NYC offices reach milestone since pandemic shutdown with 40% occupancy
It took more than two years for companies to begin summoning their employees out of their pajamas and back into the office, and now it looks like landlords have something to celebrate.
Since the March 2020 COVID-19 shutdown, New York City’s recovery reached a milestone for the first time, as office occupancy topped 40% in the past week, according to Kastle Back to Work Barometer data reported by The City.
Specifically, office attendance jumped nearly 5% from the previous week. The numbers come as COVID cases in the city have...