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Holly Dutton

Holly Dutton is a Brooklyn-based journalist who has reported on real estate for more than 10 years. A Texas native, she spent her early years in journalism covering local politics and photographing NBA basketball for publications including the Houston Chronicle. In her free time, Holly enjoys exploring New York City’s many parks with her husband and son.
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269 Articles

How Colorado’s New Emissions Law Stacks Up to NYC’s Local Law 97

Last month, Colorado adopted new energy performance standards for large buildings. The

W.P. Carey Is Exiting the Office Market

W.P. Carey, a New York-based REIT that has been in business for

As the Workplace Evolves, Law Office Design is Changing Too

Companies across the spectrum have looked to change up their office design

CBRE Experimenting With AI To Boost Efficiency, Time Savings

Global real estate services firm CBRE is the latest real estate firm

Suburban Residential and Office Rents Outpace Some Urban Markets

A lot of ink has been spilled about Americans fleeing dense, urban

Exploring the Hoteling Phenomenon in Modern Workspaces

In the office world, hoteling is one of those terms that’s often

NYC Updates Strict Emissions Law To Waive Fines for ‘Good Faith’ Landlords

New York City officials have updated guidance on Local Law 97, the

Life Sciences Resurgence Buffers Office Market Woes

While there have been some signs that the office market is turning

Greystar Turns to Modular for Budget-Friendly Apartments

Greystar, one of the largest multifamily owners and developers in the world,

Microsoft’s New Manhattan Office Is In a Growing Tech Hub

Times have not been great for the tech sector over the past

Yardi, Property Management Companies Hit With Antitrust Lawsuit Over Price-Fixing Claims

An antitrust class-action lawsuit was filed today in Seattle alleging property management