Applying the same 120-minute commute to center city of Philadelphia, Albany, New Haven, and Hartford we find considerable areas of overlap — and likely future competition — in the labor market area defined by these extreme hybrid commutes.
Midtown's hybrid advantage is not exclusive.
The same dynamics also create the potential for increased competition from lower-cost urban centers in the Northeast.
AND HYBRID WORK WILL BRING MIDTOWN INTO MORE DIRECT COMPETITION WITH LOWER-COST CENTERS throughout THE NORTHEAST.
Expanded 120-minute commute rings from Philadelphia, Albany, New Haven, and Hartford could bring these cities' central business districts into direct competition with Midtown for workers