Goldman Sachs Eyes Move to Florida From NYC

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Gold­man Sachs is eying a move to Flori­da for one of its key divi­sions — in what could be yet anoth­er major blow to New York City’s posi­tion at the helm of the finan­cial indus­try, a new report says.

The finan­cial titan is con­sid­er­ing relo­cat­ing its $8 bil­lion-rev­enue-gen­er­at­ing asset-man­age­ment arm to Palm Beach Coun­ty or Fort Laud­erdale, check­ing out poten­tial real estate, chat­ting up local offi­cials and weigh­ing the Sun­shine State’s tax advan­tages, sources told Bloomberg.

The poten­tial devel­op­ment comes on the heels of sev­er­al oth­er invest­ment com­pa­nies mov­ing from the Big Apple to down South — and bat­ter­ing New York’s bot­tom line with the loss of white-col­lar jobs.

There is now the most office space emp­ty in Man­hat­tan since right after 9/11, Bloomberg said.

As The Post report­ed in October, …


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