New York City REIT: Improvements Made But Still Unimpressive

Summary

  • New York City REIT has shown some signs of improvement, but the overall picture for the company remains questionable.
  • Low occupancy rates and negative cash flows are proving to be a challenge for shareholders.
  • On the whole, the company is still not a great prospect to consider at this point in time.
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One of the premier property markets in the country, if not the world, especially when it comes to office properties, is New York City. The Big Apple has, for centuries, been growing into the behemoth that it is today. It stands to reason, then, that some of the best

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