New York

Texas and New York vie for top ranking in commercial property development market

Article by @SteveBrownDMN and the Dallas Morning News Texas is tops in the nation for warehouse construction. And we are second nationally in both office and retail building, according to one of the country’s top commercial real estate groups. The commercial property sector in Texas supports 387,609 jobs and contributes $23 billion to the state’s economy, according to a new report…read more →

I Agree Bob Knakal, I Will Also Never Retire.

Over the past two weeks, I have been asked numerous times if I was going to be retiring anytime soon. What?!? I assume that people in our industry, most of whom know that Paul Massey and I sold Massey Knakal Realty Services to Cushman & Wakefield more than one year ago for a tidy sum of money, figured that by…read more →

Cushman execs see mixed signals for 2016

Cushman & Wakefield executives delivered a mixed outlook Tuesday on the city’s commercial real estate market in 2016, as continued macroeconomic strength is expected to drive market fundamentals but major questions persist over the fate of the current cycle. The commercial brokerage giant Sourced through Scoop.it from: therealdeal.com Despite robust job growth, New York development land prices are declining. Is…read more →

When ‘Cozy’ Is the Code Word for ‘Small’

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land One word can have many meanings. Homes described as cozy in Texas are 162% larger than homes called cozy in New York.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Yep, everything is bigger in Texas! Especially homes decribed as “cozy”. See on online.wsj.com