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Panelists ponder where money comes from: is it time for an IPO boom?

The commercial real estate industry may be due for a boom in public offerings, according to panelists at the NYU Schack Institute’s Capital Markets forum last week.

“I think that when we look back a year from now we will have the potential to do more on the IPO side than we have in the past couple,” said Jeffrey D. Horowitz, head of global real estate, gaming and lodging at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

Horowitz cited a number of deals currently in the works that, if successful, could drive more companies to go public in search of funds. The past two or three years have seen four or five IPOs a year, according to Horowitz.

“I think there’s more coming up from the private equity side where the platforms need to have a change, just because there is a cycle to investing,” he said.

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Lawyer helps set stage for bringing Bob Dylan back to Capital Theater

You don’t need a big law firm to do exciting deals. Just ask David Bleckner, founder of the three-attorney David J. Bleckner, P.C.
From the top of the Empire State Building to a star-studded music venue upstate, the 12-year-old firm is flexible enough to handle whatever clients throw its way.

The firm represents Malkin Holdings in leasing the Empire State Building, including the agreements for radio and television stations that broadcast from the building’s spire.

And recently, the attorneys put on their tenant representation hats and helped entrepreneur Peter Shapiro revive the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y., which reopened as a music venue in September with a sold-out concert by Bob Dylan.

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Related Companies today announced a partnership with New York Cares to create donation sites for the 2012 New York Cares Coat Drive in prominent retail locations in New York City and New Jersey. Beginning today, Manhattan’s Time Warner Center, the Bronx Terminal Market, the College Point Retail Center in Queens, the Gateway Shopping Center in Brooklyn and the Clifton Commons Mall in Clifton, New Jersey will offer the opportunity to donate new or gently-used coats. Donations will be accepted at all locations through December 31, 2012.
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