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Vital Signs: Strong Real Estate Fundamentals Unfazed by Regulatory Challenges

The last six months have brought dramatic changes to both healthcare regulations and policy-making, all of which portend significant challenges for healthcare providers and their real (...)


U.S. : Office - Q2 2017

The U.S. economic expansion turned eight years old in June, and is showing no signs of slowing down. After a sluggish first quarter during which real (...)


U.S. Office Snapshot - Q1 2016

The fi rst quarter of 2016 started off with steep declines in equity and commodity markets. Those developments led to concerns about the state of the (...)


2016: The year of the consumer

Consumer spending is expected to accelerate in 2016 to its strongest pace in more than a decade after rising 3.1% in 2015. • Continuing low oil prices (...)


National economic outlook & regional office market update : New York

While it is not a “grand bargain” resolving the long term fiscal challenges faced by the U.S. government, the budget agreement arrived at in mid-December sets (...)


Retail revival : The rebirth of retail in lower Manhattan

The engine of this great city is arguably the financial services sector, which accounts for over 11.0% of all jobs within the city’s five boroughs. And (...)


U.S. Employment report : are we there yet ?

The US economy added 203,000 jobs in November, making it the second consecutive month growth topped 200,000. In addition, the unemployment rate fell sharply to 7.0% (...)


Theme of the week : Fits & starts

The biggest surprise of the past two weeks was the announcement by the European Central Bank (ECB) on Nov. 7 of a 0.25 percentage point reduction (...)


Improving sentiment

As we enter the home stretch for 2013, indicators of business and consumer sentiment reflect growing optimism that 2014 will be a better year than 2013 (...)


Déjà vu : The U.S. budget debate will continue

The good news about the agreement that passed a budget is the federal government is now working and the U.S. will not default on its debt. (...)