A building-by-building look at which brokerages are winning landlord agencies

April 13, 2012 10:30AM

In the Manhattan commercial leasing world, the battle to represent building owners is a blood sport won and lost in the corner offices and conference rooms of landlords. In addition to The Real Deal’s issue story last month providing an overall look at which brokerage firms have the most landlord agencies, the magazine has prepared a building-by-building look at what agencies were won and lost in 2011, and the potential commissions brokers stand to make at each individual building. While the issue story is free as always, you can purchase this in-depth research here. The charts are part of targeted research The Real Deal will now be providing to readers, to supplement what’s normally found online and in the monthly magazine. — Adam Pincus