• 3 Major Factors of Foreign Investments in U.S. By Brad Bergan | November 21, 2014

    Foreign investments in the U.S. are projected to surpass $39 billion by this year’s end. “The gush of money from outside the U.S. shows no sign of slowing down.”

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  • Artistic Island Park on the Hudson By Gerard Masilang | November 20, 2014

    Barry Diller, internet and television mogul, committed to donating $113 million towards a futuristic park on the Hudson River that will be known as Pier 55. Pier 55 will replace Pier 54, which is deteriorating, and has the support of Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo.

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  • 2010s to see Unprecedented Role in Shaping NYC’s Architectural Character By Brad Bergan | November 19, 2014

    With so much change on the horizon, the question of aesthetic import--how the city’s look will feel to New Yorkers, and how it will affect our mental and psychological habits--seems to have slipped to the wayside.

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  • B2's Resolution By Brad Bergan | November 19, 2014

    Forest City Ratner is buying out Skanska’s stake in Atlantic Yards to resume construction on their own terms. This comes nearly nearly two months after Skanska terminated its agreement with the developer Forest City Ratner (FCR), arguing that serious design flaws in their joint project, the B2 Modular, prevented completion, pending more funding for correction.

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  • Would You Buy Property with Bitcoins? By Gianna Villavicencio | November 18, 2014

    Bitcoins have the rising potential to change the future of finance and technology. Some are advocates while others don't see the point of this fairly recent cryptocurrency, but one thing's for sure---usage has also become a hot topic in the real estate industry.

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  • Big U to Shave Storm Costs and Propitiate Nature By Brad Bergan | November 17, 2014

    In Sandy’s aftermath, the deluge of calls for a single mega-fix for New York City’s vulnerability resembled that of the Hurricane itself. Current solutions are more realistic; humbler.

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  • More Luxury in La Guardia By Gianna Villavicencio | November 14, 2014

    A busy international airport like La Guardia is where one might see a family of tourists arguing about directions, a young couple with giant backpacks who sound like they're from Europe, or a big-time CEO glued to his laptop. It's a scene for people from all walks of life, who pass through for business, pleasure, or maybe a little of both.

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  • Smaller Projects Playing Bigger Role in NYC Real Estate By Gerard Masilang | November 14, 2014

    New York City developers are turning more towards small-scale projects. With land prices at record levels, lenders are hesitant on betting big on large-scale projects.

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  • Rising Interest Rates' Impact on REITs By Gerard Masilang | November 13, 2014

    Investors have pulled money out of real-estate funds for the past two months because of the threat of rising interest rates. The fear is that rising rates will hurt growth for owners of apartment buildings, offices and other commercial real estate and limit demand for their stock.

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  • Hudson Yards: We'll Get 'Em Next Year, Coach By Brad Bergan | November 12, 2014

    It’s a real shame because Coach had already started planning the intricacies of their space’s layout, including a glass atrium slid out from the tower, designed by architects Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. We’ll get ‘em next year, Coach!

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