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Market Data, Big Data, What Data?

April, 21 2015 was a big day for big data. Streeteasy hosted an event discussing what all the big data means to the agent community. Led by Streeteasy’s Alan Lightfeldt, the panel of industry leading real estate folk left the … Continued

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Improvements to Infrastructure – Hudson Square

Hudson Square is a classic example of a pocket neighborhood within a larger neighborhood. Fortunately for developers, the boundaries are loosely defined, because this area is in the midst of one of the most anticipated transformations in decades. Typically considered … Continued


Fact Check: Curbed 4.1.15

Curbed’s recent article, which covers Manhattan’s 1st Quarter 2015 performance, is a classic example of a sensationalized report written largely to insight market hysteria. It is easy to pick a few statistics and make a generalization about the overall state … Continued


Improvements to Infrastructure – Yorkville

Yorkville is a pocket neighborhood within the Upper East Side. Its boundaries are loosely defined as 79th-96th, 3rd Avenue to the FDR, and some extend the southern boundary down to 72nd Street. While most of the Improvements to Infrastructure posts … Continued


Urbanization: Why We Need Micro-Units

Merrill Lynch interviewed Arif Naqvi, Group Chief Executive of the Abraaj Group, one of the leading private equity firms pioneering growth markets around the world. He discussed the impact urbanization will have on world economics over the next 3-4 decades. … Continued


Improvements to Infrastructure – South Williamsburg

Thanks to mega-projects like the Toll Brothers’ Northside Piers and Douglaston Development’s The Edge, in addition to upscale hotels like the Mccaren Hotel and the Morris Adjmi-designed Wythe Hotel, North Williamsburg has undoubtedly been the more popular of Williamsburg’s two … Continued