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Nowhere has retail real estate’s comeback been more evident than in New York City, which in the last two years has seen record-breaking leases such as Uniqlo’s $300 million deal at 666 Fifth Avenue, and a rumored $3,000 per square foot rent elsewhere on the avenue. But that doesn’t mean that deals are any easier to complete, as Andrew Goldberg, executive vice president of CBRE’s New York Tri-State Region Retail Brokerage Services Group tells GlobeSt.com. Named CBRE’s Retail Broker of the Year in 2011, Goldberg spoke with GlobeSt.com about the state of the market, and of retail in New York City, prior to attending ICSC’s RECon 2012 in Las Vegas.

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