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NEW YORK CITY-Whatever the next few years hold in store for the commercial office sector in Lower Manhattan, the area’s prospects as a residential neighborhood look bright. That in turn bodes well for retailers looking to open their doors south of Chambers Street, the Alliance for Downtown New York says in a new study.


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