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September 27, 2015 | Commercial Observer | Adam Spagnolo

For a younger generation of New York City residents, Brooklyn has been embraced as the place to be: the uber-cool, super-trendy borough. For them, it’s the place they want to live, work and play in.

As far as the city’s commercial real estate community? Well on the whole, it seems like they might not exactly have an understanding of the changing demographic in the borough—in particular, when it comes to transportation trends. For many developers, brokers and tenants, the mindset is that development opportunities can only exist within close proximity to subway lines and Manhattan...

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