JUNE 15, 2007
TAKING THE COMMERCIAL PULSE
- The Real Deal
In commercial real estate, bigger is usually better, but the exceptions in New York
are pleased to disprove this rule.
A compilation of data prepared by The Real Deal on Manhattan's most prominent
commercial brokerages found that the biggest firms usually do the greatest number
of large deals involving the most money - but not always. And smaller firms are often
quick to point out that size isn't everything when it comes to corporate culture or
carving out a niche market.
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