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Migration patterns have made the Sunbelt and West prime CRE markets. No surprise at this point. But it’s becoming too easy for developers, investors, owners, and operators to keep looking where everyone else is, and that’s often a recipe for missing big market opportunities.

According to data pulled together by Cushman & Wakefield, one of those opportunities could be office space in New York City. Even if some companies have relocated headquarters and others have added new regional offices, New York is a massive and well-regarded commercial real estate market that isn’t about to close shop in the near future.

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