Tag: CRE Footprint

An Unbiased Look on the Biases of CRE’s Future

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In an effort to be diplomatic, I’m going to address both the positive and negative aspects of the commercial real estate market that are currently being discussed by various sources. This is mainly an attempt to give you, the reader, an unbiased look at the biases currently the web. After outlining both positions, perhaps you’ll […]

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Brookhaven Lab Gets $33 Million Makeover

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Brookhaven Laboratory announces their planned renovation of two buildings on the 5,300-acre campus, set to begin October 1. The project is estimated to cost a total of $50.8 million, $33 million going solely into the renovation and modernizing of both buildings. The renovations will be funded by the U.S. Department of Engery’s Science Laboratories Infrastructure […]

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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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Keep Calm and Rent On, America

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In light of the recent turnaround in the commercial real-estate sector, the market has, so far, shown an increase in the amount of occupied office space in the first and second quarters of 2011. The first quarter showed an increase of 5.5 million square feet of inhabited office space, while the second measured a close […]

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#lazyweb– Personalized Answers to Life’s Most Difficult Questions

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Ever heard of lazyweb? If you’re not a Twitter user or if you rely solely on search engines to get your information, you probably haven’t. But for those hardcore tweeters out there, lazyweb is just another tool at your disposal for finding answers to questions you’re “too lazy” to search for on Google. It’s been […]

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Motor Parkway Plaza Embodies ‘Think Globally, Act Locally’

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Professionals and supporters alike gathered at yesterday’s grand opening of the new Motor Parkway Plaza in Hauppauge. David Abel, president of United Realty, emotionally expressed his thanks and gratitude to all those who believed in his project, enabling his vision come to life. He said when he first started the project “I did not even […]

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United Realty of Hauppauge to Unveil “Green” Complex

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This Thursday June 30, United Realty of Hauppauge, Long Island is making their big reveal—a 33,000 square foot, completely self-financed “green” plaza off exit 55 on the LIE. The Motor Parkway Plaza will be home to both commercial and retail office space, acovered courtyard, restaurants and a lower-level parking garage. The complex was created using […]

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LIPA to Save the World

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Feel like you’re paying too much for your utilities? Wish there was a cost-effective way to make your industrial or commercial space more affordable to run? LIPA provides some helpful tips to make running your business cheaper and greener. LIPA’s Commercial Efficiency Program is currently offering rebates to qualifying commercial, industrial and other buildings who […]

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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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