Month: April 2016

The End of Billionaire's Row?

While I have written most months about specific new developments, I felt that some overview may be in order, in the midst of dynamic change.  A panel I sat in last week gave me thoughts, and some pause, too. “The Future of New …

Millennials and the NYC Real Estate Market

A lot of ink and digital 0’s and 1’s have been used to talk about Millennial behavior.  Some hay has been made over various reports on whether they like to work hard, need work/life balance, are willing to put in their time at banks. …

The Market In A Minute

When our Annual Market Report comes out, generally there’s some fanfare.  This year’s report, however, also covers 188,000 sales back to 2003.  So, for anyone looking that far back for trends, this is a deep dive into the all-you-can-eat data dump.  For …

Sustainability in NYC -2016 and beyond

Let’s start with the idea that saving NYC money is a good thing, if it aims to keep taxes from growing too quickly.  Lower costs mean that it’s easier for people to live and prosper in the city.  If there is an …