Manhattan Office Vacancies Rise the Most in Three YearsDavid M. Levitt
Manhattan’s office vacancy rate jumped the most since 2009, when the market was reeling from the U.S. credit crisis, as financial companies cut jobs and tenants held back from taking space amid concern the economy will slow.
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