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Serendipity Labs launches subsidiary to better serve landlords

WorkplaceCloud also improved the visibility of listings, according to Arenas.

Q1 office leasing activity in Fairfield County up 47% from last...

The quarter’s average asking rent was $34.34 per square foot.

IBM to consolidate 10 NYC offices into single 328K sf space

The lease terms were not disclosed.

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.

Toluna relocates from Wilton to Norwalk’s Merritt 7

The company will relocate from its Wilton headquarters and occupy 8,089 square feet on the fifth floor of Building 501.

CBRE: Q3 office leasing in Fairfield County up 27%

Fairfield County’s average asking office rent was $35.57 per square foot.

Purchase Professional Park gains more health care sector renters

Against the background of some Westchester Avenue office parks being repurposed with residential and retail uses, Simone Development Cos. and Fareri Associates have found...

Howard Greenberg: Today’s normal and the new normal

As of this writing, office attendance continues to be very low not only in Westchester, but generally in most markets. Remote work continues to...

Lower Fairfield County sees slight increase in office availability

“Free rent, landlord-funded build outs, and discounted rent continue to be favorable deal terms for tenants in today’s market," according to Choyce Peterson principal John P. Hannigan.

Remote workers slowly returning to region’s offices

Shelton's Peralta Design is the rare company seeking more office space.

Exclusive: Merritt 7 announces 50,000 SF in new leases

The complex’s management has highlighted its advanced air filtration system as a selling point.

Knight Rolleri Sheppard CPAs signs 8,939 sf lease in Fairfield

The firm will occupy the building's entire fifth floor.

Historic endeavor: Real estate collective looks to create buzz in SoNo

An app available exclusively to AGW's tenants in the Washington Street Historical District has saved them some $40,000 in delivery fees, according to the realty's principal Adam Greenbaum.

NY Fed chief sees signs of economic weakening

John Williams said that while previous federal government aid packages served to put a lot of money into peoples’ pocketbooks, the expiration of aid programs along with an increase in cases could be a double whammy for 2021.

CBRE: Q1 Fairfield County office leasing down 44%

Only two leases during the quarter were greater than 20,000 square feet.