- 06 Jan 2021 18:02
Back to the OP for a minute.
"Location, location, location", we've all heard, NYC has it.
NYC has been around for centuries, and has had many ups and downs. Manhattan was once the beating heart of the city, but the rich took it over, and the skyrocketing rents pushed most away.
In time, they will come back. For example, you have a part in a play, if the rents come down enough, do you want a 15 minute commute, or an hour (or more) commute. They didn't have a choice before, they do now.
The question to me is how long it will take, and what form it will take. No doubt it will be a changed place. But, in the long run, it may be better for it.
Facts have a well known liberal bias