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Andrew Chung, founder and CEO of Innovo Property Group

Although today New York City is known for its thriving financial services industry, advanced health care, and upscale real estate industries, in the early 1900’s, the city of New York was the world’s busiest port, importing and exporting goods to and from all over the world. As the city’s landscape began to change with the onslaught of high-rise buildings, and the creation of more white-collar jobs became more prevalent, large warehouses from previous years became better suited for the more expansive, and less expensive suburban outskirts.

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