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Lois Weiss, Bisnow contributor
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LOIS WEISS: Leave Retail Mix To The Free Market

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Garment District Rezoning Delayed Over Fashion Industry Concerns
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Garment District Rezoning Delayed Over Fashion Industry Concerns

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Asian Trust Buys Hell's Kitchen DoubleTree For Over $100M
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Asian Trust Buys Hell's Kitchen DoubleTree For Over $100M

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685 Third Ave. in Midtown Manhattan
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Japanese Firm Could Buy 685 Third Ave. For $450M

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375 Hudson St. in Hudson Square, Manhattan
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Trinity Church Buys Hudson Square Office Building From Tishman Speyer

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NYU Langone Plans $84M Outpatient Surgery Center In Brooklyn
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NYU Langone Plans $84M Outpatient Surgery Center In Brooklyn

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New York 09.14.2017

The Bronx State of the Market

Daren Hornig
— Hornig Capital Partners —
Keith Rubenstein
— Somerset Partners —
Tom Farrell
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Jared Kushner
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Kushner Cos. Hit With Lawsuit Over Skirting Rent Control Regulations

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Industry City at Bush Terminal
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This Week's N.Y. Deal Sheet

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Key Considerations For Determining The Appropriate Security Deposit And GGG

Key Considerations For Determining The Appropriate Security Deposit And GGG

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Experts Believe That Manhattan's Office Market Could Be A Game Of Musical Chairs

Experts Believe That Manhattan's Office Market Could Be A Game Of Musical Chairs

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New York's Investment Market Had A Very Slow First Half
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New York's Investment Market Had A Very Slow First Half

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Terra Capital Partners' Dan Hartman, Wonder Works Construction's Eric Brody and Silverback Development's Amy Pearl
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Developers Dish On The 2 Banks Doing The Most Construction Deals In New York

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NYC skyline

Predictive Analytics And Automation Are Saving CRE Owners Money And Labor

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BisnowTV: Top Stories Heading Into The Week Of Aug. 21 - Presented By EisnerAmper

BisnowTV: Top Stories Heading Into The Week Of Aug. 21 - Presented By EisnerAmper

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Office of the future

Mundane Offices Can Reactivate By Adopting 'Space As A Service' Model

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16 Things You Need to Know This Morning
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16 Things You Need to Know This Morning

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325 Kent sloped terraces

325 Kent Sets New Architectural Precedents In South Williamsburg

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Hot And Cold: How Building Owners Manage Changing Energy Costs Caused By Unpredictable Weather

Hot And Cold: How Building Owners Manage Changing Energy Costs Caused By Unpredictable Weather

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16 Things You Need to Know This Morning
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16 Things You Need to Know This Morning

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Thor Equities Puts Retail Condo Near Wall Street On The Market
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Thor Equities Puts Retail Condo Near Wall Street On The Market

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City Plans To Buy Brooklyn Horse Stables Next To Upcoming Development
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City Plans To Buy Brooklyn Horse Stables Next To Upcoming Development

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Better Job Growth Has Fueled A Revitalized Office Market So Far In 2017
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Better Job Growth Has Fueled A Revitalized Office Market So Far In 2017

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25 Pierrepont, an apartment building in Brooklyn Heights
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Murray's Cheese Founder Buys 2 Brooklyn Heights Apartment Buildings

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How WeWork Brings Value To A Landlord’s Property

How WeWork Brings Value To A Landlord’s Property

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Brooklyn Brokerage Leadership Shakeup Leaves Firm With Eyes On Manhattan
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Brooklyn Brokerage Leadership Shakeup Leaves Firm With Eyes On Manhattan

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CIM Group Pays SL Green $171M For Brooklyn Office Building
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CIM Group Pays SL Green $171M For Brooklyn Office Building

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New York State Sells Staten Island Prison For Film, TV Sound Stage Conversion
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New York State Sells Staten Island Prison For Film, TV Sound Stage Conversion

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1633 Broadway in Midtown Manhattan, also known as Paramount Plaza
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This Week's N.Y. Deal Sheet

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City Council Committee Approves Massive Mixed-Income Housing Project In East Harlem
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City Council Committee Approves Massive Mixed-Income Housing Project In East Harlem

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The Eugene on a sunny day
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Manhattan's Multifamily Supply Glut Has Dampened Its Busiest Month

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