Jones Lang LaSalle Report Shows Lower Manhattan Resurgence Sets Stage for Next Great Transformation
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Jones Lang LaSalle Report Shows Lower Manhattan Resurgence Sets Stage for Next Great Transformation

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NEW YORK, NY – August 31, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — Jones Lang LaSalle data demonstrates the groundwork has been laid for Lower Manhattan’s next great transformation 10 years past the September 11 tragedy. Having weathered a volatile economy and ongoing cycles of recovery, rebuilding and consolidation, Lower Manhattan is poised to capture demand not witnessed since the beginning of the previous century. According to Jones Lang LaSalle’s report, “Lower Manhattan 10 Years Later,” although the historic district remains the home of Wall Street, local government, professional services, media and technology firms will occupy a greater share of Lower Manhattan office space going forward.

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