Square Feet: In New York, Anxiety Over Billions in Maturing Real Estate Loans

In New York City alone, nearly $70 billion worth of commercial mortgages that were issued as collateral for bonds in 2007 are maturing this year.



Square Feet: Tenants Gaining Advantage in Market for Manhattan’s Prime Buildings

The pendulum has swung from landlords to tenants, who are now being offered incentives like prebuilt office space to fill empty spaces and short-term lease renewals.



Square Feet: The Kushner Companies’ Deal for 666 Fifth Avenue Avoids Foreclosure

The Kushner Companies’ $1.8 billion deal for 666 Fifth Avenue in 2007 quickly ran into trouble as the recession took hold. But with the help of another investor, the loan has been modified.



Square Feet: The Kushner Companies’ Deal for 666 Fifth Avenue Avoids Foreclosure

The Kushner Companies’ $1.8 billion deal for 666 Fifth Avenue in 2007 quickly ran into trouble as the recession took hold. But with the help of another investor, the loan has been modified.



Square Feet | The 30-Minute Interview: The 30-Minute Interview: Terry S. Brown

Mr. Brown is the chief executive of Edens, an independent owner and operator of shopping centers on the East Coast.