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Articles from Real Estate Weekly (June 21, 2006)

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$166m securitization certificates on offer. 140
$35m for hurricane zone. 108
13,000 s/f expansion at 845 Third. 91
2m hits a month for Corcoran site. Brief article 237
5 Lexington Ave. building sold. Brief article 123
82nd Annual Realtor Banquet: a phenomenal networking event. 860
A stately move. 112
Accountants add 28,000 s/f. 113
Actuary likes rent perks at Fifth Avenue building. Brief article 193
Ad men pick spot. 115
Adams & Co. Real Estate. 197
ADS celebrates 25 years as engineering consultants. 148
Advance group knows how to be good neighbor. Brief article 194
Advance honors A-team. 161
AIDS group leases 400 B'way. Flynn, Gerard 184
Albanese Organization honored for energy efficiency. 379
Apollo announces appointments of seasoned team. 291
Aragon builds 50,000 s/f training center for learning tree. 602
Aragon builds 50,000 s/f training center for learning tree. Brief article 272
ARCS Commercial closes $40m in multi-family financing deals. 211
Around town: events seminars meetings talks. Calendar 1467
Asbury and industry officials celebrate development. 556
Association of Engineers gives NY firm green award. 604
Betty Woodman art lights the way at Chelsea House. 470
BOMA awards First Industrial 2006 TOBY. 203
Bringing suburban markets into the 21st century. Lauricella, Thomas A. 690
Buyers explore options for industrial building. 363
Cambridge Dollar deal. Brief article 131
Carlon Hotels reflags historic Martinque. 359
CB Richard Ellis. Brief article 305
CBRE team inks 28,000 s/f deal. Brief article 107
Changes in finance market inspire creative solutions. Bassuk, Richard 561
CharterMac makes $284m leap of faith into securities market. 230
City Connections Realty, Inc. 92
CMSA adopts new strategic plan expanding its mission. 321
CMSA record breakers. Brief article 142
Co-ops still happy to refinance. Brief article 228
Colonial Realty of Fairfield. 168
Contractor chosen for last two Battery Park City sites. 570
Corcoran to head C&W's global valuation services practice. 341
Cronheim gets flexible. Brief article 101
CT building refinanced. 204
Deal makes firm second biggest DUMBO office tenant. 358
Dermot and Principal plan $300m city spending spree. 326
Developers have big plans for new Bronx retail mecca. Geiger, Daniel 404
Developers snap up 'spectacular' Brooklyn parcel. 216
DMR dedicates new concept. Brief article 146
Dubai Group sells $1b portfolio. Brief article 186
DUMBO's tallest tower reaches its pinnacle. 644
Durst's solution for growing firm. 155
East River Plaza project presses on. 287
Eastern Union Commercial. Brief article 88
EDC seeks Staten Island senior housing partner. 389
Firm floors competition at show. Brief article 131
Firm has starring role in TV's extreme makeover. 496
Firm heads for corporate corridor. 227
Futterman wins deal of the year. 795
Galleries present united Front. 200
Gargano says governor won't back down on Freedom Tower. Geiger, Daniel 411
Globetrotting Lewis always knew his career direction. Flynn, Gerard 590
Graphics firm garners industry recognition. 348
Greenberg Traurig, LLP. 80
Greenwich Capital takes on lead role in $1.7b buy. 139
Growth area attracts $28m Fremont loan. Brief article 218
Grubb & Ellis Company NJ. 98
Having completed the firm's two-year long branding initiative, David Carlos, Studley's former director of brand development. 97
Health Group leases 17,000 s/f. 194
High-tech company takes 13th floor at 100 Park. 105
Home Builders' Association applauds fed water program. 286
ICON finds elevator solution at impossible NJ work site. Brief article 208
Industrial sector's prospects continue to look good. Company overview 418
Industry professionals invited to get EXPO REAL in Munich. 253
Info service releases eRelease. 340
Insurance giant in talks for 199 Water St. block. Geiger, Daniel 265
Investors continue to have confidence in market. 445
IREM greater NY president opposes lead paint rule. 666
Israel Bonds to honor Coletti. 222
It's a landlord's market. Greenspan, Grant 482
It's official: Mills Corp. for sale. Geiger, Daniel 411
Jersey City gets affordable with Summit Ave. Homes. 354
Jeweler leases gem of a location. 149
Jones Lang LaSalle is tapped for global assignment by drug giant. 159
Jonis Realty Management as exclusive agent for the owners, Joron Realty LLC, rented the store front at 150 W. 10th Street in the West Village to Smart Shoe for 10 years for over $115 psf. 139
Judicial goes commercial. Brief article 156
Judith Banham dead at age 49. Barr, Linda 548
JV partners buy big Chestnut. 242
JV purchases $123m complex. Brief article 109
Kesseler leads charge to lease repositioned Emmet Building. Brief article 171
Keystone plot for Brandywine. Brief article 161
Kushner to sell $2B NJ portfolio. Flynn, Gerard 222
Leadership shakeup at CoreNet Global. Brief article 286
Lightstone Group. 83
Luxury link tops out at 44 stories in Hell's Kitchen. 349
Mack-Cali has new Viewpointe. Brief article 183
MAS calls Atlantic Yards project "unacceptable". Moran, Tim 587
Max muscles in. Brief article 119
Meteorologists outline what to expect when 'big one' hits. 474
Midtown residential development in a stabilizing market. Sigman, David A. 734
Miridian. Brief article 242
Mitchell Friedman, vice president of Investment Sales at Pliskin Realty & Development, recently brokered two property sales on Long Island. 167
Nearly 40,000 s/f in leases at Reckson's Mitchel Field prop. 351
New Weidlinger president calculates firm's strengths. Moran, Tim 694
No signs of cooling in city's red hot hotel market. Hecht, Nolan 557
Non-profit finance fund granted $20m boost. 267
NYC's Zetlin & De Chiara sets up shop in Los Angeles. 343
On the web. 428
Pergolis Swartz Associates, Inc. Brief article 279
Phoenix Realty Group. 92 Brief article 148
Quality assured at GMS as firm expands services. Brief article 469
Reckson re-institutes repurchasing. 127
Reckson reports 188,982 sf of lease activity in Stamford, CT. 172
Reengineering: turning existing high-rises into condos. Bonifacic, David 485
Restaurants with star power take off in New York City. Consolo, Faith Hope 752
Retail opportunity. Brief article 130
Retail promising to bloom despite rebuilding debacle. Flynn, Gerard 468
Retailer keeps growing. 121
Rising rents are fool's gold. Buslik, James 431
Round and round they go at hole in downtown's heart. Geiger, Daniel 794
Sleeping giant has awakened. Huffner, Don 412
Smooth sailing as office market remains steady as she goes. 706
Soho building nets $1,700 psf. 152
Spring brings surge to Princeton office market. Marano, Vincent 567
State induces $1.67b in Liberty Bonds for WTC. Moran, Tim 487
Staying put makes sense as agency locks into lease at 902 Broadway. 194
Sterling's $53m secondary thought. 115
Stormwater compliance in NY's urban environment. Franz, Karen 724
Studley: National rental rates are steadily increasing. HECHT, NOLAN 441
Take wrecking ball to construction industry, says LePatner. Flynn, Gerard 470
The Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York's 26th annual BuildingsNY trade show, the largest, most extensive real estate tradeshow on the East Coast, was held last week. 111
The National Realty Club lunch meeting held recently at The Williams Club featured a banker's panel, moderated by Jeffrey S. Horowitz, senior vice president of Cooper-Horowitz, Inc., which explored and explained the current real estate lending market. Whinston, John S. 100
The Planned Companies has announced Martin Sulewski, formerly a regional supervisor with Planned Building Services, will now serve as operations manager. Brief article 94
Urban sites present firms with foundation challenges. Tamaro, George J. 728
US a bargain, according to CBRE's latest survey. 443
Virginia pride. 95
WASA team made headway (with no headroom) at hospital. 410
What's ahead for commercial real estate finance? Lublin, Scott 785
Wholesaler is adding 8,000 s/f on Seventh. 182
Windowmaker unveils flame. 211
Women's business group certifies ACC Construction. Brief article 214

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