Raleigh Durham Office Sector Report (Q3 2016) (PDF)

Savills Studley Reports - Q3 2016 (Raleigh-Durham)

The Triangle is starting to feel the impact of a modest pullback by some tech firms and recent M&A activity in the pharma sector. It remains to be seen if this is just a natural moderation in demand or the leading edge of a market correction.


Raleigh-Durham Retail Snapshot Q1 2015 (PDF)

The Raleigh-Durham retail market (Neighborhood & Community Shopping Centers) ended Q1 2015 with a vacancy rate of 8.5%. The rate decreased from the previous quarter’s rate of 9.0% and decreased from the rate one year ago (9.5%). Neighborhood Shopping Centers reported a vacancy rate of 8.8% for the quarter, which decreased from the rate of 9.7% twelve months ago. Meanwhile, Community Shopping Centers reported a vacancy rate of 8.3% for the quarter, which decreased from the rate of 9.3% twelve months ago.


Raleigh Office Market Snapshot (Q2 2016) (PDF)

The Raleigh office market ended Q2 2016 with an availability rate of 13.2%. The rate decreased from the previous quarter’s rate of 12.8% but decreased from the rate one year ago (14.3%).

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