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Manhattan Fast-Casual Restaurants Switch Gears as Office Returns Remain Sluggish

·3 min read

When the coronavirus outbreak first took hold in the U.S., New York City bore the brunt of it. At the same time, office buildings across Manhattan shuttered to workers. All of this upheaval wreaked serious havoc on office REITs (real estate investment trusts) with large concentrations of Manhattan properties.