Manhattan Apartment Rents Plunge 10% in Pandemic-Fueled Exodus
City skyline views from a house listed at US$ 5.49 million are seen in San Francisco, California, U.S. (Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

Manhattan Apartment Rents Plunge 10% in Pandemic-Fueled Exodus

(Bloomberg) -- Manhattan apartment rents plunged last month by the most in nearly nine years. That’s only one sign of weakness for the borough’s leasing market.
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