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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (January 27, 1993)

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'93 may be year for legislative strides. Rudin, William C. 647
1992: confidence emerges from rubble. Fitzgerald, Therese 1243
1993 could be the year for change. Gilbert, John J., III 994
1993 to be a turning point for real estate. Knakal, Robert A. 743
1993: the year of the neighborhood. Guerrieri, Dexter 619
90's enjoy renewed focus on professional management. Rosenberg, Allan D. 547
A review of '92 and wish list for '93. Schwartz-Sidrane, Karen 829
Absorption outstripping added space. Cohen, William G. 572
Activity at Gateway. 334
Affordable housing: a look at the numbers. Klein, Ruben 683
Apartment complex sold in Yonkers. 107
AREW coming back with new programs. Early, Alice C. 612
As tenants tighten belts, RE must give more. Ugiss, Carolyn 548
Broker/technicians now the norm. Jakness, Ted 311
Buyer's market may soon come to end. Simon, Stanley 452
C&W arranges $10.3M for LI shopping center. 84
Citicorp selling stake in Plaza? Weiss, Lois 341
Closing the bid-ask gap. Latham, Scott R. 448
Competition the bottom line. Molloy, Howard P. 440
Computer firm signs 25,000 sf lease in NJ. 317
Condo for non-profits to announce buyers. Weiss, Lois 165
Consumer confidence gaining momentum. Resnick, Burton P. 277
Contractor group plans legal action against NYS. 345
Corporations increase use of executive suites. McWhorter, John V. 601
Could supply be decreasing? Van Houten, Richard, Jr. 293
December co-op/condo prices level off. 578
Despite some light, dark days to continue. Goldenberg, Charles L. 666
Economic development: what's ahead for '93. Kukan, Stephen J. 268
End to the free-fall in sight. Gurla, Aaron 269
Exclusive agent in Yonkers. 134
Exclusive agent. 98
Experienced prosper. Cali, Brant 498
Foreign buyers make subtle shifts. Green, Stephen L. 417
Forest Hills condo ends year 75% sold. 158
Galbreath Riverbank named at Plaza 57. 257
GW Michaels merges with Newmark RE. Weiss, Lois 186
Hi-tech business parks in NJ remain active. 415
IBM renews. 113
Improvements in city helping real estate. North, Daniel E. 1027
In 4th quarter, vacancies decrease on Long Island. 234
Investment strategies for European equity sources. Rosenberg, Wilhelm A. 585
Lack of construction draws spotlight in '93. Eisen, Donald P. 234
Lead: problem or panic? 6412
Lease management systems: corporate trend. Colacino, Michael 844
Leasing: partnership between building, tenant. Ricker, Peter E. 421
Legal issues that will help the 90's. LePatner, Barry 669
Lehrer McGovern donates services for $1 in CA. 265
Let's increase the value of New York City. Greenbaum, David R. 635
Look abroad for opportunity. Frankel, James P. 593
Making 1993 a year for investment. Coletti, Louis J. 733
Manhattan retail enjoys year of activity. 519
Market taking steps in right direction. Spinola, Steven 1025
Marketing 'dead' building space. Zaremba, Gary 680
Meeting real estate needs as the world turns. Roos, Andrew 497
Meeting the challenges of changing times. Irlander, Ben 803
Midtown leasing on the rise. Lerner, Arthur 239
New hazards in commercial leasing. Wikler, Irwin I. 678
New optimism emerges in NY office market. Vanderslice, Jim 444
New year, new regime, new optimism. Ring, Frank 363
Office shift to suburbs continues. Ziatyk, Michael J. 577
Office space price climbs in December. 367
Opening the window of opportunity. Berman, Myron J. 572
Opportunity to emerge from new club stores. Carlisle, Ray 334
Overall, Manhattan leasing up in 1992. Siegel, Stephen B. 285
Partnering: new approach to project relationships. Sheppard, Charles W. 717
Patience paves way to recovery. van Voorhees, Roger 661
Perceived bottom leads to sales rush. Mahr, Ronald 520
Positive ideas to help change the times. Himmel, Leslie 712
Positive signs exist for buyers. Cohen, Robin J. 652
Proactive approach key to property improvements. Sanders, Arthur D. 429
Property management to see modest expansion. Brecher, Oskar 422
Property managers adjust to market changes. DiRuggiero, Ralph J. 442
Prospects positive for liquidity in capital markets. Kikalari, Gary Q. 681
Public and private join for economy. Rostenberg, John H. 429
Publicists join forces. Biography 289
Queens West moves forward. Weiss, Lois 1639
RE can lead NYC out of the recession. Belson, Jerome 695
RE market readjustment to begin in '93. Von Ancken, Robert 448
RE may lag in recovery. Kessler, Alan T. 373
Renewals and expansions. 229
Residential report shows stabilizing prices. Rogers, Alan J. 656
Residential roundup and predictions for '93. Marra, Peter R. 800
Robert T. Van Horne. 116
Sale at 420 5th Ave. 263
Scarcity of funds for small properties threatens NY. Shapiro, Donald L. 559
Signs of awakening economy evident. Stein, Alan L. 571
Smart money headed for the cities. Barnes, Martin 687
Some good news, some bad. Bernstein, Asher 358
Some tragic disasters aren't acts of God. Zackson, Brad 701
Steady recovery projected for New Jersey commercial. Orrico, John 526
Surge in development in Boroughs ... really. Muss, Joshua L. 432
Surplus space must be absorbed. Spielman, Charles H. 803
Survey predicts rise in construction volume. 365
Telecommuters will require new housing needs. Katz, Ric 446
The changing face of corporate America. Mosler, Bruce 467
The light at the end of the tunnel. Friedman, Edward A. 583
Tips to trim costs in office design. Simon, Jeffrey H. 574
Tishman completes new underground wing. 386
Turnaround imminent in Westchester, Fairfield. Siegel, Michael H. 452
Two key issues face residential owners. Rudd, Mark 440
Walter & Samuels named. 154
What is CIRA and what does it mean for co-ops? Gold, Marvin 587
Will 1993 finally bring recovery. Swerdlow, Steven A. 372
William J. Morley. Biography 107
Zund Realty reports leases. 178

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