Hedge funds were supposed to be the saviors of the higher-end Manhattan office market as the credit crunch and the financial crisis claimed Class A leasers like Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns and Merrill Lynch, and generally contracted what had been a boom real estate sector.
Now, according to Real Estate Weekly, these saviors are starting to pull back. Reporter Daniel Geiger cites several hedge funds that are either shedding space, subleasing it, or edging toward one of the two. These include: read more »
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