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CBRE casts weather eye on commercial real estate recovery

The company's staff discusses the evolution of the industry.

The different approaches to after-hours schmoozing

Two real estate brokers at CBRE Group work side by side at the office, but the way they choose to entertain clients at night varies.

Lighting company inks Stamford lease

CBRE and Mack-Cali team up on West Avenue deal.

CBRE posts record investment sales

A pair of big deals in Stamford are on the 2013 highlight reel.

CBRE notches big sale

A pair of commercial real estate firms join forces for the buy.

Fairfield commercial address fills up

777 Commerce Drive sees a pair of new business leases.

Colliers expands Westchester, Fairfield operations

CBRE veterans to help lead expansion.

$8M sale in Darien

Medical office building is already 100 percent filled.

CBRE nets kudos for use of technology

Its Global LaborView software speaks volumes about a region.

Harbor Point remains hot

CBRE puts its stamp on three new Canal Street leases.

Reader’s Digest shrinks as office vacancies rise in county

Reader’s Digest Association Inc. further shrank its presence in Westchester County when it shed two floors of office space in a second-quarter downsizing at...

Reader’s Digest shrinks as office vacancies rise in county

Wetschester’s second-quarter office market was marked by an absence of large lease deals and slightly rising vacancy rates.

County’s office market still favors tenants

First-quarter leasing activity rose to pre-recession levels in Westchester, but the office market continued to struggle as companies shed large blocks of space.

Market hits speed bump

Office leasing activity across Fairfield County slumped in the first quarter, falling nearly 30 percent compared to a year ago, as the county’s vacancy rate increased to 20.5 percent.

Brokers busy in the market – for new jobs

Commercial real estate brokers Glenn Walsh and Lawrence A. Ruggieri are working this month from a temporary office at 800 Westchester Ave. in Rye Brook while their new office there is readied for occupancy. They’ll stay in the same RPW Group building from which they’ve worked on Westchester County office deals for several years at Cushman & Wakefield Inc. But the business cards they’ve handed out since January bear the logo of their former market rival, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank.