Cristina Gair

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NAREIT Index celebrates 30th anniversary
The NAREIT Indexes, the benchmarks of the REIT and publicly traded real estate industry, are celebrating their 30th anniversary of tracking real estate
Brooklyn’s DUMBO project receives city approval
The city of New York approved the development of Light Bridges, a 330,000 sq. ft. mixed use condominium/retail complex in Brooklyn’s DUMBO (Down Under
Report predicts short-term pain, long-term gain for real estate investment
Following the longest expansion in U.S. history, the property markets are experiencing the brunt of the first economic contraction in a decade, according
Hotel investors prepare to pounce
In the hotel industry, opportunistic investors are ready to pounce. The gap is narrowing between what sellers expect to receive and what buyers want to
Architecture gleans know-how from aerospace, auto industries
If you think that architecture isn’t rocket science, or has absolutely nothing in common with the automobile, think again. Thanks to the concept of technology
Jones Lang LaSalle predicts increased cross-border real estate investment
Cross-border real estate investment involving a foreign buyer or seller is a rising trend, according to a report by Jones Lang LaSalle. The report analyzed
Senior managing director of Cushman and Wakefield remembers Sept. 11
"We will never forget Sept. 11, 2001," said Steven Ford, senior managing director of New York-based Cushman & Wakefield, to the board of governors of
Retailers still debating return to Downtown Manhattan
There aren’t many tenants moving to Downtown Manhattan. On Broadway, the only transaction signed since Sept. 11 is a 6,500 sq. ft. Ann Taylor store, according
Retailers still debating return to Downtown Manhattan
There aren’t many tenants moving to Downtown Manhattan. On Broadway, the only transaction signed since Sept. 11 is a 6,500 sq. ft. Ann Taylor store, according
Economist advises real estate investors to ‘tread water’ for 2002
The outlook for commercial real estate is expected to get worse before it gets better, according to economist Tony Pierson, managing director at Hartford,
Plymouth Partners outlook for Manhattan office market less than bright
The Manhattan office market continues to erode, according to a year-end 2001 office market report by Plymouth Partners, a commercial real estate firm
Architectural trends: A delicate balancing act
Long before the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 erased the landmark twin towers of the World Trade Center from the New York skyline, the concept of the
HOTEL NEWS
Not a small resort after all Situated right in the heart of Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin
Barrow Street Capital closes $104 million real estate investment fund
Barrow Street Capital, a real estate investment firm in New York, has closed Barrow Street Real Estate Fund II. The fund will make opportunistic investments
Mountain Funding acquires controlling interest in Paramount Group
Mountain Funding, a real estate lending and investment company in Charlotte, N.C., has acquired a controlling interest in the Paramount Group, a real

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