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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (June 22, 1994)

1-88 out of 88 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
1994 to be a period of sustained growth. Schumann, Ira 925
1994: is it the beginning of a new upswing? Georgitseas, George N. 705
381 Park nears full occupancy. 141
A real recovery, but fragile in some sectors. Spielman, Charles H. 842
After five years, condo market comes back. Zeckendorf, William L. 953
Are mortgage securities riding for a fall? 419
Art of negotiating modern lease discussed. 399
Broadway is back, and it's better than ever. Simon, Alan M. 421
Brooklyn co-op rescued; auction set for June 26. 199
CAI-NJ wins award. 198
Capital markets: a light at the end of the tunnel. 509
CDC properties 100 percent leased. 217
City officials outline plans at REBNY breakfast. 357
Co-op subletting: the time to review is now. Rosenberg, Lindsay J. 1268
Columbia University to market GE building with Mendik, Soros. Weiss, Lois 430
Commercial market still uncertain despite rebound. Kessler, Alan T. 341
Commercial markets show signs of vitality. Mosler, Bruce E. 340
Commercial sales reach pinnacle in New Jersey. Gelmetti, Richard 678
Corporations see upside in affordable housing investment. Fried, J. Michael 392
Deja vu all over again. Durst, Seymour B. 442
DEP Commissioner stresses conservation. Weiss, Lois 948
Deputy Mayor addresses residential brokers. 195
Diverse companies will dominate industry's future. 597
East Side townhouse market improves dramatically. Knakal, Robert A. 721
EastRidge wins BOMA buildings award. 288
Eichner thinks time share. Weiss, Lois 2004
Equilibrium reached in Manhattan markets. Donohue, Richard 673
Equitable in hotel venture. 343
Equitable selects Newmark for consolidation. Weiss, Lois 354
Expect hotel prices to keep going up, C&L says. Arasi, Thomas 616
Fifth Ave. condo goes for $5M. 191
Harlem prospers during tough times. Interview 425
Housing Court: and justice for all? Doyle, Jacqueline 1306
Improved market signals caution once again. Ensler, Stefan H. 543
Improvements keyed by pro-growth administration. Strasburg, Joseph 665
In Midtown, the best is still yet to come. Siegel, Stephen B. 566
In real estate, it's one strike and you're out. Riguardi, Edward 758
Industry gains in Albany; hotel tax repealed; REIT tax reduced. Weiss, Lois 682
IREM unveils safety management program. Roachell, Beverly A. 660
IREM/Brooker scholarship awarded to Amanda Lowe. 228
Long Island posts some real estate gains. D'Angelo, Dominic R. 620
Maintaining a balance between large & small users. Alterman, Gary 521
Managers react to fraud indictments. Weiss, Lois 928
Managing for financial institutions a difficult art. Berley, David 634
Marcus & Millichap completes planning for law firm's South American office. 235
New corporate views demand more from service providers. Panzer, Scott M. 650
New Spectrum arranges PB&B lease. 87
New York Mercantile Exchange extends lease at Trade Center. 100
Newest REITs represent all property types. Leardo, Patrick R. 461
Non-profitable business is dilemma for receiver. Schiff, Edward L. 809
Now is the time for cautious optimism. Martino, Michael J. 589
Opportunities, pitfalls abound in recovering market. Zetlin, Michael S. 567
Owner-occupied industrial and warehouse properties are hot. Interview 542
Owners changing attitudes on value added management. Green, Stephen 465
Owners must commit to constant improvements. North, Daniel E. 694
Prada to open flagship store. 113
Preventive maintenance key to building's health. Saunders, Andrew 422
Pro-active approach to shaping the city needed. Anderson, Richard T. 661
Property managers consolidate for efficiency. Brecher, Oskar 418
Relocation: keeping it from becoming full-time job. Wansor, Laurence 950
Rents up, concessions down. Malkin, Anthony E. 267
Residential market gains. Ambrose, Joan 311
Revision of DIV model considered a good sign. Rubin, Joseph B. 466
Rockefeller Center sees favorable conditions. Stein, Alan L. 333
Safety and security challenges for the Nineties. De Siena, Robert 502
Seaman expands through affiliation with Rosen. 539
Shopping in the Euro-Borough: the retail face of Manhattan. Consolo, Faith Hope 1074
Small tenants spur Westchester; Fairfield rebound near complete. Siegel, Michael 485
Sobering abandonment data cries out for action. Keenan, Carol 550
Sometimes, nice guys finish first. Gerard, Eric R. Biography 1393
State assistance keys leasing efforts at Greenwich-American. 476
Studley NJ office opens. 350
Superstores transform Manhattan retail market. Friedman, Edward A. 545
Tenant reps working for tough new bosses. Dugan, Brian J. 620
Tenant retention is key to marketing today. Lessing, Dan 579
The good and the bad news on the recovery. Lilien, Stuart 280
The renaissance of Midtown South continues. Falk, David 557
Time for some investors to step into the ring. Ghiarello, Frank T. 315
Tisch donates $1M to UJA's AIDS initiative. 244
Tishman honored for Foley Square affirmative action. 423
TMP acquires half of Chavin Lambert. 154
Transfer tax reforms promise a stronger market. Spinola, Steven 1084
Vacancy rates continue to decline in NJ. Eisen, Donald P. 533
Viacom takes nine floors. 175
White Plains: the gateway to Westchester. Austin, Carl 392
WMF refinances 40th St. property. 205
Workers Compensation safety group cuts premiums. Belson, Jerome 450
Zoning does not affect marketability, court rules. Goetz, Peter 498

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