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As a result, we had several phone calls from those with physical challenges such as Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Arthritis and Cancer who wanted to take advantage of exercise.
Companies that take advantage of those fluctuations often have more favorable outcomes with reduced energy costs.
A huge number of foreign and domestic retailers are either entering the New York market for the first time or leasing multiple locations in order to take advantage of one of the best environments for tenants in recent memory.