first_imgBrock Emmetsberger, Tom Gammino and Will Suarez (JLL)JLL has let go some of its high-profile brokers as the battered real estate market continues to squeeze the city’s brokerage firms.Investment sales brokers Brock Emmetsberger, Tom Gammino and Will Suarez were laid off by the firm, sources told The Real Deal. The reason was poor production as brokers across the city have struggled to complete deals during the pandemic, according to one source.Representatives for JLL did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The brokers could not immediately be reached.The trio are alumni of the former Massey Knakal Realty Services, and have closed billions of dollars’ of deals over the past two decades. Emmetsberger, Gammino and Squarez moved over to Cushman & Wakefield when the company bought Massey Knakal in 2014. A few years later, Massey Knakal cofounders Paul Massey and Bob Knakal left Cushman and began recruiting their former dealmakers.Emmetsberger, Cammino and Suarez were among a group of more than 50 brokers who followed Knakal to JLL, while a number of others went to work for Massey’s new brokerage, B6 Real Estate Advisors. Earlier this year, JLL laid off about two dozen people in its New York City office.Massey said he was confident the brokers will land somewhere else and succeed, given their strong track records.“I worked closely with those guys when they were at Massey Knakal,” he said. “They’re all fantastic people and I’m sure they’ll land on their feet.” This content is for subscribers only.Subscribe Nowlast_img read more

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first_img Share The Weather Outlook for Dominica and the Lesser Antilles, valid from: 6:00 AM on Friday, March 10, 2017, indicates that weak unstable conditions are affecting the area.“Weak unstable conditions generated by a frontal boundary are expected to continue to produce an increase in cloudiness and shower activity across the area during the next 24 hours. Persons in areas prone to flooding, landslides and falling rocks are advised to exercise caution. A relative improvement in conditions can be expected by tomorrow afternoon,” the weather report indicates.“Rough seas are expected during the next 24 hours peaking near 12.0 feet in northerly swells. A Small Craft Warning and a High Surf Advisory will remain in effect for above normal seas and brisk winds until 6pm tomorrow. All users of the sea, particularly on the western, northern and eastern coast, are advised to exercise extreme caution,” it adds.The forecast for Today and Tonight is mostly cloudy to overcast at times and windy with scattered showers.Wind: North easterly to East north easterly @ 20 to 50 km/h.Sea Conditions: Rough in open water.Waves: 3.0 to 3.5 meters or 10.0 to 12.0 feet.Warning/Advisory: A Small Craft Warning and a High Surf Advisory remains in effect for above normal seas and brisk wind.Sunrise: 6:16 AMSunset: 6:15 PMLow Tide: 7:44 AM and 8:44 PMHigh Tide: 2:22 AM and 2:13 PMPlease visit the website for more information at:http://weather.gov.dm/forecasthttp://weather.gov.dm/forecast/extended-forecastWeather hotline: 447 – 5555 LocalNews WEATHER: Weak unstable conditions are affecting the area by: – March 10, 2017 Share Sharing is caring!center_img Share 411 Views   no discussions Tweetlast_img read more

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