The coronavirus pandemic brought New York City’s office market to a screeching halt, and even as the crisis subsides and a semblance of normality returns, many buildings are facing an uncertain future.
“The leasing market’s brutal. It's getting better now and I think it's highly segmented — the term location, location, location for real estate has really morphed into location, location, transportation, as far as I am concerned,” Savanna founder Chris Schlank said at Bisnow’s National Real Estate Finance Summit Tuesday. “People are…
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