We reported earlier today on the October rise in Manhattan’s office vacancy rate because of big spaces spilled onto the market and up for lease. These included the old New York Times building at 229 West 43rd Street. Other big spaces that opened up in October include, according to Colliers ABR:
- 763,000 square feet at 190-200 Fifth Avenue (the Toy Building)
- 750,000 square feet at 532-582 Washington Street
- 292,000 square feet at 330 Hudson Street
- 188,000 square feet at 1120 Avenue of the Americas
- 158,000 square feet at One State Street Plaza
- 114,000 square feet at 767 Fifth Avenue (the GM Building)
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