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San Francisco’s office vacancies have climbed to a record and are now more than six times their pre-pandemic level, highlighting the tech hub’s ongoing economic struggles.
The city’s office-vacancy rate reached 25.5% at the end of September, up from 20% a year earlier, according to real estate brokerage CBRE Group Inc. At the start of the pandemic, it was around 4%.


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