Cristina Gair

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Cushman & Wakefield creates national alliance
To gain a greater share of the industrial and office markets, New York-based Cushman & Wakefield has developed the Cushman & Wakefield Alliance to form
Better-than-expected holiday occupancies raise hope for hotel industry
For an industry that’s facing tough times, the mood at the Seventh Annual Lodging Conference at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix was jovial,
Displaced Union Bank of California signs lease for new Manhattan space
NEW YORK — Because of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Downtown Manhattan has had its share of tenants who have relocated to other areas of the city in
Sperry Van Ness opens regional office in Chicago
As part of its national expansion program, Sperry Van Ness, a commercial real estate investment firm based in Irvine, Calif., has opened a regional office
HOTEL & RESORT NEWS
Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels predicts global hotel market will rebound Although the effects of the Sept. 11 terrorism attacks reverberated across the global
MBA 2002: An ambitious agenda
It's a critical time for the commercial and multifamily real estate finance industry, and the Mortgage Bankers Association of America (MBA) has in place
Insurance rates rise for office, retail
The ramifications of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks continue to reverberate throughout the real estate community. For property owners, the question is
November leasing activity in New York returns to normal level
New York’s office leasing markets returned to a more normal level in November, following a period of frenzied activity driven by displaced Downtown tenants
November leasing activity in New York returns to normal level
New York’s office leasing markets returned to a more normal level in November, following a period of frenzied activity driven by displaced Downtown tenants
REIT analysts agree to use common earnings per share reporting system
A coalition of REIT analysts has agreed to adopt an earnings per share (EPS) reporting system to forecast financial results for REITs. The move is part
Survey: Foreign investors’ appetite for U.S. real estate remains strong
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks didn’t shake foreign investors’ confidence in the U.S. commercial real estate market, according to an annual survey by
Survey: Foreign investors’ appetite for U.S. real estate remains strong
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks didn’t shake foreign investors’ confidence in the U.S. commercial real estate market, according to an annual survey by
Terrorist attacks could spawn liability crisis for commercial property owners
A liability crisis could be looming for property owners. After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the insurance
Terrorist attacks could spawn liability crisis for commercial property owners
A liability crisis could be looming for property owners. After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the insurance
Newmark, Nelson Bakewell form international joint venture
NEW YORK — Newmark & Co. Real Estate Inc., a commercial real estate services firm in New York, has formed a joint venture with London-based commercial
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