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Retail rents in Manhattan grew 50% since 2010

Citywide, retail rents fell 21 percent since 2014
By Chava Gourarie | May 24, 2017 06:15PM

Source: CBRE

According to the most recent market reports, retail rents are down in most shopping corridors in Manhattan. Both the Real Estate Board of New York and CBRE released retail reports tracking 17 and 16 shopping corridors respectively. REBNY looked at how the areas with decreasing rents saw increased leasing activity. A CBRE report looked at the whopping 89 percent growth in rents between 2010 and 2014, and the sharp drop-off since.

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