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New York City began the first stage of its reopening with Phase I on Monday, June 8th. Barring any unexpected setbacks during Phase I, then Phase II of New York City’s reopening will occur approximately two weeks later, enabling many commercial tenants to return to their offices in a modified capacity. The “new normal” that commercial tenants will be facing as they return to work will be significantly different than anything that they have previously encountered. It will require creativity and imagination on the part of the tenants to adapt their respective physical office spaces and employee work arrangements in order to maintain standards of social distancing and safety guidelines. No tenant’s office set-up or safety standards that existed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic will be sufficient. 

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