Office Market Reports

Our quarterly Office Markets Reports are an in-depth compilation of office leasing statistics and trends, major transactions, submarket comparisons, employment trends, and investment and development trends.

Market Snapshot Reports provide market overviews, statistics, trends and recent transactions specific to over a dozen US Markets.

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Baltimore 2017 Q4 Market Report

Baltimore 2017 Q4 Market Report

February 16, 2018

Baltimore's office market continues to offer tenants a wide range of office product, ranging from premier newer buildings to more reasonably priced suburban office space. Availability tightened in a handful of areas as tenants targeted high-quality newer office product. Several significant redevelopment projects such as Port Covington and Columbia Town Center will open up more opportunities in the coming quarters. 

 
 
 
South Florida Q4 2017 Office Market Report

South Florida Q4 2017 Office Market Report

February 16, 2018

Following trends seen across many U.S. markets, South Florida's office market posted steady leasing over the last four quarters. Consistent demand, coupled with constrained construction activity, creates challenges for larger tenants seeking qualiy space.   

 
 
 
Los Angeles Q4 2017 Market Report

Los Angeles Q4 2017 Market Report

February 09, 2018

A market reduction in the number of larger leases, particularly by tech and entertainment companies, kept leasing activity under its long-term average during the second half of the year. As demand slows across more of the market, tenants are finding a few more space options even in West Los Angeles.

 
 
 
National 2017 Q4 Market Report

National 2017 Q4 Market Report

February 09, 2018

Employers continue to cater to the tastes and preferences of talent. So too are office landlords. Generous concessions are no longer enough to capture and lure tenants. In a world of reduced demand, asset differentiation is critical. Savvy owners are adding shared amenities in the building and space buildout that enhance the comfort, convenience and productivity of their tenants, and their employees.

 
 
 
Austin 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

Austin 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

January 30, 2018

Although there are some signs that payroll expansion among profesional/business services slowing, Austin's tech sector is more than making up for the reduced demand. Tenants seeking high-quality space in core locations will need to start their search early and be aggressigve during 2018.

 
 
 
Boston 2017 Q4 Market Report

Boston 2017 Q4 Market Report

January 30, 2018

Employees continue to pile into the Boston region. Wage growth and retention of college graduates is boosting the region's labor force, which is in very high demand. Appetite for talent and space among relative newcomers such as Amazon and Alexion Pharmaceuticals are a sign of continued demand for 2018.

 
 
 
Northern New Jersey 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

Northern New Jersey 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

January 24, 2018

Tenants continue to capitalize on a variety of space options across the entire market. Locations that were very active in 2015 and 2016 – such as the Hudson Waterfront and Short Hills – have become softer in 2017. This should create more opportunity for tenants next year.”

 
 
 
San Diego 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

San Diego 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

January 24, 2018

Tenants face challenging conditions in many core submarkets including Downtown San Diego and UTC. Companies can find some soft spots, but steady demand and negligible construction have spurred rental rate growth and reduced concessions across much of the market."

 
 
 
Tampa Bay Market Report Q4 2017

Tampa Bay Market Report Q4 2017

January 24, 2018

Demand from locally-based companies and businesses relocating from other markets continues to outpace the modest delivery of new product. Tenants are likely to face additional rental rate hikes in the coming year.

 
 
 
Washington DC 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

Washington DC 2017 Q4 Office Market Report

January 24, 2018

Some tightening can be seen in suburban submarkets with access to transit, amenities and walkability, yet the District’s availability remains at its highest since 2010. Lingering vacancies, large tenant shifts, and continued downsizing have kept existing options plentiful. With more than 12 msf of office space delivered this year and currently under construction, opportunities in the region are only continuing to grow. We expect to see a tenant-favorable market continue well into the foreseeable future.

 
 
 

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