August-September 2022 Newsletter

The Same, Yet Different  Seems real this time. Over the past three years, there has been a familiar buzz from employers around Labor Day: "This is when our employees will begin coming back to the... [Read more...]

July 2022 Newsletter

Straight Office Talk  The top question that our team is asked on a monthly basis revolves around one point: "Is this a good deal?" Whether it's a renewal notice from a current Landlord or in r... [Read more...]

June 2022 Newsletter

The Realest Estate Update (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  As talk of a looming (or current) recession grows louder, many have aptly wondered about the impact that an economic decline would have... [Read more...]

May 2022 Newsletter

The Tenant-Amenity Revolution (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  The warm May weather has us back on the streets - and returning to video for the TL;DWTR (too long, don't want to read) folks.Below... [Read more...]

April 2022 Newsletter

The Market = Your Alternatives (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  Quick Bites Midtown's average asking rent increased 2% from Q4 2021 to ~ $85 PSF The latest NYC ridership data continues to show the... [Read more...]

March 2022 Newsletter

A Familiar NYC (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  We're back to video for the TL;DWTR (too long, don't want to read) folks - below is a brief video update on the latest trends that we're seeing in... [Read more...]

February 2022 Newsletter

Moving in the Right Direction (A message from Ben Blumenthal) -  For the TL;DWTR (too long, don't want to read) folks, below is a brief video update on the office space market - delivered from the... [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...]