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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Charlotte 2018 Q1 Market Report

Charlotte 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 23, 2018

Despite some recent pullback in hiring by financial firms, demand for newer and quality corporate office product in Charlotte has been relatively steady. At the same time, activity in Charlotte's emerging startup scene is also supporting leasing in converted warehouses.

 
 
 
San Francisco 2018 Q1 Market Report

San Francisco 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 23, 2018

Leasing paused in the first quarter, with only one lease exceeding 100,000 sf signed. Nevertheless, space options remain very limited, particularly for the market's biggest tenants. Last year’s scrum for space left the market’s new development pipeline nearly stripped bare of big block options.

 
 
 
Seattle 2018 Q1 Market Report

Seattle 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 23, 2018

There was no relief in the challenging conditions that larger tenants continue to face in Downtown Seattle and Bellevue. The supply shortage is not as acute in suburban Seattle. Additionally, smaller tenants still have more options to consider even in prime CBD properties. Meanwhile, potential passage of an employee head tax could create more impetus for tenants, including Amazon, to consider leasing in Bellevue or Tacoma.

 
 
 
National 2018 Q1 Market Report

National 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 21, 2018

Confidence among U.S. businesses and households is as strong as it has been at any point in this recovery. Reduced corporate taxes and a relaxed regulatory environment are supporting more aggressive investment in R&D, construction and payroll growth. As companies and families go about their business and daily lives, they watch Washington warily – looking to see if additional stimulus is to come or if more divisive measures are enacted.

 
 
 
Baltimore 2018 Q1 Market Report

Baltimore 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 18, 2018

Baltimore’s economy and office market continue to display signs of an uneven recovery. Job growth has been sustained in healthcare as well as logistics and distribution, but hiring has lacked consistency in core office-using sectors. Additionally, a few areas including Pratt Street, Howard County and Annapolis have captured the most dynamic leasing, outperforming more erratic leasing in the balance of the market.

 
 
 
Boston 2018 Q1 Market Report

Boston 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 18, 2018

Boston's economy and office market has taken a different route in this cycle, deviating from the weak population and job growth displayed in many older Northeast and Midwest metros - and locally during prior cycles. This time has truly been different for Boston. The willingness of many companies to pay top dollar for Boston's expertise in a wide variety of high-tech sectors has been a game-changer.

 
 
 
Los Angeles 2018 Q1 Market Report

Los Angeles 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 18, 2018

Several larger leases among top tech firms has kept deal volume relatively steady in West Los Angeles. Demand for production space in Culver City has been particularly brisk. In contrast, activity Downtown remains subdued.

 
 
 
Phoenix 2018 Q1 Market Report

Phoenix 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 18, 2018

Job growth in core office-using sectors remained on a slower track in the last several quarters. The number of massive corporate relocations and 100,000-sf- plus leases has also dropped off. Despite this recent moderation, availability has increased only slightly in select submarkets — controlled construction has been a factor.

 
 
 
Rahleigh/Durham 2018 Q1 Market Report

Rahleigh/Durham 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 18, 2018

The Triangle's economy is among a handful of front running tech-fueled markets that have outperformed nearly all others nationally. Despite strong growth in residential and commercial rent, Raleigh/Durham is much more reasonably priced than its tech counterparts.

 
 
 
San Diego 2018 Q1 Market Report

San Diego 2018 Q1 Market Report

May 18, 2018

San Diego’s office and economy continue on a steady growth path. Leasing has not been off the charts, but with one of the most restrained development pipelines in the nation and sustained demand from healthcare, biopharm and software firms, larger tenants seeking quality blocks of space in prime locations face challenging conditions.

 
 
 

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Keith DeCoster

Director of U.S. Real Estate Analytics

+1 212 326 1023

+1 212 326 1023