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Big Tech’s NYC Land Grab, by the Numbers

The tech giants are turning into giant landlords

1.6 Million — How many square feet of office space Amazon, Apple, and Facebook have bought or leased in NYC this year.

1.6 million square feet: That’s how much Big Tech’s real estate footprint in New York City has expanded since the beginning of 2020. Amazon, Apple, and Facebook have all bought or leased large swathes of office space in the city this year, much of it during…




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