Posts Tagged ‘New York’

Rising Skyline: New Construction Rent Premium

Construction activity in Manhattan is the highest it has been in over two decades. The resurgence of new development will have a substantial effect on the overall market in terms of both vacancy rates and pricing. • Delivery of new product usually causes a spike in vacancy and in average asking rents—particularly in older/less desirable […]

Where does Cyprus leave investment planning?

In a generally good first quarter for Europe, we saw better economic and financial market news and much improved confidence which started to produce a change in strategy, with parts of the investment community going “risk-on”. However, starting with Italy’s indecisive election and moving on to the Cypriot “bank sweep”, confidence has been dented in […]