While we often comment on broader trends in real estate and the NYC economy, it is also important to go back to basics from time to time. As everyone is aware, the effects of inflation are being felt in both our business and consumer lives. Commercial real estate is no exception due to increased […]
New York City law firms are accelerating their race for modern office space to recruit newly minted Manhattan attorneys who typically spend huge amounts of their waking hours at work.
I’m now in my third week of reporting, on the road, from the autumn/winter 2019 shows. And I do
mean the road. I’m walking around sending emails, I’m looking at PDFs in the car, I’m editing and
signing off page layouts while waiting for fashion shows to begin while sat on a bench that has only
allocated a […]
When Amazon announced last year that New York City and the Washington, D.C., area would share Amazon’s much-coveted second headquarters — and would get 25,000 high-paying jobs apiece — much of the country was green with envy, and a little surprised.
That the company struck deals with these two urban, East Coast areas […]
Miranda Green JANUARY 6, 2019
Clearly none of us is getting any younger. But it still seemed remarkable that colleagues in the FT office on New Year’s Day were competing not about how late they stayed out the night before, nor about the wildness of the parties, but about who managed to get to bed before […]
By James Nelson
Principal, Head of Tri-State Investment Sales
This month for The Nelson Report I wanted to explore the implications of the “Amazon Effect” and what exactly attracted the massive commerce company to pick Long Island City out of 238 other places to be the home of its second headquarters.
I had the pleasure of sitting […]
The Bezos has spoken. Amazon’s HQ2 is officially a split-decision between Long Island City in Queens, New York, and Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia—the predictable epicenters of finance, commerce and government. The official news leaves 236 other cities feeling extremely disappointed (or even used) like they were part of some bizarre, overhyped Seinfeld finale. But what split-decision […]