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15 Things You Need to Know This Morning

15 Things You Need to Know This Morning
Everything You Need To Know About Billionaire's Row

Manhattan is home to Billionaire’s Row, where the world’s wealthiest are dropping loads of cash on luxury units. We take a look at the row’s One57 project and others attracting attention from the mega rich and foreign buyers. 

 

15 OTHER THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS MORNING

Large Block Leasing Activity Surges in Q4
Cedar Realty Trust Pays $39M for East River Park Shopping Center
Meridian Group Agrees to Construct Full-Size Athletic Field in Tysons
American Commercial Real Estate Legends We Lost In 2015
As an ENERGY STAR® partner, Washington Gas saves Maryland businesses energy and money through rebates
Foreign Investors Rediscover DC's Strengths
Airbnb May be Distorting Multifamily Fundamentals
Title Issue May Impede Reston Town Center North Development
El Niño's Warm Weather Costing Retailers $500M
Limited Tickets! Carr Properties, StonebridgeCarras, Percontee, 1788 Holdings, Foulger-Pratt Talk Montgomery County Real Estate

NoMa BID Acquires 2-Acre Parcel Formerly Owned by Pepco
Colliers: Investors to Shift from Equity to Debt-Fueled Investment
Mixed-Use Development at 965 Florida Ave, NW to be Bigger Than Planned
Major Renovation, New Ground-Floor Retail Set for Bethesda Hotel
200-Unit Bethesda Development Switches From Condos to Rentals
 
 
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