Monthly Archives: August 2017

How WELL LEEDs to building engaging relationships

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How to make your competitors ‘green’ with envy

As commercial real estate ‘matchmakers’ tasked with the demand for engaging experiential building amenities for tenants, we can’t help but want to dive deeper into the psychology of how our workspace affects us on a personal level. More critically, how it affects building-wide relationships- whether it be between broker and owner, tenant and landlord or employee and tenant. And most essentially, how cultivating this… Read More

Midtown East rezoning to spur development of new office towers

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The Midtown East rezoning deal struck between the New York City Council (Land Use Committee) and the de Blasio administration not only allows for new construction of approximately 6.5 million square feet of office space within the 78-block area around Grand Central, but is also intended to generate a minimum of $61.49 per square foot, or 20 percent of the… Read More

Enforcement for New NYC Business Recycling Rules Began August 1st

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The NYC Department of Sanitation is leading New Yorkers to contribute zero waste to landfills by 2030. New business recycling rules were published in the City Record on February 5, 2016 and enforcement of these rules began last week on Tuesday, August 1st.

All businesses in New York City are now required to recycle certain materials and to ensure that those recyclable materials are properly handled by their private carters (to their… Read More