Third quarter data from Cushman & Wakefield suggest that Manhattan’s commercial real estate market continues to improve, with leasing activity rising 9.7% year-to-year. The city also posted an overall vacancy rate of 10.6%, well below the national average of 13.5%, brokers said at a breakfast briefing last week.

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