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The Empty Storefronts in New York City

It is the economically rational thing to do. Market forces are adjusting and prices are falling. In fact, the Real Estate Board of New York’s latest retail report shows rents softening by 25 percent along the same Bleecker Street corridor cited by The Times.

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