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Tishman deal fails: sign of trouble in commercial real estate

Ron Scherer Staff writer CS Monitor 26.01.2010
Zar Property NY completes the acquisition of 349 Fifth Avenue for $18.3 million

Manhattan, NY Zar Property NY has acquired 349 Fifth Ave. for $18.3 million. The property is an eight-story office building at the corner of 34th St. and across the street from the Empire State Building.

Tishman deal fails: sign of trouble in commercial real estate

Tishman sends its $5.3 billion investment in 11,000 apartments back to its bankers. The move involves two massive developments in Manhattan: Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.

HUNT Real Estate ERA Welcomes Andrew Scherer

Madison County Courier 25.01.2010
Irish bank AIB now landlord of Stuyvesant Town in New York

It's got to be one of the great ironies of the global property crash. Allied Irish Bank, already hobbled with toxic debt from Irish property buyers, is now the partial landlord of some 25,000 people in 11,227 units in New York.

HUNT Real Estate ERA Welcomes Andrew Scherer

(Oneida, NY – Jan. 24, 2010) Buffalo-based HUNT Real Estate ERA has announced the addition of Andrew Scherer to its team of real estate sales professionals serving consumers in the Oneida and Cicero areas.

Checking In | The New Middle

JACKIE COOPERMAN T Magazine 22.01.2010
Checking In | The New Middle

Andaz Wall Street, Hyatt’s first New York boutique hotel, opened this week (with a Midtown location to follow this spring), and if I’m reading the tea leaves about what this means for many of the nearly 50 hotels that will open in New York this year, one theme emerges: recession luxe.

US commercial property price up in November -study

NEW YORK, Jan 20 (Reuters) - U.S. commercial real estate prices rose 1 percent in November, the first increase in more than a year, according Moody's/ReAL Commercial Property Price Indices (CPPI).

'Long, slow burn' in foreclosure properties

GLENN ROBERTS JR. Inman News 19.01.2010

Even More Room at the Inn

JANE L. LEVERE The New York Times 19.01.2010
'Long, slow burn' in foreclosure properties

NEW YORK -- There is no shortage of short sales and bank-owned (REO) homes in markets across the country, and it's likely going to be a "long, slow burn" to work through this inventory of distressed properties, said Paul Jackson, publisher of HousingWire and REO Insider.

Even More Room at the Inn

Though it may seem counterintuitive at a time when many hotels around the country are having trouble filling their rooms, nearly 100 hotels are scheduled to open in major American cities this year.

Tenants suffer as more landlords default

JANE LERNER Lohud 18.01.2010

New York's changing real estate face

ANDREA V. BRAMBILA Inman News 15.01.2010
Tenants suffer as more landlords default

TOMKINS COVE — Residents of a ramshackle group of bungalows on Route 9W never had an easy time with their landlord, who was frequently cited for failing to make repairs needed to keep the place in decent working order.

New York's changing real estate face

NEW YORK -- Pumping through this city is the knowledge and energy of millions. As the home of Wall Street and the site of the fallen World Trade Center towers, the city has shown resilience in the face of crisis and offers lessons that can be applied to the housing market as a whole, said real estate pros who spoke during a "Boom, Bust and Innovation" presentation at the Real Estate Connect conference Thursday.


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