Denise Kalette

Denise
Kalette
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Deal Volume Mushrooms
The nation's credit markets are showing early signs of stabilizing after the long and harsh economic crisis, and deal volume across the commercial real
Sustaining Attorneys
Walls shrouded in forest green, and lined with leather-bound volumes. Spacious, carpeted offices, draped with expensive fabrics and filled with mahogany
Special Report: NREI Names 10 Outstanding Women for 2010
For many women who have reached the highest levels in the commercial real estate industry, gender is irrelevant when it comes to leadership. A number of women who are corporate leaders played a pivotal role in guiding their firms out of the recession, ...
Building Owners Toss Equipment for New Technology
It’s not an easy decision to choose to replace a building’s heating and cooling system or lighting equipment with systems that use state-of-the-art technology...
Water Quality Issues Can Lead to Legal Troubles for Owners, Warns Specialist
Commercial property owners who fail to take into account water quality issues could find themselves facing lawsuits, says a specialist in water treatment.
Does Leadership Need a Gender?
Isn't it about time to disregard gender in selecting commercial real estate leaders? Women at the highest reaches of their professions within the industry
CREW CEO Aims to Aid Women Parked at Vice President Level
Gail Ayers, the chief executive officer of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network, has set a goal of helping women executives in commercial real
New York Leasing Dealmaker Foresees Best Month Ever
As a retail leasing specialist in New York City, Karen Bellantoni, executive vice president at brokerage Robert K. Futterman & Associates, is at the top
Apartment Broker Conquers Formidable Share of Market
When Mary Ann King, president of Chicago-based Moran & Co., describes the way the apartment brokerage she built with owner Tom Moran outpaces the sales
Miami Attorney Tackles Hotel Distress Cases as Deal Junkies Circle
Suzanne Amaducci-Adams, a partner at Miami-based law firm Bilzin Sumberg, knows from her experience with distressed hotel properties that the worst is
Innovation Is the Key to Success for Trepp CEO
Annemarie DiCola, chief executive officer of New York-based analytics firm Trepp LLC, has steered her company's expansion with the acquisition of Foresight
Regency Centers' Palmer Absorbs Painful Lessons in Strategy
For Lisa Palmer, senior vice president of capital markets at Jacksonville, Fla.-based shopping center owner Regency Centers, the most difficult moments over the past few years have been those involving employee cutbacks. "Unfortunately, over the last 18 months
Sometimes Just Coping with Crisis Shows a Leader's Mettle
When Anne Usher walked into her husband's office at his Panama-based company on a September morning in 2009, she was unprepared for what she saw. Harvey
Harvard Study: Regulators, Financial Institutions Failed to Heed Danger Signals Before Subprime Collapse
A new report by Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies concludes that major financial institutions, rating agencies, investors, and regulators all failed to heed warning signs in the days before the nation’s subprime crisis triggered a wider financial disaster in the United States.
Power Shifts to Tenants as Economy Brakes Amid Glut of Vacancies
Roughly 25% of the nation’s leased office space is set to expire in 2011 or 2012 and tenants are moving into the driver’s seat in negotiating new terms with landlords already pressured by a glut of vacant space.
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