|1993 a hectic year for building owners.
|1994 co-op/condo market should be stronger.
|ABO to broaden its focus on NY quality of life.
|Activity to continue at faster pace in 1994.
|As-of-right development approved without plans.
|Asians bring back industrial market to NY.
|Availability declines in Fairfield, grows in Westchester.
|Bankers told they can do well by doing good.
|Bankers' headaches can be brokers' gains.
|Broker optimistic about '94 residential market.
|Brooklyn Navy yard a model for future conversions.
||Wiltshire, Albert C.
|Building industry offers tips to Guiliani.
||Lee, R. Randy
|Building security on the minds of tenants & owners.
||Fluhr, Zachary C.
|Bullish on market for first time in years.
||Corso, Robert P.
|City needs real estate and economic incentives.
||Kirby, Walter H.
|Co-op/condo boards increase their activist role.
|Columbus Ave. blockfront sold.
|Construction industry will rebound in 1994.
||Berger, C. Jaye
|Corporate consolidations hamper Westchester recovery.
|Dynamic Worldwide Properties names 2 to key posts.
|Fairfield experiences a relocation revival.
||Cabrera, Joseph A.
|Foreign capital, entrepreneurs replacing institutions as source of financing in 94.
||Jaggard, Stephen H.
|Full-service companies making a comeback.
||Fine, Timothy J.
|Gov't regulatory relief: too little, too late.
|Has the tide turned for NY real estate?
||Gerard, Eric R.
|High-tech/flex market will remain strong.
|How to turn around commercial real estate.
|Insurance co. moves to Newport Tower.
|Interest in large blocks leads Midtown recovery.
||Swerdlow, Steven A.
|Interest rates bound to go up in 1994.
|Investment in real estate for elderly favorable.
||Berger, Albert I.
|Investors will be cautious but flexible in new year.
||Dreifus, Kenneth S.
|IREM takes aim at crime problem in city.
||Jones, Otis M.
|It's Allied Renovation Corp. to the rescue!
|Kuhn to represent MTA in Coliseum negotiations.
|Lenders re-focus on financing office market.
||Green, Stephen L.
|Managing for institutional owner on rise.
|Market for environmentally flawed properties emerges.
|Midtown market tightening, but just a bit.
||Donohue, Richard W.
|New Jersey retail road map altered.
|NJ office leasing stays consistent in 1993.
|NY commercial market may see upswing in 1994.
||Georgitseas, George N.
|NY earthquake code given jolt.
|NY needs world-class affordable rental housing.
|Oil company delivers more than just fuel.
|Owners offering less generous concessions.
||Himmel, Leslie W.
|Property mangers must meet challenges of upswing.
||Rogers, Philip B.
|RE merchant banks lure new sources of capital.
|REBNY records vital victories in 1993.
|Recovery poses serious challenges to office market.
||Lilien, Stuart M.
|Recovery process to proceed in Big Apple.
||Siegel, Stephen B.
|REIT market likely to slow down in 1994.
|REITs may bring long-term stability to market.
|REMICs emerge as popular new capital source.
|Renovation: the process is as important as the goal.
||DiCapua, Peter L.
|Residential management companies adopt new approaches.
||Rudd, Frederick J.
|Residential market showed strength in 1993.
|Retail market has a banner year in 1993.
|Retail market sees a turnaround in 1993.
||Consolo, Faith Hope
|Retailers stop singing the blues in 1993.
||Friedman, Edward A.
|Retaining tenants a challenge to downtown owners.
||Malloy, Howard P.
|Role of the property manger increasingly important.
|Sales activity increases dramatically in '93.
||Latham, Scott R.
|Supply and demand equation reaches equilibrium.
|Targeted communication: a key ingredient to success.
||Rubenstein, Howard J.
|Tenant reps must deliver for cost-conscious corps.
||Dugan, Brian J.
|The future of property management unfolds.
|The recovery is real, not just crying wolf.
||Lerner, Arthur H.
|The worst is over, but it's a long road back.
||Mendell, Jeffrey B.
|This is the year for assessment reductions.
||Podell, Herbert S.
|Trying times sometimes create unorthodox unions.
|US owners must adjust to joint venture realities.
||Keltner, Thomas N., Jr.
|Waterfront pavilion to rise along FDR drive.
|What's the outlook for owner-operators?
||Malkin, Anthony E.
|Who says housing market is in a slump?
||Malkin, Anthony E.