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Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: Our reality is virtual

A few weekends ago, sheltering in place from the coronavirus, witnessing the looting in cities amid peaceful protests and watching the first manned commercial spaceflight in history, I thought how future generations would probably...

Editor’s note: Our reality is virtual
Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: One nation, under Covid

After more than 17 years of coverage that’s spread from New York and its surroundings to South Florida, Los...

Editor’s note: One nation, under Covid
Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: Is there shelter from the storm?

Our great gathering places have shut down. Our lives are now defined by shelter in place, these four walls...

Editor’s note: Is there shelter from the storm?
Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: The broker fee fall

Go ahead, pile it on. It’s already hard enough being a real estate broker today with a sluggish market, rent reform laws, plunging stock prices, a looming recession and the coronavirus. But when The...

Editor’s note: The broker fee fall
Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: The industry’s image problem

It’s been a tough year for real estate – but a good time for lobbyists. The industry seems to...

Editor’s note: The industry’s image problem
Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: Thinking big – or not thinking enough?

He’s the guy that told Adam Neumann he should act more crazy. Masayoshi Son is the eccentric-but-gifted entrepreneur who...

Editor’s note: Thinking big – or not thinking enough?
Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: Recession fears and shelved IPOs

“I don’t know why anyone was paying for the word ‘we.’ The only word he knew was ‘I.’”...

Editor’s note: Recession fears and shelved IPOs
Stuart Elliott

Editor’s note: A Brave New (York) World

Big Brother is going bricks-and-mortar. In our cover story this month, “Real Estate’s Surveillance State,” reporter Rich Bockmann delves...

Editor’s note: A Brave New (York) World
Editor’s note: Getting ghosted

Editor’s note: Getting ghosted

“There’s never a development project that’s embraced.” So says David Kramer, president of the Hudson Companies, one of the city’s largest affordable housing developers, in this month’s Closing interview. Kramer was talking about opposition...

Editor’s note: Getting ghosted
Editor’s note: Private fantasies vs. public realities

Editor’s note: Private fantasies vs.
public realities

There is so much venture capital money flowing into private real estate firms these days that you would be...

Editor’s note: Private fantasies vs.
public realities
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