September 2011

May We Never Forget

For those of us in the commercial real estate business, when we look at a building we often think only of asset class, rental values and square feet requirements. The 10-year anniversary of 9/11 reminds us that the buildings we manage, lease and sell are simply the packages that connect the lives, careers and the dreams of those who occupy this real estate.
May we remember the loss of the nearly 3,000 people who walked into the buildings as first responders or worked within the walls of the World Trade Center towers, the Pentagon and who flew on those planes on September 11, 2001. May we always recognize the individual cost that was paid on this day and may it inspire our continued building and expansion of the American dream.

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