December 10, 2013 10:30AM
From left: James Wacht and Peter Braus of Lee & Associates, Richard Selig and Peter Sabesan of CBC Alliance, and Patrick Robinson of Transwesterm
From the December issue: Building a commercial brokerage business in New York City is a slow, patient game. Success, real estate executives say, is measured in years, not months. [more]
None of those firms do a lot of business and Cresa, Transwestern and Avison Young have almost no presence in NY.
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