Despite bleak real-estate market, signs of hope are building

New York City’s pandemic-battered property world resembles a nerve-wracking “seesaw” of “flights and drops,” as Henry James wrote of his neurotic protagonist’s mood in “The Turn of the Screw.” With any luck, Gotham will come through in better shape than James’ tragic heroine. On the dark side, office towers hit a near-historic high vacancy rate… Continue reading at New York Post