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Developers question condo conversions as office demand rises

Developers question condo conversions as office demand rises

An influx of tech startups and creative firms is making developers think twice before converting office space into condos.

Affordable housing? RXR’s Pinsky warns of affordable office shortage

Affordable housing? RXR’s Pinsky warns of affordable office shortage

Mayor Bill de Blasio may be focused on building and preserving affordable housing, but Seth Pinsky, former president of...

Class B, C office vacancies in decline Downtown

Class B, C office vacancies in decline Downtown

Affordable office space in Lower Manhattan is running out. As technology, media and fashion companies are moving in, the...

Manhattan’s stock of Class B office space down 11% from 1995

Manhattan’s stock of Class B office space down 11% from 1995

Renovations, conversions and demolitions have played a major role in an 11 percent drop in more affordable Class B...

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Class B, C office space to be fully occupied by 2018: report

The city’s stock of Class B and Class C office space – space in older and cheaper office buildings...

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Available office space is 62% Class A properties

Class A office space in Manhattan now accounts for 62 percent of the total available supply — a significantly...

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Midtown Class A office vacancy drops to 11 percent in November

In Midtown Manhattan, Class A office vacancy decreased in November to 11.1 percent, its lowest level since 2008, according...

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Office space evaporates between Madison Square Park and Herald Square

From left: the Eventi Hotel and the Ace Hotel (credit: PropertyShark) The small, up-and-coming businesses that once thrived along...

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