Outer borough no longer. Brooklyn is booming, and in our March edition of The Real Deal, which is available online today, reporter Katherine Clarke looks into 100 major construction projects in the borough of Kings. In the first of a five-part series on commercial real estate’s biggest moneymakers, reporter Adam Pincus analyzes and ranks the largest commercial firms by deal volume. Tom Acitelli takes a macro perspective on the city’s tiniest homes, and also examines the changes to the real estate advertising market. Adam Piore and Hayley Kaplan profile MaryAnne Gilmartin, who is tapped to be the new head honcho at Forest City Ratner.
Mitchell, Maxwell & Jackson, once among the city’s leading appraisal firms, is in the midst of a major legal tussle. Guelda Voien chronicles its fall from grace, and also peers into the shifts in the appraisal industry. Finally, in our Closing interview, Katherine Clarke talks with Izak Senhabar, the president of the Alexico Group.
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