In November, Manhattan apartment units leased at a median rent of $3,502—just $19 short of the previous record high.
Banks, debt funds and life insurance companies are willing to lend on retail projects, but the projects needs all the “bells and whistles.”
Retail industry insiders anticipate that investment sales in the sector will go up in 2020.
Proptech innovations and new talent retention are on the agenda for Colliers’ newly appointed U.S. CEO.
As retailers file for bankruptcy, they also move out of warehouses and distribution facilities.
Recent guidance for section 199A of the 2017 Tax Act helps determine who might be eligible for a 20 percent tax deduction.
Amazon, Facebook and Google are all expanding in New York City.