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Manhattan office leasing activity dips, but asking rents hit post-recession peak

Manhattan office leasing activity dips, but asking rents hit post-recession peak

Manhattan office leasing activity in November was considerably lower than its five-year monthly average, according to commercial brokerage CBRE’s...

Manhattan office leasing activity dips, but asking rents hit post-recession peak
RXR sells 49% stake in 61 Broadway office tower

RXR sells 49% stake in 61 Broadway office tower

Scott Rechler’s RXR Realty is selling a 49 percent stake in its 61 Broadway office tower in the Financial...

RXR sells 49% stake in 61 Broadway office tower
Midtown South office availability hits lowest level since 2001

Midtown South office availability hits lowest level since 2001

Despite a drop in leasing activity from last year, the Midtown South office market continued to be the tightest...

Midtown South office availability hits lowest level since 2001
CBRE occupancy costs

Midtown the 10th priciest office market in the world: CBRE

While maintaining its position as the most expensive office market in the Americas, Midtown Manhattan ranks as the 10th...

Midtown the 10th priciest office market in the world: CBRE
NYSE to move out of 20 Broad Street next year

NYSE to move out of 20 Broad Street next year

IntercontinentalExchange Group, the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, is leaving its 381,000-square-foot space at 20 Broad...

NYSE to move out of 20 Broad Street next year
Plus-size retailer inks plus-size lease at Brookfield tower

Plus-size retailer inks plus-size lease at Brookfield tower

Online apparel retailer OSP Group is moving to Brookfield Properties’ One New York Plaza.

Plus-size retailer inks plus-size lease at Brookfield tower
10 biggest NYC office blocks on the market

10 biggest NYC office blocks on the market

Although leasing in the New York City office market is much stronger than last year, some of the largest buildings in the borough still have massive vacancies.

10 biggest NYC office blocks on the market
As rents drop, tech companies head downtown

As rents drop, tech companies head downtown

With an increasing number of technology companies moving to The Area Below Chambers Street, the Downtown rental market seems to be flourishing. The main attraction for IT tenants? Cheaper rents.

As rents drop, tech companies head downtown
From left: 195 Broadway, 200 Liberty Street and 222 Broadway

Media and tech firms no longer snubbing stuffy Downtown

The psychological wall that separated hip Midtown South office tenants from their stuffier Downtown counterparts is showing signs of...

Media and tech firms no longer snubbing stuffy Downtown
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Downtown office leasing soars 73 percent

Downtown office leasing jumped 73 percent in January and February, more evidence of the area’s strong recovery from Hurricane Sandy, according to Cushman and Wakefield data cited by the New York Observer. A spike in...

Downtown office leasing soars 73 percent

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