People may have fled the Big Apple during the height of the pandemic, but the city appears to have welcomed back most of the residents it lost. New York City has seen a net gain of move-ins since July when compared to 2019 levels, according to a report from City Comptroller Scott Stringer. The data suggest about three-quarters of those who left during the pandemic have been regained or replaced. The data, based on change-of-address
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