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The Real Deal
October 30, 2014

Technology, advertising and media companies are moving to Downtown Manhattan in increasingly large numbers. The number of companies in those fields with offices in Lower Manhattan is up 71 percent over the past five years, according to the Wall Street Journal. One of the biggest deals in the sector is Condé Nast’s move to One World Trade Center next week. For creative firms, the neighborhood below Chambers Street has emerged as a cheaper alternative to Chelsea and Soho, where rents are rising. Read More

The Wall Street Journal
October 29, 2014

Neighborhoods from the Garment District to downtown Brooklyn have billed themselves as New York City’s next tech and creative hub. Now lower Manhattan is bolstering its claim with data showing the number of employees in the coveted fields increased 71% in the past five years. Read More