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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (March 27, 2002)

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150,000-SF office building at 609 Fifth Ave. sold for $65M. Brief Article 437
Advance Realty Group given planning award. (New Jersey). 133
Allied Property Group. (Sales). Brief Article 106
Around the town: Events seminars meetings talks. 2843
Bar Building adds Steinway piano to lobby. Brief Article 291
Barry D. Mayer. (Management Personnel). Brief Article 84
Building a better future. (Profile of the Week). Chapman, Parke Brief Article 513
Can industry repair image? Chapman, Parke Brief Article 429
City eyeing tax reform after assessor scandal: Bill would allow city to recoup tax loss. Chapman, Parke Brief Article 882
Co-op City considering privatization. Keith, Natalie Brief Article 587
Cranwell Resort almost complete. Brief Article 520
CREW kicks off "headliner series". (Transcripts). 544
Developers can recoup rehabilitation costs with tax credit. Katz, Ron Brief Article 713
Developers may be able to take advantage of new tax law. Brief Article 234
Down market creates unique opportunities for investors. Bali, Elif 934
Downtown projects approved in Fairlawn. (New Jersey). Brief Article 381
Dunwell picked for 56th St. project. Brief Article 296
Eastern Consolidated Properties completes three retail transactions in Manhattan. (Retail New York). Brief Article 469
Economy showing signs of recovery. Bagnoli, Vincent J., Jr. Brief Article 439
Empire State Building sold. Chapman, Parke Brief Article 148
Engineering firms merge. Brief Article 372
Environmental insurance becoming common among lenders. Brief Article 217
Federation of N.Y. Housing cancels April 7 tradeshow: Will hold series of seminars instead. 203
Franklin Zuckerbrot honored March. (Transcripts). Brief Article 191
GoLoan reports 82 percent jump over 2001. (Technology). Brief Article 520
Hotel report details how to avoid development pitfalls. Brief Article 300
Hotel still coping with 9/11 fallout. Mann, Barry S. Brief Article 591
Housing prices flatten in Chelsea neighborhood. (Real Estate). Brief Article 501
IRS changes impact fees rule for developers. Brief Article 294
Jon Glickman, Steve Maloy and Jason Cohen. (Management Personnel). Brief Article 576
Jones Lang LaSalle debt rating upgraded by Moody's Investors. Brief Article 197
Lodging market ends 2001 on a strong note. McConnell, Tom Brief Article 805
Mack-Cali Realty announces broker awards. (New Jersey). Brief Article 276
Marcus & Millichap signs up with CoStar. (Technology). Brief Article 227
Matzel & Mumford Organization wins B.E.A.M. Award. (New Jersey). 268
Meridian Capital Group. (Real Estate). Brief Article 220
Metropolitan Title and Grnty to become Commerce Title. Brief Article 308
MortgageRamp launches new 'FastTrak' service. (Technology). Brief Article 282
New senior housing opens on Long Island. (Transcripts). Brief Article 302
New York among top three cities for investing. Brief Article 786
Newmark report: Vacancies up slightly in February. Brief Article 513
Nick Kim. (Management Personnel). Brief Article 120
Office market 'coming down to earth' since Sept. 11. (Insiders Outlook). Meiskin, James Brief Article 624
Outsourcing payroll an option. (Insiders Outlook). Alter, Michael Brief Article 723
Owners saving for a rainy day. Misonzhnik, Elaine Brief Article 355
Philip Altheim honored at AHRC'S "A Special Night for Special Children". 128
Recovery may take longer than expected. Misonzhnik, Elaine Brief Article 343
RFR Davis planning more extended stay hotels. Brief Article 651
Roseman receives award. Brief Article 159
Ross to address IREM April 2. Brief Article 227
Schumer passes Associated Builders and Owners of Greater NY for helping 9/11 Victims pay the rent. Brief Article 506
SoNo offering real estate solutions. (Insiders Outlook). Smith, Sheila Brief Article 507
Talbots opens Commack store. (Retail New York). Brief Article 248
TenantWise report: Some tenants stayed, others left downtown after Sept. 11. Chapman, Parke Brief Article 384
Tokyo office space good deal for U.S. Brief Article 153
Two Trees tapped by EDC for Downtown Brooklyn project. Brief Article 533
U.S. Senate considering Lower-Income Housing Tax Credit bill. Brief Article 435
WaMu opens another branch at 2139 Broadway. (Retail New York). Brief Article 356
Weird loan? You could win! 386

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