New York City had its busiest in-office week since the start of the pandemic in February. Office occupancy in the city clocked in at 52.1% for the seven-day period ending Feb. 7, up 1.1% from the week prior and exceeding the previous record of 51.4%, which the city hit in early December. The data comes from real estate technology firm Kastle Systems, which tracks badge swipes at commercial office buildings in 10 major U.S. cities.

Source: Crain’s New York Business

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