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Could downtown New York become a new media district?

As publishing and advertising companies abandon their Midtown offices to chase cheap rents and follow market leaders into Lower Manhattan, could Downtown become a new media district?

Spanning the entire island of Manhattan along an east-west axis, Midtown is the largest central business district in the United States at a size of four square miles.

Separating Upper and Lower Manhattan (or Downtown as the latter is also known) this band of New York encompasses neighbourhoods including Chelsea, Gramercy Park and the Meatpacking district and is one of the most high-profile real estate spots in the city. But…

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C&W predicts jump in European investment

Investment into European property will rebound with 6.3% growth in volumes in 2017 despite rising inflation and political volatility, forecasts from Cushman & Wakefield’s 2017… Read more »

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Report finds London among least attractive prospects in Europe

London’s real estate prospects for 2017 are among the least attractive in major European cities, according to PwC and ULI’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate… Read more »

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Real estate’s new market realities

The forces bearing down on European real estate are many and varied. Geopolitical risks, the wall of money, urbanisation, technology and disruption in the occupier… Read more »

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