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NEW YORK CITY-“The real story is in Midtown South and it has been for most of 2012,” says Pamela Murphy, CBRE’s senior vice president for research and consulting. “The market in Manhattan is preferred by many technology firms.” Murphy says the class B loft space available in Midtown South is attractive to tech firms. Also, price-sensitive start-up companies are finding space at lower costs than in Midtown. Pricing was the initial draw and then the cluster effect attracted more companies.

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