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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (January 31, 1996)

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1995 was a very good year for U.S. hotels. 518
1996: a very new year for Westchester market. Greenberg, Howard E. 861
A stopped check does not invalidate sale contract. Schiff, Edward L. 745
Bottom stir sparks market. Weiss, Lois 2477
Bruce Mosler will receive Modell Humanitarian Award. 479
Building Congress selects new chairman. 530
Businesses and retailers flock to Ave. of the Americas. Posniak, Fred C. 479
Challenging year ahead for investors and developers. Rutter, Mitchell B. 664
Chances of real estate tax relief remains strong. 1080
City sends positive message. 512
Construction industry makes gains in '95. Uribe, Charles 692
Corporate parks focus on tenant retention. Bixon, Caryl 946
Credit tenants look toward alternative markets. Paragano, Larry, Jr. 827
Development industry responding to the times with 'fat-free' products. Gilpatric, Peter 648
Eastern brokers sale of 250 Park South. Weiss, Lois 836
Entertainment destination centers emerging. Fox, Benjamin 700
For William B. May Co., 1995 was a record year. 1319
Government incentives may make a big difference. Meiskin, James 455
It's fun to be a broker again! Michaels, Howard L. 958
Level playing field begins to emerge at DHCR. Belkin, Sherwin 1141
Long-term planning important for residential property. Kuperberg, David 809
Manhattan building sales market resurgence continues. Massey, Paul J., Jr. 515
Manhattan companies look to NJ for cost-savings. Lessing, Dan 537
Manhattan realty '95: the go-go, slow-go & no-go. Siegel, Stephen B. 744
Manhattan retailers largely escape retail woes. Friedman, Edward A. 636
Many diverse factors influence industry in '96. Campenni, Thomas F. 633
Market enters '96 buoyed by attractive development. Shapiro, Robert S. 471
Market equilibrium is opportunity for creative brokers. Riguardi, Peter 502
Mixed signals define the '95 market. Horowitz, Daniel 1098
More can be done through public/private partnerships. Levine, Jeff 807
New construction and development industry emerges. Fisher, Steven 923
New construction making a comeback in '96. Singleton, Kevin P. 703
New horizons for 1996. Himmel, Leslie W. 825
New provisions in Real Property Law reviewed. Braverman, Edward T. 614
NJ office rents climb two percent in '95. 525
Non-primary residence blues. Belkin, Sherwin 722
NYC office market should be better in '96. Mosler, Bruce 481
One hundred years of building and serving NY. Spinola, Steven 543
Opportunity out of uncertainty in mortgage market. Stumpf, David X. 1334
Optimism remains in Westchester/Fairfield market. Rostenberg, John H. 822
Paying attention in today's office market. Bocchi, Arthur L. 543
Recycling industry witnesses enormous change. Vitale, John 636
Relocation advantages in the greater boroughs. Seaman, Marjorie D. 1098
Renovated strip shopping centers compete in retail market. Felix, Steve 816
Retail leasing in '95 was good; '96 will be better. Consolo, Faith Hope 583
Signs of an improving market in Westchester. Grossman, Michael 756
SIOR forecasts continued improvement NY industrial markets. 661
Surge in Delaware Valley retail building continues. 677
Taking the long view on rent regulation reform. Strasburg, Joseph 834
Technology drives far-reaching change in global real estate. 626
Tenants could get tax refund. 809
The anatomy of a downtown office-to-residential conversion. Kaufman, Eric J. 964
The re-emergence of the big blocks. Rubens, Jesse 1513
The Realtor trademark: a professional edge. Del Greco, Nunzio 721
The shape of commercial office leasing in '96. Wysong, Arlene 1204
ULI sponsors NJ waterfront development outlook. 556
Unlikely retail areas - a success in progress. Brimlow, David T. 749
Westchester continues steady road to recovery. O'Boyle, Maureen 761
Westchester-Putnam residential market sees another solid year. 896
Yes, you can fight City Hall ... and win! Podell, Herb 669

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