Is Manhattan Immune from the Real Estate Bust?

For the time being, yes. But if Wall Street continues to struggle, that could change

The real estate downturn has been spreading like a virus since the credit crunch began eight months ago, dragging down prices in small towns, suburbs, and previously resilient cities such as Seattle and San Francisco. New York, it seems, is the last major city where real estate is booming.

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