The Observer Launches Wired City

This week, The New York Observer rolled out a new blog, Wired City, focusing on one of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s

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Wired City.

This week, The New York Observer rolled out a new blog, Wired City, focusing on one of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s signature infrastructure initiatives as he winds down his final term in office: expediting technological upgrades at the city’s office buildings.

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“With the tech sector growing in Midtown South’s Silicon Alley at an unprecedented pace, landlords are increasingly forced to compete with major metropolitan cities to provide 21st century real estate solutions to tenants,” Jotham Sederstrom, editor-in-chief of The Commercial Observer and Wired City, told Politicker.

He added that the current crop of mayoral candidates will also have to make hard choices with regards to the policies surrounding the city’s aging building infrastructure.

“Unfortunately, until now, they haven’t had many resources to draw from to get news on technology and infrastructure,” Mr. Sederstrom said, “which is where we come in.”

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The Observer Launches Wired City