New York City is a bustling marketing for commercial real estate. The sheer number of businesses and small density make it the most expensive place in the country to lease office, retail, or industrial space.
With its unique diversity of building types, and worldly tenant base, greater New York City is a the number one market in the United States. Manhattan is the nation’s largest single office market with 450 million square feet of space. Manhattan’s office inventory is greater than the next five largest U.S. markets combined and features some of the world’s most recognized skyscrapers.
In 2005 there were six hundred and two (602) headquarter operations for major companies in the New York City. Many multinational corporations are headquartered in the city, including more Fortune 500 companies than anywhere else in the United States. Out of the five hundred corporations in the United States with the largest revenues in 2010, 45 had headquarters in New York City.
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