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By the numbers: Is Amazon all that?

By the numbers: Is Amazon all that?

Ever since Amazon announced last fall that it was looking for a new location for a second headquarters, aptly dubbed HQ2, North American cities have been tripping over themselves to woo the retail giant....

By the numbers: Is Amazon all that?
By the numbers: Millennials vs. Baby Boomers

By the numbers: Millennials vs. Baby Boomers

From the March issue: Whether you call them the Selfie Generation, Generation Me or the Do-Gooder Generation, it’s clear that...

By the numbers: Millennials vs. Baby Boomers
By the numbers: The title insurance reckoning

By the numbers: The title insurance reckoning

From the February issue: Lavish parties, VIP tickets to sporting events, golf outings and occasional nights out at “gentlemen’s clubs”...

By the numbers: The title insurance reckoning
By the numbers: Seeking cash in Tel Aviv, not milk or honey

By the numbers: Seeking cash in Tel Aviv, not milk or honey

From the October issue: They go to the Holy Land not to pray, but instead to appeal to the people...

By the numbers: Seeking cash in Tel Aviv, not milk or honey
By the numbers: The WeWork effect

By the numbers: The WeWork effect

From the August issue: There’s never a dull moment at WeWork. In 2014, the New York City real estate industry’s jaw dropped when the office-sharing start-up raised $150 million and hit a valuation of $1.5 billion,...

By the numbers: The WeWork effect
By the numbers: Grappling with the Garment District

By the numbers: Grappling with the Garment District

From the May issue: The Garment District was once the heart of Manhattan’s colorfully named Tenderloin red-light district, but...

By the numbers: Grappling with the Garment District
By the numbers: Social media on steroids

By the numbers: Social media on steroids

From the March issue:  Though residential real estate firms have been savvy about the importance of social media — and poured considerable resources into it — for at least the past decade, the competency...

By the numbers: Social media on steroids
By the numbers: High living brought low(er)

By the numbers: High living brought low(er)

From the February issue: For more than a year now, weakness in Manhattan’s ultra-luxury condo market has been making headlines. But just how real (and deep) is the softness? “The market fell short of...

By the numbers: High living brought low(er)
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