NYC real estate is crashing! People are fleeing and inbound migration is not filling the vacancies, resulting in falling rents and real estate prices. Here’s why we think the recovery could take a while.
We are doing an in-depth analysis of national and regional residential real estate data to get a clearer picture of what happened in the last 6 months in the US housing market. As a companion to a white paper we’re publishing, this video kicks off the series of what the effects of post-covid migration from […]
Derek Hsiang and VisionaRE Partners founder Sterling Jawitz discuss Coliving Investment and understanding the extra development costs, operating costs, and other considerations that developers and owners new to coliving should be aware of before taking on a coliving project. We also fast forward to coliving’s future and what technologies we’d like to implement.
In light of the recent protests, we want to start a dialogue with our colleagues in the real estate industry about how we can enable positive social change/ responsibility through the work we do. Derek asks and gives his answers for the following four questions: 1) What aspect of real estate is the worst driver […]
We’re pleased welcome our first guest, Chris Brodhead of B6 Real Estate Advisors on The Real Estate R/Evolution, our show where we make up games based on random skills we pick up as real estate developers and play them with professionals in the industry. Afterwards, we do serious interviews to get their insights on where the market’s headed, particularly on […]
What do NYC real estate developers do when we’re quarantined and bored? We make up stupid games where we test each other about whether we still remember where things are in Manhattan. There are 2820 intersections in Manhattan and we try to guess which one from a street view screen shot in 30 seconds. How […]
I was bitter about Bloomberg’s affordable housing program back in 2009. When the administration seized Tennisport’s land in Long Island City through eminent domain, my tennis e-commerce business became orphaned in its infancy. A developer planned to construct middle-income housing on Tennisport’s prime waterfront property. And it was going to block the view of newly converted luxury condos in […]
For those who aren’t in the real estate industry, the role of the real estate developer is kind of a mystery. Hollywood isn’t doing us any favors, having produced countless movies with villainous real estate developers. When I attend networking or social events outside of the real estate world, one of the most common questions I […]
I do a lot of walking in NYC, and I used to do a fair amount of city driving as well. One of the things that irks me most is the traffic conflict between cars making a turn vs pedestrian crosswalks. Both turn green/white at the same time, and cars have to wait for the […]
There’s undoubtedly a lot of discussions these days about making our cities smarter through technology. But sometimes simple UX changes can make a world of difference. So here’s a no-tech tweak to the subway system to ponder while you’re stuck in Thanksgiving traffic. Most subway platforms in NYC service lines of a single color: ACE […]