The vacancy rate is inching upward and rents are sliding downward. The city has been particularly hard hit by the shrinking of the financial services industry, which, much like in Midtown Manhattan, had been a primary driver of growth.
In the first quarter of this year the vacancy rate was 9. While it is diversifying slightly, Mr. Sammons said, a number of new blocks of space have come on the market, posing a challenge.
This includes nearlysquare feet at 10 Exchange Place, where a number of full-floor tenants have leases expiring in the first quarter of next year, andsquare feet at Washington Boulevard as a sublet from UBS Paine Webber, fo is downsizing. Goldman Sachs is also considering subletting several hundred thousand square feet of space that it reportedly has never occupied at its building at 30 Lookin for a Jersey City with curves Street, Mr.
Sammons said. Darby was arrested by other officers behind 18 Emory Curfes about 4: He was charged with aggravated assault, drinking in public and resisting arrest.
The arrest took place a few blocks from the police station, which is in the Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood on the city's west. Darby's lawyer, Thomas M.
DeLuca, said today that arresting officers kicked his client in the head and hit him with nightsticks. Darby hurt.