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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (January 26, 1994)

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1993 a hectic year for building owners. 1873
1994 co-op/condo market should be stronger. Corcoran, Barbara Column 371
ABO to broaden its focus on NY quality of life. Belson, Jerome Column 727
Activity to continue at faster pace in 1994. Martin, Robert Column 1031
As-of-right development approved without plans. Goetz, Peter Column 986
Asians bring back industrial market to NY. Zuckerbrot, Sanford Column 470
Availability declines in Fairfield, grows in Westchester. Column 963
Bankers told they can do well by doing good. 391
Bankers' headaches can be brokers' gains. Klatskin, Charles Column 735
Broker optimistic about '94 residential market. Interview 318
Brooklyn Navy yard a model for future conversions. Wiltshire, Albert C. Column 897
Building industry offers tips to Guiliani. Lee, R. Randy Column 1120
Building security on the minds of tenants & owners. Fluhr, Zachary C. Column 846
Bullish on market for first time in years. Corso, Robert P. Column 2045
City needs real estate and economic incentives. Kirby, Walter H. Column 758
Co-op/condo boards increase their activist role. Levine, Richard Column 536
Columbus Ave. blockfront sold. 312
Construction industry will rebound in 1994. Berger, C. Jaye Column 464
Corporate consolidations hamper Westchester recovery. 965
Dynamic Worldwide Properties names 2 to key posts. Biography 307
Fairfield experiences a relocation revival. Cabrera, Joseph A. Column 690
Foreign capital, entrepreneurs replacing institutions as source of financing in 94. Jaggard, Stephen H. Column 401
Full-service companies making a comeback. Fine, Timothy J. Company Profile 756
Gov't regulatory relief: too little, too late. Freund, Jack Column 1218
Has the tide turned for NY real estate? Gerard, Eric R. Column 720
High-tech/flex market will remain strong. Kessel, Jeffrey Column 618
How to turn around commercial real estate. Cocoziello, Peter Interview 1208
Insurance co. moves to Newport Tower. 544
Interest in large blocks leads Midtown recovery. Swerdlow, Steven A. Column 424
Interest rates bound to go up in 1994. Katz, Ric Column 429
Investment in real estate for elderly favorable. Berger, Albert I. Column 753
Investors will be cautious but flexible in new year. Dreifus, Kenneth S. Column 613
IREM takes aim at crime problem in city. Jones, Otis M. Column 419
It's Allied Renovation Corp. to the rescue! Alger, Derek Company Profile 951
Kuhn to represent MTA in Coliseum negotiations. Weiss, Lois 734
Lenders re-focus on financing office market. Green, Stephen L. Column 361
Managing for institutional owner on rise. Levy, Jeffrey Column 472
Market for environmentally flawed properties emerges. Weiss, Lois 2090
Midtown market tightening, but just a bit. Donohue, Richard W. Column 881
New Jersey retail road map altered. Meyerson, Milt Column 677
NJ office leasing stays consistent in 1993. Nugent, Jim Column 780
NY commercial market may see upswing in 1994. Georgitseas, George N. Column 512
NY earthquake code given jolt. Weiss, Lois 1690
NY needs world-class affordable rental housing. Klein, Ruben Column 1053
Oil company delivers more than just fuel. Romano, Louis Company Profile 547
Owners offering less generous concessions. Himmel, Leslie W. Column 538
Property mangers must meet challenges of upswing. Rogers, Philip B. Column 864
RE merchant banks lure new sources of capital. Rutter, Mitch Column 643
REBNY records vital victories in 1993. Spinola, Steven Column 914
Recovery poses serious challenges to office market. Lilien, Stuart M. Column 655
Recovery process to proceed in Big Apple. Siegel, Stephen B. Column 838
REIT market likely to slow down in 1994. O'Keefe, Patrick Column 1060
REITs may bring long-term stability to market. Column 1544
REMICs emerge as popular new capital source. 766
Renovation: the process is as important as the goal. DiCapua, Peter L. Column 485
Residential management companies adopt new approaches. Rudd, Frederick J. Company Profile 473
Residential market showed strength in 1993. Fox, Barbara Column 526
Retail market has a banner year in 1993. Fox, Benjamin Column 668
Retail market sees a turnaround in 1993. Consolo, Faith Hope Column 1260
Retailers stop singing the blues in 1993. Friedman, Edward A. Column 570
Retaining tenants a challenge to downtown owners. Malloy, Howard P. Column 483
Role of the property manger increasingly important. Friedman, Lewis Company Profile 650
Sales activity increases dramatically in '93. Latham, Scott R. Column 612
Supply and demand equation reaches equilibrium. Solomon, Maurice Column 780
Targeted communication: a key ingredient to success. Rubenstein, Howard J. Column 482
Tenant reps must deliver for cost-conscious corps. Dugan, Brian J. Column 628
The future of property management unfolds. Friedman, Warren Column 493
The recovery is real, not just crying wolf. Lerner, Arthur H. Column 812
The worst is over, but it's a long road back. Mendell, Jeffrey B. Column 554
This is the year for assessment reductions. Podell, Herbert S. Column 781
Trying times sometimes create unorthodox unions. Moskowitz, Eric Column 433
US owners must adjust to joint venture realities. Keltner, Thomas N., Jr. Column 788
Waterfront pavilion to rise along FDR drive. 387
What's the outlook for owner-operators? Malkin, Anthony E. Column 419
Who says housing market is in a slump? Malkin, Anthony E. Column 484

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