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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (January 27, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
1999 - the year of the operator. Himmel, Leslie Wohlman Industry Overview 704
1999 marks beginning of unique real estate cycle. Industry Overview 1457
A matter of safety. Bellet, Wayne 500
Advent of the millennium on minds of retailers and customers. Winick, Jeffrey 677
As usual, landlords foot bill while Pols reap the benefits. Campenni, Thomas F. 759
Better year for REITs predicted by Lehman Bros.' analyst. 485
Brisk activity expected to continue in Manhattan. O'Keefe, Ray Industry Overview 761
Business expansions help boost Fairfield office market. Industry Overview 1347
Cautious optimism to guide us in 1999. Freud, Marc J. Industry Overview 782
Coming year may yield surprises in NJ office market. Stein, Seena 806
Continued brisk leasing is seen in New Jersey markets. 378
Continuing healthy trends forecast for NJ. Schotz, Jeffrey Industry Overview 990
Corporate downsizings affect Westchester office market. 1276
CREW survey indicates increase in international business. 580
Design professionals and the Y2K problem. Mellon, Raymond T. 2082
Despite credit crunch, demand continues in 1999. Shulman, Orna L. 876
Downtown Brooklyn continues long, steady emergence. Hebron, Robert Industry Overview 982
Edelman PR expanding at Times Square Plaza. 556
Forecast for '99: hold your breath! Weiss, Lois Industry Overview 1417
Garage collapse under investigation. Weiss, Lois 1070
GDT diversifying Dynamap street database products. 423
Getting ready today to service the office of the future. Carroll, Robert J. 826
Giving customers the white glove treatment. 1645
Helping tenants to be nimble in 1999. Kucha, Tim 499
Improve your property now, while inflation is low. Rudd, Fred 548
Increasing value is prime function of a residential property manager. Kuperberg, David 699
Investing in retail condos. Posniak, Fred C. 559
Landauer predicts turbulenct but successful transition in '99. Industry Overview 1304
Leadership 101: what's needed for '99. Wheeler, Bradley 1053
Manhattan office markets tighten further in 1998. Harbert, Joseph R. Industry Overview 391
Market offers strong impetus for Class B investment. Green, Stephen Industry Overview 505
Midtown leasing well-positioned heading into 1999. Doyle, Frank Industry Overview 585
Negotiating retail leases for long-term value. Kurland, Susan 1190
New NYSE casts a glow on surrounding properties. Bendit, Charles 398
Niche marketing can fuel home mortgage business growth. Shanks, Gordon 631
No slackening of pace seen in Manhattan residential rentals. Packes, Nancy Industry Overview 1032
NYC townhouse market remained strong in '98. Garfield, Jed H. 661
Office market expected to remain strong in '99. Gosin, Barry Industry Overview 992
One of New York City's best kept investment secrets is The Bronx. Aidekman, Richard H. 487
Parking facilities are good place to make first impression. Grossman, Semone 590
Predictions for the mortgage industry in 1999. Industry Overview 1145
Real estate a good investment into next millennium. Kaye, Marilyn Harra 513
Real estate market may slow, but it will not stop. Goodman, Robert D. Industry Overview 678
Realtor assn. sponsors services for professionals. Del Greco, Nunzio 453
Rental market stays strong in '98; looks to make more gains this year. Heiberger, Andrew Industry Overview 591
Retail in 1999: better than ever! Consolo, Faith Hope Industry Overview 505
Retail still thriving, but there are curves ahead. Futterman, Robert K. Industry Overview 514
Safe lead removal tops owners' concerns. Strasburg, Joseph 968
Sahara sale imminent?: don't hold your breath. Maisel, Todd 1166
Slow and steady wins the race in Fairfield County. Tonnesson, Ed Industry Overview 736
Small trading floors needed. Weinstock, Thomas 473
SMPS: a marketing guide for the design, construction and real estate industries. Heckel, Steve 1039
The language of retail. Fox, Benjamin 537
The stock market stays, and New York wins. Spinola, Steven 806
Traditional lenders poised for return in wake of CMBS fallout. Kloper, Debbie 416

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