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You are invited to a CLE Class: The Lawyer's Guide to the Business of Commercial Real Estate Leasing!

Oct 8, 2018 9:48:43 AM / by admin posted in CLE, Commercial Real Estate Lease, Commercial Real Estate Broker, Commercial Real Estate, Representative Brokers, Tenant Representative Broker

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Top Ten by Michael Davidson - Board Coach

Aug 23, 2018 7:00:00 AM / by Michael Davidson posted in board of directors, board meetings, board membership, New York City, Commercial Real Estate, New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market, New York Managers, New York

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How to Find Space in New York City?

Aug 16, 2018 7:00:00 AM / by admin posted in new york real estate, New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market, Commercial Real Estate, Commercial Office Space, Commercial Real Estate Broker, Tenant Rep Broker, Tenant

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New York City's commercial real estate market is one of the most complicated in the world.

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How to... With Commercial Real Estate Brokers

Jul 5, 2018 6:45:00 AM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Real Estate Broker, Commercial Real Estate, Commercial Real Estate Lease, New York office space, New York City, New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market

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Your lease is expiring and you are focused on running your business.  Real estate is one of your largest expenses. This an opportunity to improve your bottom line as well as morale. Should you renew or move?

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Executive Spotlight: George Grace, G.E. Grace & Co.

Apr 16, 2018 11:31:35 AM / by admin posted in Commercial Real Estate, Commercial Property, New York City’s Commercial Real Estate Market, New York City, Commercial Real Estate Broker, Commercial Office Space

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Interest Rates: Too Low for Too Long

Jul 22, 2016 11:25:06 AM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Real Estate, Interest Rates, THE KNOG

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Interest Rates: Too Low for Too Long

Recently, there was an article in Bloomberg News entitled Negative Rates Hit Global Shipping Market.

The article details remarks from Nils Smedegaard Andersen, CEO of shipping giant A.P. Moeller-Maersk (“Maersk”). Andersen makes a good case for the assertion that “cheap money” is hampering consolidation in his industry. Low-interest rates have been enabling banks to keep marginal shipping companies in business, according to Andersen, and the result is lower shipping rates and excess supply. One of Maersk’s competitors, Hanjin Shipping Co. of South Korea, has recently been forced into debt restructuring in order to cope with lower revenue.

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As the Economy Stumbles, Subletting Soars

Mar 29, 2016 6:27:21 PM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Real Estate, George Grace, Landlord, Mohr Partners, Office Tenant, Sublease, Subletting, Tenant, THE KNOG

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As the Economy Stumbles, Subletting Soars

Last year I had the pleasure of representing a foreign client who wanted to find a retail space. One of the storefronts we were considering was adjacent to a large corner unit that was leased to an accessory unit of a world famous brand. Recently, I found out that the tenant, who had only been in the space for less than a year, decided to close the store and sublet the unit for the remainder of the lease—even though the tenant had invested millions of dollars into the construction and design of the space.

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What’s in Store for 2016?

Feb 3, 2016 4:52:13 PM / by George Grace posted in 2016, Brooklyn New York, Commercial Real Estate, Federal Reserve, Financial Advisors, George Grace, Interest Rate Loans, Low Interest Rates, Manhattan New York, Mohr Partners, New York, Queens New York, Real Estate Market, Residential Real Estate, THE KNOG

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What’s in Store for 2016?

Many financial advisors tell their clients that past performance does not guarantee future results.

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Don't Let a Lease Expiration Go to Waste

Jan 4, 2016 3:24:14 PM / by George Grace posted in Commercial Lease, Commercial Real Estate, Financial Times, George Grace, Mohr Partners Inc, Rahm Emanuel, Real Estate, Real Estate Broker, THE KNOG, Winston Churchill

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Don't Let a Lease Expiration Go to Waste

“Don’t let a crisis go to waste.” This proverb from Winston Churchill, made famous again in 2008 by Rahm Emanuel, is applicable to many things in life, including the expiration of a commercial lease.

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Are You Proactive or Reactive with Your Real Estate Planning?

Sep 4, 2015 4:56:00 PM / by George Grace posted in Business Goals, Business Plan, Commercial Real Estate, EBITDA, George Grace, Mohr Partners, Real Estate, Real Estate Planning, THE KNOG

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Are You Proactive or Reactive with Your Real Estate Planning?

Most companies are reactive in their commercial real estate needs, especially as their business locations increase. To become proactive, companies need to see the big picture - there needs to be a vision that comes from the top. If the CEO or Division Manager hasn't defined a vision for the business, it's hard to be proactive with real estate. A vision tells people where they want to go, so real estate can be planned and managed in order to support that vision and those business goals.

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