Scott Muldavin, CRE, President, The Muldavin Company, San Rafael, Calif., an expert on sustainability and the environment, was interviewed by National Public Radio for a story on the effect of climate change on real estate. The program will air nationally at a future date, and be included on the NPR website. Muldavin discussed both commercial and residential impacts.
Jonathan Miller, CRE, CEO/President, Miller Samuel, New York City, was also interviewed for NPR this story, focusing his remarks on the impact of storms and flooding on residential properties, citing his experience on the subject during Hurricane Sandy. Miller was also quoted by Crain’s New York Business magazine in a story about housing prices in Brooklyn and Queens, New York. He commented on the trajectory and plateauing of values, and broker listings and sales.
John H. Sokol, Jr., CRE, partner and chairman–real estate practice group at the law firm of Hinckley Allen, Manchester, N.H., was interviewed by New Hampshire National Public Radio for a story about the changing retail sector for NPR’s “The Exchange” program. The story covered dramatic real estate shifts driven by demographics, the rise of Millenial shoppers, ecommerce, and evolving preferences for interesting retail experiences. Mr. Sokul specializes in commercial property transactions, zoning and land use, representing owners; developers; retailers; and investors. The interview is available on the New Hampshire National Public Radio website.