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NEW YORK-Despite an uptake in leasing activity, landlordscontinue to remain apprehensive as some businesses are working outways to use less space per employee.

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Companies that remained silent during the height of the economicdownturn are now entering into leasing commitments.

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According to Studley, a commercial real-estate brokerage firm ,office tenants around the US signed leases for 161.3 million squarefeet as of June 2010, a 5.7% increase over the year before.For the full story, go to Wall Street Journal.


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