New York City Office Attendance Inching Closer to Pre-Pandemic Levels "Only about 49 percent of workers returned to their desks between Aug. 29 and Sept. 12..." (Commercial Observer)

‘On the move’: New York City subways crack 3.7 million daily riders for first time since COVID "New Yorkers took a record 3.7 million subway trips Wednesday, Sept. 14, the highest number since the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak began in March 2020, transit officials announced Thursday." (amNY)

Manhattan Garage Owners Worry There Won’t Be Enough Cars to Go Around After Congestion Pricing "Now gaining speed, the plan to toll drivers traveling into Manhattan could threaten the existence of several parking facilities south of 60th Street." (THE CITY)

NY's attorney general is eyeing co-living companies as residents complain over 'scam' housing "In interviews with Gothamist, co-living residents described a range of dubious behavior on the part of their property managers, including abrupt lease terminations, poor communication, and fake roommate profiles. Some residents reported finding strangers in their bedrooms – which are banned from having locks – and frustrating encounters with tech platforms masquerading as maintenance supervisors." (Gothamist)

It’s Not Just Manhattan: Rents Are Still Rising Across NYC "Throughout the five boroughs and across the rental market, apartment prices continue to surge, according to an analysis of nearly 390,000 listings over the past three years that online marketplace StreetEasy shared with City Limits." (City Limits)