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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Phoenix 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

Phoenix 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 19, 2018

Availability has slowly started to increase as the pace of larger corporate relocations slows and new construction activity heats up. Tenants are finding a few more options in the Central Corridor and Camelback Corridor.

 
 
 
National 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

National 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 18, 2018

Flexibility has been a prominent feature in this cycle. Landlords in many markets are being more accommodating for a number of reasons – including space densification, the proliferation of flexible office space and a significant jump in tenant expectations. Similarly, as more employers struggle to find qualified employers, they are displaying flexibility and creativity in their hiring process.

 
 
 
Boston 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

Boston 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 17, 2018

Tenants requiring space in Cambridge, the Back Bay and surrounding submarkets face a shortage of big blocks in premier buildings. Smaller and mid-sized tenants are not as strapped for space options, but they can still expect very elevated rents.

 
 
 
Houston 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

Houston 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 17, 2018

Enjoying ample space options and generous concessions, tenants in the Houston region are displaying both restraint and a moderate flight-to-quality. Propped up by record concessions, rental rates in the CBD are holding up. Availability rates in West Houston remain at multi-year highs, compelling landlords to be very accommodating.

 
 
 
Los Angeles 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

Los Angeles 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 17, 2018

Leasing activity continues to diverge widely from one market to the next. Traditional space occupiers in Downtown are still restraining their demand. On the Westside, tenants are pushing to new emerging micro-districts, and aggressively pursuing space.

 
 
 
Philadelphia 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

Philadelphia 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 17, 2018

A group of tenants seeking between 50,000-125,000 sf has caused the market to evaluate and pause, to see where the chips will fall, as these tenants patiently select locations.

 
 
 
San Francisco 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

San Francisco 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 17, 2018

Facebook’s aggressive lease of the entirety of Park Tower at Transbay leaves the market with essentially no new space options until early 2022. Changes in the economy and in development restrictions could change conditions well before then, though.

 
 
 
Baltimore 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

Baltimore 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 16, 2018

A handful of areas stand out as outperforming others in terms of sustained leasing and limited availability – the micro-district surrounding Pratt Street Corridor, the greater Central Business District of Baltimore and new amenity-laden product in Howard County. In the balance of the market, demand is a bit choppier, creating favorable terms for tenants.

 
 
 
Dallas Fort Worth 2018 Q2 Market Report

Dallas Fort Worth 2018 Q2 Market Report

July 16, 2018

The region’s potent construction sector is ramping up. Ambitious projects are no longer being pursued in just North Dallas and Uptown, but in Downtown’s East Quarter and Tarrant County as well. This development puts pressure on owners in older buildings to make significant upgrades to their assets to stay relevant.

 
 
 
Manhattan 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

Manhattan 2018 Q2 Office Market Report

July 16, 2018

Even as WeWork and other shared office providers absorb commodity space, many landlords are still saddled with space on lower floors. The only way to lease these less appealing floors in a competitive market is to be aggressive with pricing.

 
 
 

Key contacts

Keith DeCoster

Director of U.S. Real Estate Analytics

+1 212 326 1023

+1 212 326 1023