The start of 2019 brought good tidings in several sectors of Manhattan’s commercial real estate market, reports Cushman & Wakefield. Manhattan office demand continued at a torrid pace, starting the new year with 4.2 msf of new leases signed.
By Ken McCarthy and Revathi Greenwood
Increased investment and employment in the life sciences sector has driven life sciences related real estate to new heights, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s new report, Life Science: Great Promise & Rapid Growth. The
New York City’s investment sales market posted a historically strong year in 2018, recording its fifth-highest dollar volume total at $49.2 billion, an increase of 35.0% from 2017. The level of activity in 2018 has trended up, as
By Ryan Hoopes
When coworking initially started to take root in the U.S., fledgling business, contractors and freelances rejoiced. Finally, a place of business that wasn’t the local coffee shop. But as flexible workspaces have spread to cities across
Following a record-breaking third quarter, Manhattan new leasing activity increased 6.8% in the fourth quarter to an all-time high of 10.2 million square feet (msf). The strong quarterly finish brought 2018 leasing to a record 35.9 msf, surpassing