NYC Market Update: February 2022

As the Manhattan office market continues to move in the right direction overall, the midtown-west submarket remains one of the most impacted areas from COVID.The data for loft buildings 75,000 -... [Read more...]

January 2022 Newsletter

Quality over Quantity (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  Over the last month, a number of large (and long-term) leases in the Midtown market have been announced, the majority of which share one... [Read more...]

December 2021 Newsletter

Following the Leaders (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  As new variants born out of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to surface, the demand for New York City's office market has been undeterred.... [Read more...]

November 2021 Newsletter

Encouraging Developments (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  Along with some unseasonably warm weather, November has brought forth a number of encouraging developments for the return of New York... [Read more...]

Sep-Oct 2021 Newsletter

NYC's Revitalizing Office Space (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  For the TL;DWTR (too long, don't want to read) folks, below is a 60-second update on the office space market - straight from the... [Read more...]

August 2021 Newsletter

NYC, The Small Business Town (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  For the TL;DR (too long, didn't read) folks, here's a 60-second update on the office space market - straight from the streets of... [Read more...]

July 2021 Newsletter

Changing Course (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  For the TL;DR (too long, didn't read) folks, below is a 60-second update on the office space market - straight from the streets of Midtown... [Read more...]

June 2021 Newsletter

We've Made It (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  New York is open for business! With the city fresh off its 1-millionth COVID vaccination and a return to normalcy in full swing, the energy of New... [Read more...]

May 2021 Newsletter

The Momentum Builds(A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  Since news of an effective vaccine broke, the return of New York City (and by extension, workers to their offices), was hardly a question of... [Read more...]