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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (January 28, 1998)

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Title Author Type Words
A year of growth and prosperity is underway. Spinola, Steven 511
A year of historic reform in rent regulations. Strasburg, Joseph 820
Adaptive re-use comes full swing in New Jersey. Eisen, Donald P. 706
Another solid year for the Fairfield County office market. 847
Architectural trends in retail design. Markowitz, Michael 867
Association Center is a model for the future. Silverstein, Roger A. 420
Attorneys under attack over three-day notices. Weiss, Lois 2451
Building owners look to rooftops for hidden profits. Paleski, John 680
Change in the air for Manhattan's Garment District. Winoker, David 340
Computerized water and heat controls to become standard. Pindus, Gerald 770
Consumer-based marketing strategies in real estate. Silverman, Freddi 763
Demand for luxury homes will continue in '98. Corcoran, Barbara 744
Demographics driving demand in senior living industry. McNulty, Daniel J. 745
Does Bell Atlantic have REIT stuff? Weiss, Lois 947
Eighth Avenue emerges as new retail frontier. Zelnik, Cory 555
Future of senior housing maturing at a fast rate. Levine, Jeffrey E. 607
Hopefully, private property owners will see justice in '98. Lee, R. Randy 652
How high is up? Barta, Jerry L. 639
Investing in neighborhoods at risk. Migdol, Gerald S. 558
It seems capital has learned nothing from past. Gleitman, Marc 333
Large space users chasing Downtown landlords for deals. Kucha, Timothy 452
Luxury decontrol cycle begins. Belkin, Sherwin 561
Manhattan building sales see 15 percent appreciation. Massey, Paul J., Jr. 598
Manhattan residential market 30 percent ahead of '80s peak. 479
Market '98: as good as it gets. Weiss, Lois 2471
Markets indicate year of continued growth. Freud, Marc J. 667
Midtown building offers a golden opportunity. 618
Need for new space becoming clearer. Riguardi, Peter 524
New Jersey waterfront an attractive alternative. Scimone, Joseph V. 506
New Jersey's retail markets remain hot. Schultz, Jonathan B. 350
New real estate wrinkle. Capra, Philip M. 434
New York City needs true middle-income housing. Sochet, Marvin 860
New York metro area is primed for growth. Forys, Paula 1110
NJ developers question proposed land use legislation. Marano, Vincent 421
NJ office market ends year on a high note. Bermingham, Thomas V. 395
Non-profits face unique leasing challenges. Lebenstein, David 790
NYC shifts from recovery to renaissance. Freedman, Robert L. 724
Office upswing very sweet for owners and investors. Shulman, Orna L. 661
One-stop financial shop is predicted for the industry. Landau, Michael 494
Opportunities for private owners in today's market. Denholz, Steven J. 590
Outlook bright for stable economy, business growth. Del Greco, Nunzio 468
Prosperity endures in NY despite Pacific Rim woes. Rowden, Wendy 1162
Purchase of unsold co-op shares shifting emphasis. Hewitt, Susan 448
Queens co-op market revitalized. Hamburger, Mona 440
Real estate market in the hands of the economy. Gosin, Barry 448
Residential owners should focus on capital improvements. Della Cava, Ralph 705
Retail in 1998 will be battle of the giants. Consolo, Faith Hope 973
Retailers swarming to outer boroughs. Zuckerbrot, Franklin 493
Strategic player takes New York market by storm. 1325
Strong impetus for Class B investments. Green, Stephen 504
Strong retail demand should continue in 1998. Fox, Benjamin 953
Technology is key to today's leasing needs. Hornig, Daren 520
The changing role of third-party real estate firms. Brown, Franklin E. 848
The future of banking in '98. Pescatello, Paul 1151
The need for speed in today's developments. Ippolito, Deborah J. 860
The role of lenders in the real estate industry. Wolfer, Jeffrey 731
The sky's the limit. Himmel, Leslie Wohlman 541
The time is now to negotiate your new lease. Cabrera, Joseph 348
The time is right to refinance. Stumpf, David X. 901
Understanding capital markets crucial to recovery. McGurk, John D. 445
Vitality of NY market will continue in '98. O'Keefe, Raymond T. 713
We need to blunt the teeth of the shark. Klein, Ruben 813
Westchester office market finishes year on positive note. 998
Westchester office market is firming up. 511
What happened to the small management firm? Brimlow, David 960

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