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NEW YORK CITY-Tech has been one of the primary forces behind the Midtown South submarket’s ascendancy into one of the industry’s hot topics of conversation, said experts gathered for the latest in the Real Estate Board of New York’s Commercial Crossfire panel discussions. “Until recently, New York didn’t have a tech industry because of high prices, but now they’re coming back and there’s a big push to have more collaborative and efficient spaces available with flexible, month-to-month contracts,” said Mark Lapidus, director of real estate operations at WeWork.

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