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nutcracker recipe ny The coworking industry, one of many to seize on that appeal, is a big buyer of commercial real estate in terms of leasing and growth—WeWork was Manhattan's second-biggest private office tenant as of March, according to brokerage Cushman & Wakefield, and it might take the top spot soon if a pending lease at 1 World Trade Center pans out. NoMad is clearly sharing in that success.
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