Donald R. Ciandella

Donald R.
Ciandella
Articles
A broker's make-up: big ears, quick legs and nimble mind
Guts, brains arid perseverance are as essential as oxygen to today's commercial real estate brokers. Despite the economy's steady but slow expansion and
Maturing outsourcing business looks ahead to strategic services
Real estate outsourcing is not the same game it used to be. In recent years, it has bloomed into a thriving business affecting all aspects of the real
Investors take swings at unusual property niches and expect home runs.
Real estate professionals are playing a whole new ballgame by investing in such unique properties as golf courses and "death-care" facilities. With the
Lagging new supply, rising demand invigorates office sector
Pulling itself out of the oversupply nightmare of the '80s, the office market is finally having sweet dreams about its future. Real estate professionals
Trump, GE, Galbreath launch priciest NY condos
Despite his setbacks, Donald Trump's penchant for being involved in expensive real estate remains. The New York-based Trump Organization is a partner
Foreign capital floods U.S. real estate markets
Improving markets and a weak dollar are attracting foreign equity to U.S. real estate markets. These investors are largely entrepreneurs and opportunity
GE Capital expands base on way to record year
With $4 billion in new business, 1994 was a record year for GE Capital Commercial Real Estate Financing & Services. And it's on a pace to exceed that
Philadelphia: consolidation clouds center city, but sun shines on suburbs as overall outlook remains bright
Faced with new rounds of corporate consolidation, Philadelphia's center city is struggling to maintain the modest momentum it has gathered since the market
Banks are back, armed with new products and services.
Banks are back and they are aggressively elbowing each other, conduits and insurance companies for a share of the estimated $110 billion of commercial
New York; leasing, sales prevail in midtown, while apartment construction heats up
Leasing and sales continue at a fast pace in New York City, following two straight years of brisk activity, The tight supply of quality office space in
Multifamily Housing Institute unveils database plan.
The world is in the midst of an information revolution, and one real estate organization is trying to stir up the industry.Recognizing that information
NY office investment blooms, but are there enough trees?
With its effective rents blooming, New York's midtown office market continues to attract a buzz of foreign and institutional investors. And even the listless
NRC, Columbia University lead look at America's cities
Want to cause a stir? Ask a roomful of people for their opinions about America's cities. That's what Washington, D.C.-based National Realty Committee
Entertainment-retail destinations: ambiguous, yet promising marriages.
The entertainment industry is the fastest growing business in the country. Between 1991 and 1993, consumer spending on entertainment increased 13% --
Horizon, McArthur/Glen merger creates largest outlet owner
In the latest consolidation of the outlet retail business, Horizon Outlet Centers Inc., Muskegon, Mich., and McArthur/Glen Realty Corp., McLean, Va.,
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