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CHICAGO-The bifurcation theme of the US office market continued into the third quarter, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s recent report, as core areas such as New York City and Washington, DC lowered vacancies and raised rents, and secondary markets continued to struggle. However, though significant job growth hasn’t emerged, JLL says it seems that companies are gaining back confidence, and hiring may soon follow.

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