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Liberty Property Trust Sells More Suburban Assets, This Time In King Of Prussia
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Liberty Property Trust Sells More Suburban Assets, This Time In King Of Prussia

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Sitt Brothers Settle 2 Herald Square Lawsuit As Foreclosure Auction Looms
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Sitt Brothers Settle 2 Herald Square Lawsuit As Foreclosure Auction Looms

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'Unleashed' MaryAnne Gilmartin Leaves Forest City To Start New L&L-Backed Firm
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'Unleashed' MaryAnne Gilmartin Leaves Forest City To Start New L&L-Backed Firm

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City Council To Vote On Creating Two New Downtown Historic Districts At Former Superblock Site
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City Council To Vote On Creating Two New Downtown Historic Districts At Former Superblock Site

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Philly Office Rents Hit Record Highs Amid Vacancy Increase
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Philly Office Rents Hit Record Highs Amid Vacancy Increase

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IKEA Signs 975K SF Lease For Staten Island Distribution Center
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IKEA Signs 975K SF Lease For Staten Island Distribution Center

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CW Realty Gets Construction Financing For Williamsburg Apartment Building
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CW Realty Gets Construction Financing For Williamsburg Apartment Building

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Aetna Reportedly Backing Out Of Manhattan HQ After CVS Takeover
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Aetna Reportedly Backing Out Of Manhattan HQ After CVS Takeover

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CBRE Sues Philly Developer Over Commission From Aborted Bfresh Lease
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CBRE Sues Philly Developer Over Commission From Aborted Bfresh Lease

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Durst Organization Seeks Ground Lease Tenant At 825 Third Ave.
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Durst Organization Seeks Ground Lease Tenant At 825 Third Ave.

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Post Brothers Plans 2 New Towers In West Philly Apartment Complex
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Post Brothers Plans 2 New Towers In West Philly Apartment Complex

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Goldman Sachs Gives Kushner-Backed Startup Cadre $250M To Invest In The Next Hot Market
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Goldman Sachs Gives Kushner-Backed Startup Cadre $250M To Invest In The Next Hot Market

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Production Equipment Company AbelCine Opens Flagship Office In Industry City
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Production Equipment Company AbelCine Opens Flagship Office In Industry City

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Baltimore Officials To Vote On Bid To Host 2026 World Cup Games
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Baltimore Officials To Vote On Bid To Host 2026 World Cup Games

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Colliers Hires Timothy Pulte As Philadelphia Office, Industrial Head
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Colliers Hires Timothy Pulte As Philadelphia Office, Industrial Head

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Olnick Organization Grows Lenox Terrace Expansion Plan In Harlem
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Olnick Organization Grows Lenox Terrace Expansion Plan In Harlem

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Silverstein Sells Portion Of One West End Development For Conversion Into Dorms
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Silverstein Sells Portion Of One West End Development For Conversion Into Dorms

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New York Times Finds Taker For Half Of Sublease Space At Headquarters
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New York Times Finds Taker For Half Of Sublease Space At Headquarters

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Rivington House Settlement Orders Allure To Build New Nursing Homes
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Rivington House Settlement Orders Allure To Build New Nursing Homes

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JLL Report Calls Market East America's Most Affordable Prime Retail Corridor
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JLL Report Calls Market East America's Most Affordable Prime Retail Corridor

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Co-Working's Influence Is Now Everywhere In Office Space
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Co-Working's Influence Is Now Everywhere In Office Space

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More From The 2018 Philadelphia Forecast
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More From The 2018 Philadelphia Forecast

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Madison Realty Capital Loans $54M To Restart Lower East Side Condo Project
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Madison Realty Capital Loans $54M To Restart Lower East Side Condo Project

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Essex Crossing Gets Construction Funding For Largest Phase Yet
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Essex Crossing Gets Construction Funding For Largest Phase Yet

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1700 Market St. Signs 7 New Tenants, Including HFF
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1700 Market St. Signs 7 New Tenants, Including HFF

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Cuomo Calls For Study Of Subway Line To Red Hook
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Cuomo Calls For Study Of Subway Line To Red Hook

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Judge Approves Sale Of Starrett City Complex That Nets Trump $36M Profit
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Judge Approves Sale Of Starrett City Complex That Nets Trump $36M Profit

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Manhattan Had Strong Office Leasing Activity But Lower Rents In 2017
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Manhattan Had Strong Office Leasing Activity But Lower Rents In 2017

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Extell Closes $1.1B Financing For Central Park Tower Supertall
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Extell Closes $1.1B Financing For Central Park Tower Supertall

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EY Expands Upcoming Lease At One Manhattan West
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EY Expands Upcoming Lease At One Manhattan West

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