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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (June 30, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
ARCHIBUS offers strategic master planning software. 425
Business is brisk in the residential realm. Tannen, Emily 534
City in desperate need of a master plan. Paprin, Maurice 957
Consolidation sweeping the real estate industry. Anderson, Jerry D. 731
Council law to ban dry sanding/scraping. 805
Developer discusses the senior housing market at NYARM event. 583
Durst opens Conde Nast Building at 4 Times square. 456
Grand Central District is becoming hip! Fox, Benjamin 665
Keeping your edge in a competitive market. Weiss, Lois 2653
Leading a new vision of entertainment-enhanced retail. 765
New luxury rental building premiers in Downtown Manhattan. 408
New Penn Station will offer economic growth, better transportation and renewed civic pride. Anderson, Richard T. 746
New York and Boston are vibrant residential markets. Freud, Marc J. 1520
New York sees a resurgence of the neighborhoods. Himmel, Leslie Wohlman 821
New York State moves towards brownfields initiative. Bruder, Ronald B. 476
NYC is once again the Capital of the World. Consolo, Faith Hope 692
Outer borough buildings and land gaining value. Ritter, John G.J. 595
Outer borough growth fueled by small deals. 1264
REITs at a critical crossroads in their life cycle. 578
Swig Burris Equities begins conversion at 48 Wall St. 421
Technology firms fueling brisk activity throughout Manhattan. O'Keefe, Ray 466
Tenants must adapt to market changes. Kucha, Tim 607
The time has arrived for Westchester County. Newman, Jeffrey H. 709
Tips on renting or leasing spectacular signage. Cornelio, James P. 1389
Tri-state retail market outlook remains good. Anderson, Jerry D. 532
West Village development boom draws buyers. Gerringer, Andrew 650
Year-to-date absorption shows positive signs. 1197

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