The Real Deal New York

Manhattan landlords playing the office space shuffle

With major tenants opting for new buildings, a slew of office towers look to fill big empty blocks
By Rich Bockmann | June 10, 2014 10:30AM

From the June issue: An array of Midtown’s large office buildings are working to backfill mega-blocks of space slated to be left vacant when tenants with hundreds of thousands of square feet move out. And they’re doing so on the precipice of a supply boom the Manhattan market has not seen in a quarter of a century. [more]