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WHY THE INDUSTRIAL BOOM MIGHT BE OVER SOON

Investors Bullish On Workforce Housing While Retail Continues To Redefine Itself Also Maefield, Fortress Buying Out Witkoff And Partners At 20 Times Square In $1.5B Deal;JPMorgan Plans World's Largest Voluntary Demolition For New HQ, Despite Environmental Concerns;One-On-One With Nitin Motwani, Developer Of The Second-Biggest Mixed-Use Project In The U.S.;7 Buildings Living Their Best Second Lives;Why The Industrial Boom Might Be Over Soon ;What People Want From Co-Living Isn't What They're Getting;Dell Founder Was The Record-Setting Buyer Of One57's Penthouse Condo;NYC Developer George Kaufman Dies At 89 ;In Case You Missed It...;
FEBRUARY 22, 2018
NEW YORK

JPMORGAN'S MASSIVE NEW PARK AVENUE HQ EXPECTED TO KICK-START MIDTOWN COMEBACK

Commercial Real Estate Lawyers Have Embraced Artificial Intelligence. Here's Why It's A Good Thing Also PREIT Sells Office Condo Above Fashion District Philadelphia;JPMorgan Chase Is Building A Huge New HQ On Park Avenue;Game On: Commercial Brokerages Race To Dominate The Real Estate Tech Landscape;How One Woman's Construction Co-Op Could Solve The Labor Shortage Problem;Jetsons-Inspired Skyscraper Design Didn't Come From Viñoly, Viñoly Says;In Case You Missed It...;
FEBRUARY 21, 2018
NEW YORK

THIS WEEK'S N.Y. DEAL SHEET

This Week's N.Y. Deal Sheet Also Smart Tech Becoming Key To Attracting Renters;From Bullish To Bearish: Tips To Prepare For The Inevitable Real Estate Downturn;Beyond The Bio: Bisnow's 16 Questions With Developer Don Peebles;Naftali Group Close To Finishing Assemblage For UES Development;Kushner Cos. Sued By Times Square Food Hall Tenant Todd English;What Worries Blackstone and USAA About Industrial Real Estate?;City Council To Investigate de Blasio's Withdrawal Of Hallets Point Bond Funding;
FEBRUARY 20, 2018
NEW YORK

INVESTORS AREN'T WORRIED ABOUT RISKS FROM NATURAL DISASTERS, BUT THAT COULD PROVE COSTLY

Investors Still Aren't Worried About Risks From Natural Disasters, But That Could Prove Costly Also BisnowTV: Top Stories Heading Into The Week Of Feb. 19 - Presented By EisnerAmper;Hudson Yards' Next Buildings To Be Designed By Frank Gehry, Santiago Calatrava;The Trump Organization Is Suing A Saudi Prince For Unpaid Rent;
FEBRUARY 19, 2018
NEW YORK

IS BOUTIQUE FITNESS A SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION TO NYC'S RETAIL WOES?

Columbia Property Trust CEO and President Nelson Mills On The Changing Office Market Also Is Boutique Fitness A Sustainable Solution To NYC's Retail Woes?;You Know The Problem. Here Are 11 Solutions To Improve Diversity In Real Estate;The Key To E-Retailer Indochino's Explosive Growth The Past Three Years? Brick-And-Mortar;Prime Fifth Avenue Retail/Office Mixed-Use Goes On Sale;Central Bronx Rezoning To Build More Affordable Units On Car Repair-Heavy Strip Moves Ahead;Report: NYU Langone Nears Deal For Big Lease At Former Citigroup Complex;
FEBRUARY 15, 2018
NEW YORK

CHINESE CAPITAL CONTROLS WON'T BE RELAXED ANY TIME SOON

Real Estate Has A Communication Problem. Let's Talk About It Also Chinese Capital Controls Won't Be Relaxed Any Time Soon;Development Data Startup Charts Nationwide Expansion;Opportunity Zone Program Could Be A Boon For Developers In Distressed Communities;Caught Between A Robot And A Cool Place;HFZ Buys Upper East Side Building As Part Of Possible Assemblage;Kushner, LIVWRK And RFR Lease Space At Dumbo Heights Complex To Charter School;
FEBRUARY 14, 2018
NEW YORK

THIS WEEK'S N.Y. DEAL SHEET

Why CRE C-Suites Could Stay Almost All White For At Least Another Generation Also This Week's N.Y. Deal Sheet;
FEBRUARY 13, 2018
NEW YORK

7 TRENDS SET TO INFLUENCE THE FUTURE OF THE RETAIL SECTOR

Beyond Coastal Power Centers, Small Balance Loans Key For Financing U.S. Multifamily Also 7 Trends Set To Influence The Future Of The Retail Sector;Eastern Consolidated Tour: New Rochelle's Transit-Oriented Transformation ;Companies Are Paying Up To A 47% Premium To Occupy Space On These 10 Streets;International Investors Backed Away From Manhattan CRE Last Year;4 North American Cities Whose Olympic Bids Flamed Out;Blackstone Considers Buying Back Waldorf Astoria, Strategic Hotels From Anbang;Uber Adds Second NYC Headquarters In Midtown;
FEBRUARY 12, 2018
NEW YORK

NEW YORK SATURDAY MORNING DIGEST

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FEBRUARY 10, 2018
NEW YORK

BUILDING A BETTER INDUSTRY: CONSTRUCTION FIRMS INCREASING DIVERSITY

6 Ways Automated Parking Is Changing Automobile User Experience Also Building A Better Industry: Construction Firms Increasing Diversity;Nonprofit Gay Men's Health Crisis Takes 110K SF For New HQ In Garment District;432 Park Hits $2B in Condo Sales;From Gold To Sold: 5-Time U.S. Winter Olympic Medalist Begins Commercial Real Estate Career;NY/NJ Distribution Market Was The World's Best For Rent Growth In 2017;HNA Wants To Shed $4B Worth Of U.S. Properties, Including $2.2B 245 Park;In Case You Missed It...;
FEBRUARY 08, 2018
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