman and Silvercup Studios in Long Island City have proven the viability of NYC’s film and tv business. Now, with new streaming video players like Netflix, Showtime, Hulu Amazon and others creating original content, production crews are flocking to the Big Apple drawn by the area’s transportation options, large lot… Read more »

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