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Miami Tower’s broken elevators anger tenants

Miami Tower’s broken elevators anger tenants

The 47-story Miami Tower, designed by I.M. Pei and known for exterior lighting that changes color based on the occasion, is...

Miami Tower’s broken elevators anger tenants
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South Florida office market improves, but tenants still hold upper hand

Though the overall economy has weakened in recent months, the office market generally lags behind. As a result, the...

South Florida office market improves, but tenants still hold upper hand
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SF office inventory drop outpaces national average

South Florida office space inventory fell 1.5 percent in the second quarter of 2011, with the supply of Class...

SF office inventory drop outpaces national average
BGC eyed Cushman, Studley before Newmark deal: sources

BGC eyed Cushman, Studley before Newmark deal: sources

From left: BGC Partners Chairman Howard Lutnick, Newmark Knight Frank CEO Barry Gosin, Cushman & Wakefield CEO Glenn Rufrano...

BGC eyed Cushman, Studley before Newmark deal: sources
South Florida’s top distressed properties

South Florida’s top distressed properties

From left: The Gallery at Cocowalk on Grand Avenue in Coconut Grove; Palm Beach Gardens Marriott on RCA Boulevard...

South Florida’s top distressed properties
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Studley’s Woody Heller on the value of a commercial broker

Shaun Osher, founder of boutique brokerage and advisory firm Core in New York CIty, recently sat down with Studley’s...

Studley’s Woody Heller on the value of a commercial broker
Lenders pick favorites when deciding whether to foreclose

Lenders pick favorites when deciding whether to foreclose

From left: Whitney Wilcox, Isaac Zion, Howard Nottingham, Jay Koster, Steven Koppel, at last night’s REBNY meeting   Lenders...

Lenders pick favorites when deciding whether to foreclose
Miami residential and office markets muddled

Miami residential and office markets muddled

Recent data reveals mixed results and uncertain outlooks for Miami’s residential and office markets. According to a pair of new...

Miami residential and office markets muddled
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