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More Turbulence Expected for NYC’s Real Estate Market in 2023


After a less than stellar 2022 for the New York City real estate market, the new year isn’t expected to bring much relief for landlords. An economic slowdown, rising interest rates and remote work will continue to weaken office leasing and are expected to cause the value of real estate sales to drop 15.9 percent… Read more »

Chicago ramen restaurant Urbanbelly coming to new Williamsburg Market


Chicago-based Cornerstone Restaurant Group, best known for Michael Jordan’s Steak Houses, is set to bring its beloved ramen restaurant Urbanbelly to Williamsburg next month. The new restaurant — an expansion for Urbanbelly, at home in Wicker Park — will be located in the new Williamsburg Market, coming soon to 103 N. Third Street. The Kings… Read more »

Commercial Real Estate Is Slowing Down in Q3 2022


After the strong rebound for the U.S. economy in 2021, growth in 2022 has slowed in the face of rising inflation, the household income squeeze, and geopolitical events. While the economy continues to deal with elevated inflation, data shows a slowdown in the growth of commercial real estate. Demand for apartments and office spaces is… Read more »

Finding Good News in NYC Commercial Real Estate


by Neil A. Dolgin After a strong economic rebound for commercial real estate in 2021, data from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) indicates a slowdown in the growth of commercial real estate in 2022 resulting from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, rising inflation, higher interest rates, and geopolitical events that have caused a… Read more »

The Commercial Real Estate Market: Crash, Train Wreck, Or Apocalypse?


Dire warnings about commercial real estate appear almost daily these days. While office markets are stressed due to increased working from home, some real estate professionals see an increasingly bifurcated market, divided “into haves and have-nots.” Investors, renters, and cities—especially those with older, declining buildings— will need to pay close attention in the coming months… Read more »

Five Commercial Real Estate Trends to Watch in the Wake of COVID-19


It’s been a whirlwind 20 months for commercial real estate (CRE), which, like so many other areas, was hit particularly hard by COVID-19. According to a recent report, the pandemic created the worst recession the office sector has ever faced — leaving property owners to seek out new ways to entice tenants, navigate changing lease… 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 »

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