Several months ago, Admiral wrote about Westchester’s Property Tax Quandary, which described Westchester’s initial plan submission to New York State’s County-Wide Shared Services Initiative (CWSSI). This blog update outlines the County’s revised plan, which projects $27 Million in recurring savings. Read More
Hugh Kelly writes in the Westchester County Business Journal about the appeal of 24-hour cities and how a number of Westchester County suburbs have the features of 24/7 live-work-play environments: residential density, walkability, access to public transportation, and nearby Main Street shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Read More
Directly or indirectly, we all pay them. And Westchester County’s residents and businesses would benefit if they declined – if that could be done without negatively impacting services. To take [a lot] of liberties with Arthur Godfrey’s quote: “I’m proud to be paying property taxes in Westchester. The only thing is – I could be just as proud for half the money.” Read More
NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, just published the results of its excellent biannual investor survey. The NAIOP CRE Sentiment Index summarizes the predictions of approximately 5,000 commercial real estate investors, developers and operators about general conditions in the commercial real estate industry in 2018. Read More
Recent leases to New York Life and Dannon signal a move away from suburban corporate campuses to transit-oriented cities where amenities are within arm’s reach. This is good news for White Plains commercial real estate. Read More
NAIOP, which originally began in 1967 as an association of industrial and office park owners, has since expanded to provide advocacy, education and business opportunities for the entire commercial real estate industry.
All office space is not created equal.
Medical and dental office space each have their own idiosyncrasies that make them particularly complex. Read More