Since the beginning of the pandemic, many companies including professional firms have been sitting with significant amounts of unused office space. If you have been receiving our emails you are likely aware that Wharton Property Advisors has extensive experience in all facets of the niche market for office subleasing transactions and in […]
I am pleased to pass on that the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) is considering Wharton Property Advisors in its annual competition for the Most Ingenious Deal of the Year for 2021. Please see the click-through sent by REBNY at the bottom of this e-mail for additional details.
We have three deals that have been submitted […]
By Ruth Colp-Haber, Wharton Property Advisors, Inc.
I love Top 10 lists (who doesn’t?). The Counselors of Real Estate – an exclusive group of real estate advisors of which I am a member – did a recent survey of the top 10 concerns facing the industry. The results were fascinating, and are summarized in the attached […]
When Amazon launched its first Go store in 2018, the public lined up around the block to see the future of retail: a new experience where you could walk in, grab something off the shelf, and walk out. Sure, there were cameras on the ceiling and AI on computers tracking silently from above, but the promise was […]
Flexible working bends outdated rules governing the time and place for getting work done. It helps
employees who want to meld their career with competing responsibilities and interests outside the
office. It is deemed useful to women especially, as they generally shoulder the greater proportion of
In practice, however, employees and organizations are finding that flexible working […]
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 […]
The American Kennel Club is scheduled to open next month its new Museum of the Dog in New York City, following a relocation from a Greek Revival-style residence in St. Louis, Missouri, to a 48-story glass tower in Manhattan.
The club has leased 60,000 square feet at 101 Park Ave. for space it plans […]
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 […]
Google will build a new campus in New York City, the tech giant announced in a blog post on Monday.
Google plans to spend $1 billion to create a 1.7-million-square-foot campus called “Google Hudson Square” in Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood, said the post by Google’s chief financial officer, Ruth Porat.
Google said it locked […]