West Chelsea's cachet fades; rents plummet

Aron, Laurie Joan
January 2003
Crain's New York Business;1/13/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p28
Reports on the efforts made by landlords in West Chelsea in New York City, New York to cope with the rising vacancy rates in the area. Impact of rising vacancy rates on rents of commercial space in the area; Various concessions landlords are offering to their customers; Types of tenants who are getting attracted to the area.


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