Steve Cuozzo is a real estate columnist and contributor to the New York Post
Manhattan’s Q1 2022 office vacancy rate stood at a record 22%. Yet, newly released data show that one major commercial corridor, under-sung Midtown Sixth Avenue, weathered the pandemic with a vacancy rate of between 12.6% (according to CBRE) and 14.6% (as per Cushman & Wakefield). How did this happen?
An exodus from Manhattan was the talk of the town in the weeks before the Labor Day holiday weekend. A ‘drastic shift’ to the suburbs became the media buzz. The out-flight resulted in a record 13,117 rental apartments standing vacant, touted as a 122% jump over 2019. Landlords are offering ...
The Big Apple has come to life again with the start of phase II of reopening. Thousands of restaurants opened outdoor seating and encouraged by good summer weather and a sustained reduction in Covid-19 infections, New Yorkers finally enjoyed a taste of pre-pandemic pleasure.