These are Manhattan’s top retail brokerages

As the Manhattan market slows, big firms get bigger and smaller brokerages lose market share

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From the December issue:  It’s a tough time to be a retail broker in Manhattan — especially for those at smaller shops. As the borough’s leasing market continues to slow after its red-hot streak in 2015, fewer deals are being signed. And many of the big leases that make headlines are taking longer to close and are often clocking in at lower rents. [more]