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NEW YORK CITY-Despite a slight decline from the previous quarter, the Manhattan office market is still showing strength, with new leasing activity accounting for 6.4 million square feet across the borough, Cushman & Wakefield officials said at a press briefing on Tuesday morning. A total of 24.1 million square feet of new leases were signed in the first nine months of 2011, with September marking the twelfth consecutive month of leasing activity exceeding two million square feet in Manhattan over the last three quarters.

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