Midtown Manhattan Office Landlords Losing Power to Drive RentsBy
Landlords looking to `meet' market after 5 years of increases
SL Green, Vornado reduce some rents 10% at Park Avenue tower
Midtown Manhattan office landlords are losing some power to set rents on their properties, even in the prized Park Avenue corridor, after five years of aggressive price-pushing.
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