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Condé Nast withholds $2.4M in rent at One World Trade

Publisher Condé Nast is currently withholding $2.4 million in rent at One World Trade Center for January 2021, according to The Wall Street Journal...

Anyone Sad to See 2020 End?

The REBNY TECH Committee is constituted to solidify and highlight New York City’s role as the nucleus of the global PropTech community. Our mission...

Breather launches monthly flexible office space membership

Breather Passport will allow tenants to reserve office space on demand. Flexible workspace provider Breather recently announced its new monthly office membership program, Breather Passport....

Regus files for Ch. 11 in six NYC spots and 100 total

Flexible office space provider Regus recently announced it has put six of its New York City locations into bankruptcy, according to The Real Deal...

Survey: less than 10% of NYC workers have returned to offices

There have been projections for months that businesses operating remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic will continue to do so as restrictions are lifted. Those...

Is CoWorking working?

Knotel faces lawsuits for unpaid rents; WeWork turns focus to larger clients The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted businesses in every industry in various ways—including flexible...

Major NYC landlords experience rent collection troubles amid Coronavirus outbreak

Simon Property Group to reopen 49 malls while some retailer ask for rent relief Industries of all types have had very little luck...

T-Mobile brings 2.5 GHz to Philadelphia, expands 5G network

T-Mobile wasted little time leveraging its recent merger with Sprint. The “Un-carrier” announced this week that it is lighting up parts of Philadelphia with...

NYC is quickly becoming a second home for tech companies

Silicon Valley has been the “place to be” for technology companies. But in recent years another well-known metropolis has made significant strides towards becoming...

What 2019 NYC residential real estate sales slump could mean for CRE

The Manhattan residential real estate market took a downturn in 2019—the year was one of the worst in almost a decade—according to a recent...
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FCC announces C-Band Auction winners

Verizon spends $45.4B to secure just over 3,500 licenses. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced the winning bidders and final bid totals for the C-Band...

WeWork closes Financial District location after eight years

Flexible office space provider WeWork closed one of its New York locations in a continued effort to decrease its real estate footprint, Bisnow reports....

CBRE acquires 35% interest in flex office provider Industrious

The vote of confidence in the co-working space industry continues. The latest example comes courtesy of commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE...

DISH, SBA ink long-term lease agreement

DISH and SBA Communications Corporation announced a new long-term master lease agreement this week. The deal will grant DISH access to SBA’s extensive nationwide...

Are we already headed toward a 6G world?

Apple already advertising for 6G engineers The major wireless carriers in the United States are still working tirelessly to deploy a true, nationwide 5G network...

Silverstein Properties joins SPAC craze

It seems like commercial real estate companies all over the industry are creating special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) these days and Silverstein Properties is...

Geoverse partners with Sigma IT, Senseware to provide for safe return to the office

The trio developed a solution that measures real-time data on physical environment against people’s behavior—enabled by private cellular networks. In-building cellular solutions provider Geoverse announced...

Vornado remains positive about its office space portfolio

It seems that there are still office space tenants looking for new and redeveloped space which is good news for Vornado Realty Trust, who...