A Macro Perspective on the NYC Office Market

ruth colp haber - wharton property advisorsHow has the pandemic affected the different sectors of the NYC office market? As you may note from the below grid, there is a widening gulf between the top-class A buildings and lesser performing class B buildings.

The class […]

A Macro Perspective on the NYC Office Market2021-10-07T08:41:29-04:00

Wharton Property Advisors – New National and International Affiliations

I am pleased to pass on the exciting news that Wharton Property Advisors has been selected to join an exclusive international network of real estate agents representing tenants in approximately 70 cities worldwide. This new alliance which we helped create expands our capacity to assist clients in all the major cities and metropolitan areas in […]

Wharton Property Advisors – New National and International Affiliations2021-09-16T11:15:21-04:00

Why NYC is leading the way – again

For much of the pandemic, it was all the rage to declare the demise of New York City as many successful business people were decamping to Florida and Texas due to their pro-business policies and lack of state income and estate taxes. In contrast, New York was deemed to be an outdated relic.

But let’s take […]

Why NYC is leading the way – again2021-10-07T08:41:36-04:00

A plea to business leaders

It has been obvious to all for many months that the restoration of both the nation‘s health and its economy is dependent upon a sufficient percentage of the population being vaccinated so that we can get to herd immunity. In addition, it has been equally clear that the pace of vaccinations slowed […]

A plea to business leaders2021-10-07T08:41:42-04:00

An interesting memo to law firms – get back to the office!

Our eagle-eyed readers may have taken note of recent press reports of the memo issued by Eric Grossman, chief legal officer of Morgan Stanley directing that its outside law firms representing the company return to the office to improve client service. According to dispatches, the memo suggested that firms continuing to work […]

An interesting memo to law firms – get back to the office!2021-10-07T08:41:49-04:00

Wonderful News … and a Key Decision Lies Ahead for Managers

Hurrah – the long-awaited vaccine is finally here! Thanks to this wonderful news, businesspeople can finally look ahead to the future with some confidence that a return to normalcy is possible within a year’s time, and hopefully sooner. John Maynard Keynes said that businesses will not expand unless they believe that tomorrow […]

Wonderful News … and a Key Decision Lies Ahead for Managers2020-12-15T11:47:15-05:00

Law Firms Up Their Game at Lease Renewal Time

The attorney-landlord relationship may never be the same.

Attorneys everywhere are dusting off their leases and sharpening their cost-cutting pencils, thanks to an elevated capacity for remote operations and an economic downturn that’s trimming revenues in many sectors. A smaller plant is needed, goes the reasoning — especially if its […]

Law Firms Up Their Game at Lease Renewal Time2020-09-01T06:30:29-04:00

5 Protections Cos. Should Request In Their Next Office Lease

Law360 (July 9, 2020, 6:15 PM EDT) —

Ruth Colp-Haber
Ruth Colp-Haber

There have been many articles regarding the future of the office. Pundits are speculating about its new form and whether the office will even survive the coronavirus pandemic. We suspect the office will survive in an improved […]

5 Protections Cos. Should Request In Their Next Office Lease2020-07-13T12:33:43-04:00

TikTok to lease massive Manhattan office

Steve Cuozzo was first to report that the video-sharing platform clipping at the heels of Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat and Facebook has signed a 10-year-lease for 232,000 s/f at One Five One, Durst’s 48-story tower formerly known as Four Times Square.

The deal gives a major shot in the arm to an office market that has been […]

TikTok to lease massive Manhattan office2020-06-02T13:52:42-04:00
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