The number of Manhattan properties under landmark protection has reached a milestone, but this will only restrain job creation, constrict development and increase the city’s cost of living, according to the Real Estate Board of New York.
A report from REBNY found that 11,857 properties – nearly 27.7 percent – of Manhattan properties are now Read More
The Lobby, REBNY
Rob Speyer will be the Real Estate Board of New York’s next chairman, the powerful professional association and lobbying group announced this afternoon.
Mr. Speyer, the president and co-CEO of the real estate investment firm Tishman Speyer, will take the position in January when the current chairwoman, Mary Ann Tighe, steps down.
Retail brokers: Think your 2011 retail deals has the chops to compete for the best deal of the year?
The Real Estate Board of New York wants you to man up and submit your nominations for the group’s Retail Committee’s Deal of the Year Cocktail Party on Tuesday, June 14, from 5:30 p.m.