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TORONTO-In contrast to the short backward slide of the US market, Toronto’s office space actually saw a drop in vacancy in the third quarter 2010 to less than 10%, which hasn’t been seen since early 2009. The lease-up of four new office towers to about 10% vacancy helped the market, though Avison & Young experts say the focus is now on large blocks available in former bank buildings downtown.

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