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New York real estate was on shaky ground last year, as it was among the first epicenters in the U.S. for the Covid-19 pandemic. Stories of New Yorkers fleeing for the suburbs and commercial buildings across Manhattan rapidly shutting down cast a dark shadow on what was once prime real estate, then losing billions of dollars in income.
Many people worried that New York might not recover. Die-hard New Yorkers like comedian Jerry Seinfeld, however, didn’t flinch in the face of a global pandemic. In an op-ed piece for the New York Times, Seinfeld responded to a writer who proclaimed the city was “dead forever,” by stating that the city “will sure as hell be back.”
And he was right. Broadway opened up this month, after being shut…