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‘Restacking’ tough on local office market

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A year ago, commercial landlords in the region were holding their breath as New York began rolling out a plan to “restack” its workforce — vacating privately owned office space as leases expired in order to fill empty floors in state-owned buildings. This year, it could be warehouse owners who are caught in the state’s crosshairs as New York looks to gain additional savings through real estate consolidation. Just how the shift of office workers ...


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