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June 11, 2021

CBRE Tri-State CEO Mary Ann Tighe Goes Behind The Scenes Of New York City's Office Market

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CBRE Tri-State CEO Mary Ann Tighe Goes Behind The Scenes Of New York City's Office Market

The New York City office market has been paralyzed by uncertainty for over a year, but the fog is beginning to lift, CBRE Tri-State CEO Mary Ann Tighe says.Sublease space listings are starting to slow down, tours are happening and deals are getting signed, with some big-name companies…

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During the first Real Estate Board of New York banquet since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the industry, as well as the governor, attorney general and Senate majority leader, reflected on the impact of the health crisis on real estate and New York City. …

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Inside Former NFL First-Round Pick Gosder Cherilus' Uphill Climb Into Commercial Real Estate

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Breaking into Boston’s tight-knit commercial real estate community is a tall task, even for a local football hero.

Retired NFL offensive lineman Gosder Cherilus may be best known for his role on Boston College’s breakout 2007 team, when the 6-foot-7, then-316-pound tackle blocked for star quarterback Matt Ryan. He named his first development company Eagle Development Partners as a…

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