Tag: CRE execs

Gov’t Cloud Computing to Rule the Air

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This past decade has produced quite a number of technological innovations, but the one that takes the cake has to be “cloud” computing. The movement toward virtual space storage and away from cumbersome, vulnerable sites dedicated to housing hardware has officially taken hold and the government has jumped on the bandwagon. This year, the federal […]

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The Low-Down on CRE Recovery

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Commercial real estate continues its positive recovery as the second quarter of 2011 progresses. Though the housing market and stagnant job market continue to burden the economic health, growth is expected to pick up substantially as the second half of the year begins. “The office market posted its fifth consecutive quarter of positive net absorption […]

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U.N. Hits the Blacktop

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As it turns out, the U.N. isn’t just all work and no play. At least, not since Albany approved their proposed plan to build another office tower on the Robert Moses Playground. I guess world leaders need a break too, and what better way is there to unload stress than climb on the monkey bars […]

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New Times, New Workspace

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Want to read more? Go to REoptimizer The workspace is changing, and small-business owners are cashing in on the new ways to save money with a trend referred to as “flexible work space.” Read more at REoptimizer   All information gathered from The Street

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UFO to Land in Cupertino

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Something big just landed in Cupertino. And yes, it’s in the shape of a UFO. That’s right, Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, has come up with a rather unique idea for Apple’s new home: a 4-story, UFO-shaped, eco-friendly building made entirely of glass. Curved glass. Around the entire building. The new headquarters will be able […]

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Slow and Steady Wins the Economic Recovery Race!

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Want to know more? Go to REoptimizer to find out just how slowly our economy is recovering… I’m not sure if you guys know this or not, but we citizens of the United States are kind of in a “rough patch,” economically speaking. Shocking, right? Read the rest of the article at REoptimizer

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5 News Reader Apps for your Perusal

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Find the rest of the apps at ReOptimizer Want to read the news? On your iPad? While you’re traveling? Here are some of the best apps to keep you updated while you’re on the road. Pulse Pulse is the hip, new way to read the news. It’s a personalized collection of all the information you […]

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Tax Payers Hold the Light for Coliseum Renovation

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Recent news has shed a more distinct light on Project Lighthouse’s upcoming bond referendum set for August 1. It’s been calculated that if Nassau County tax payers vote “yes” to the renovation of the Nassau Coliseum (the new features can be found here), their property taxes could go up about $58 per household. Of course, […]

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WTC — Climbing Higher Everyday

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The new World Trade Center is under construction– Well, the WTC site is finally seeing some steady action. Construction is underway on two of the four buildings, with Tower 1 leading (68 stories tall) and Tower 4 not far behind (32 stories). The building of Towers 2 and 3 will depend solely on the market […]

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Photosynth- The Panorama App

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Photosynth Okay, so usually I do these things in sets of five, but this app deserves an entire article to itself. It’s incredible and free and created by Microsoft (seriously- nice job). This app is a panorama phenomenon. You can capture 360° of your surroundings in ONE PHOTO. It’s really incredible. You know those 360° […]

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