New York City’s office foot traffic was stronger in September than in any other large US gateway city, according to an analysis by Placer.ai.

Foot traffic to NYC offices has outpaced the national average and that of other major cities in both the year-over-three-years and year-over-year monthly office foot traffic metrics. In September, Manhattan offices saw a visit gap of 37.1% compared to 2019, and a 31.1% year-over-year-increase. Nationally, foot traffic is down 41.2% year-over-three-years and up 11.4% year over year.

Lynn Pollack

 

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