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Driving Urban Revival in Cities Around the World

In major cities around the world, downtown revitalization and changing live-work habits have spurred leasing activity, office development and out-of-the box collaborative workplace designs. Thanks to smart urban planning, downtown markets have become magnets to educated, tech-savvy people, who want to live, work and play close to home.

With companies locating closer to talent, competitors and sector clusters, they're not only responding to the needs of stakeholders, but they're also playing a leading role in transforming their urban communities.

Sun Shining On Lower Manhattan

The Lower Manhattan economy is growing more diverse, with an increase of media and other creative companies, as well as technology firms. These trends are visible in relocations, occupancy, and leasing.

Sun Shining On Lower Manhattan

Sources: Alliance for Downtown New York, Inc., Cushman & Wakefield

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