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Our Services

  • Capital Markets 
  • Tenant Representation
    - Office Leasing - Retail Leasing
  • Landlord Representation 
  • Development and Asset Strategy 
  • Investment Sales 
  • Project Management  
  • Real Estate Investment Banking 
  • Economic Analysis 
  • Marketing

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With You Through Every Step

Our clients benefit from our deep industry knowledge and extensive commercial real estate experience, throughout the entire real estate process.

Whether buying, selling, financing, leasing, managing or valuing real estate assets, Gochman Group will produce premium results. Clients can also take advantage of additional advisory services, including strategic planning and research, portfolio analysis and site selection.

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In addition, we focus on value-add investing in a wide range of real estate opportunities. Our firm advises and invests equity capital on behalf of high net-worth individuals and institutional investors. At times, we may be called upon to serve as operating partner in certain office building investments and redevelopment projects. Investment companies we work with include some of the largest global private equity firms in the world.

Gochman Group also serves as an advisor to parties involved in the structuring of real property joint ventures and asset re-capitalizations.

Manhattan Office Market Snapshot

Availability Rate (Q3-2022): 17.9%

Average Asking Rent (Q3-2022): $74.46 PSF

Looking Ahead

While office leasing activity continues at a tepid pace, some trends are starting to emerge. Available sublease space comprises 25% of all available space for lease. As high a percentage as at any time in history. Tenants are moving to newer and "better" buildings, leaving Class C buildings struggling to hang on. Asking rental rates are holding as they are buoyed by generous landlord work and free rent concessions. Thereby trending toward lower effective rents. It is a tenant market in Manhattan if ever there was one. The question is: Where will the demand come from? With the recently announced technology and financial sector layoffs coupled with hybrid work platforms the market looks flat for the next four quarters.

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