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Inflation and rising interest highlighted at real estate forum

Fordham University’s Real Estate Institute and The Business Council of Westchester joined in hosting a virtual forum that examined the outlook for the New...

What’s next for Norwalk’s commercial property market?

Retail, multifamily housing and industrial real estate were discussed in a recent panel session.

Covid-19 and the Westchester commercial property market: Part 2, the strength...

There are no consistent patterns at the moment for parts of the Westchester County real estate market.

Robert Martin racks up 400K sq. ft. of recent lease activity;...

Robert Martin Co., an iconic force in Westchester and Fairfield County real estate for some six decades, has announced the signing of approximately 400,000...

Suite Talk: Robert Withers, president and CEO of M1 Capital Corp.

"Credit is not getting looser, it's getting tighter," said Withers.

Report: Westchester commercial real estate was mixed in Covid-laden 2020

Strengths and weaknesses became more evident in the Westchester commercial real estate market during 2020 according to data in a report released this morning...

Strip malls should do well; indoor malls need reinvention, Houlihan Lawrence...

Strip malls and well-located street retail properties with access to parking are likely to continue to show resilience as the commercial real estate sector...

Houlihan Lawrence sees office and retail softness, multifamily and flex strength

Industrial and flex properties, along with multifamily apartment buildings, continued to be in high demand in Westchester County during the third quarter of the...

Houlihan Lawrence commercial market report finds Westchester a draw for investors

“A lot of investors are looking to put their money into mixed-use properties," said Tom LaPerch, director of the commercial group for Houlihan Lawrence.

Suite Talk: Robert Caruso, senior managing director at CBRE

Caruso discusses the commercial real estate market in Fairfield County, both on its own terms and in comparison with Westchester.

Immelt sounds warning on Europe; GE shares slip

Despite first-quarter earnings that beat analysts' projections, stock in General Electric Co. was down about 4 percent at noon April 19 as CEO Jeffrey Immelt warned of worse-than-expected conditions in Europe.

Survey: office vacancies to increase

In the coming months, brokers expect an increase in office vacancy rates in southwest New England.

Irvington eyes new waterfront zone

Officials in Irvington have proposed a mixed-use waterfront district to replace the village’s industrial zone.