Category Archives: Chart of the Week

NYC captures bulk of state’s private sector job growth

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  • Of the 655,000 private sector jobs created in the state from 2004 to 2014, NYC accounted for 89.0 percent of net gains – making it an integral part of the state’s economy.
  • In 2014, 46.5 percent of the state’s private sector jobs were in NYC, up from
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No slowdown in the influx of foreign capital – flight to safety continues

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Four of the top seven closed deals in Manhattan during the first quarter involved foreign buyers:

  • The strengthening dollar seen during 1Q 2015 has not slowed down the pace of the acquisition of real estate, as foreign capital continues to increasingly target core assets in the Manhattan gateway.
  • First quarter activity, for transactions valued at $360M and greater, came from Canadian pension
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More than 2 million square feet of new or repositioned retail slated for Lower Manhattan

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Brookfield Place:
40 retailers totaling 200,000 s.f. will open by spring 2015, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Hermès, J.Crew, Theory, Le District French marketplace, and Hudson Eats – a collection of 14 fast-casual eateries

World Trade Center:
150 retailers totaling 350,000 s.f. will open in summer 2015, including Mario Batali’s Eataly,… Read More

Tech, tourism lead post-recession job growth

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  • Once a growth engine for the city, Manhattan’s financial services sector shrank by 6.4 percent from 2007 to 2014. The sector’s share of overall leasing activity fell by 9.0 percentage points over the same period.
  • Though a small portion of overall jobs, the tech sector had the fastest employment growth in Manhattan
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Is the Garment District losing its namesake tenants as TAMI moves in?

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  • The Garment District— historically home to the apparel and textile industry—has seen a rise in popularity with TAMI (technology, advertising, media and information) tenants in recent years.
  • Apparel and textile leasing activity declined 51.1 percent in 2014 following three years of steady growth.
  • The TAMI sector continues to grow its share of leasing
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Vacancy rises in January as new blocks hit

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  • Midtown Class A vacancy climbed to 11.4 percent from 10.7 percent at year-end, with the addition of new product in the Penn Plaza/Garment District and returned space in the Plaza District.
  • Downtown Class A vacancy rose to 13.0 percent in January from 11.6 percent at year-end 2014. Trophy space was added at
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Midtown South records third consecutive year of double digit rent growth

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  • The overall average starting rent in Midtown South has increased by 70.5 percent since its post-recession low in 2010.
  • Similarly, landlord concessions have risen as well. From 2011 to 2014, the average TI allowance more than doubled to $40.58 per square foot and free rent climbed from 4.9 to 6.7 months.
  • As Midtown South’s
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Wall Street reshaped by office conversions

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  • Conversions of office properties to alternate uses—namely residential and hospitality—have been especially pronounced near the New York Stock Exchange.
  • Approximately 8.6 million square feet of Downtown office space has been repurposed from 2007 to present—more space than 1 World Trade Center, 4 World Trade Center, and 7 World Trade Center combined.
  • High-profile projects include
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TAMI sector led 2014 Manhattan leasing activity

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New York Chart of the week: January 12, 2015

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  • TAMI tenants, powered by steady employment growth, dominated total leasing activity in 2014, increasing their market share by 6.3 percentage points year-over-year.
  • The FIRE sector (anchored by the recovering financial services industry) failed to maintain the top spot, declining by 4.4 percentage points from 2013 to 2014.
  • TAMI tenants also led
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New leases led top activity in 2014

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New York Chart of the Week: January 5, 2015

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  • With business sentiment ending 2014 at a record high, decision makers opted for new leases over renewals. New leases accounted for 65.0 percent of the top 20 Manhattan leases in 2014, compared to only 25.0 percent in 2013
  • Large leasing activity slowed in 2014 as the top 20 leases totaled
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