Mosler to audit NYU medical office space

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Citing changing market conditions, NYU Langone Medical Center has decided to audit its current office space, according to Crain’s, with Bruce Mosler, co-chairman of Cushman & Wakefield, signing on for the task. The center, which is one of the biggest hospital operators in New York City, presently uses approximately 400,000 square feet of space (note: see clarification). “Given the current real estate market, we thought it was a good time to evaluate our space,” a hospital spokesperson said. “It’s a very complex situation.”