Monthly Archives: January 2013

Not Exactly Barracks

Logically, one would expect a commercial real estate opportunity only where there is capital waiting to support it. Office investors are flocking to San Francisco because there are newly-wealthy tech companies in need of space. Multifamily presents a strong opportunity…

The Mensch & Schlemiel of the Week

Mensch: Noun, informal. A decent, upright, mature and responsible person. Schlemiel: Noun, slang. An awkward, clumsy, or unlucky person whose endeavors tend to fail; a loser. * Mensches of the Week: Josh Friedman, Jason Greenstein, Daniel Levine Newmark Grubb Knight…

46 Cents

Back in October, the U.S. Postal Service announced its latest batch of price increases for both domestic and international mail, an honored tradition for the quasi-government agency. News that a normal stamp will cost one cent more isn’t catching anyone…

Commercial Real Estate Videos of the Week

In our new “Three Questions” video feature, Llenrock’s Andrew Benioff discusses today’s real estate lending climate with Tim Proctor, Senior Vice President and Commercial Real Estate Market Director of TD Bank. You can see Part II of this video on…

Commercial Real Estate Week in Review

Week in Review for January 19 – 25: – In New York City, Sony Corporation of America (NYSE: SNE) sells its 827,686-SF Madison Avenue headquarters for $1.1 billion ($1,329/SF). The corporation acquired the property in 2001 for a mere $235.5…

The Llenrock Poll

Take a look at our latest poll results! IPOs are a complex proposition, and it’s clear we’re not unanimous when it comes to which asset class offers the greatest potential for a public offering. Still, despite last year’s derailed Archstone…

Executive Interview: Ryan Severino, Reis, Inc.

    Executive Interview: Ryan Severino Senior Economist and Associate Director of Research Reis, Inc. @rseverino_reis Ryan Severino is senior economist and associate director of research in the research and economics department at Reis, the team responsible for the firm’s market…