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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Denver 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Denver 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 16, 2017

Movement to new product such as 1144 15th, and a focus on space densification across the market, continues to open up blocks of space in older properties. The availability of big blocks in micro-markets such as Uptown is creating leverage for tenants. These locations can also provide significantly lower operating expenses, further reducing cost relative to new construction

 
 
 
Tampa 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Tampa 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 16, 2017

Tenants pursuing quality office space will need to start their search early. Sustained payroll expansion and steady leasing continue to deplete space options. The diminishing availability for larger occupiers is particularly acute

 
 
 
Philadelphia 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Philadelphia 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 13, 2017

Increasing sales activity coupled with the development of new retail and office product underscores the continued strength of office markets both within Center City and select suburban submarkets

 
 
 
Houston 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Houston 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 11, 2017

The people of Houston endured and persevered against Hurricane Harvey with a uniquely Texan resiliency. For many, life is back to normal, while for others normalcy is in the far distance. Similarly, much of the office market was unaffected by the storm event, although complete recovery for some buildings is still days or months away

 
 
 
Los Angeles 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Los Angeles 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 11, 2017

Leasing has normalized in West Los Angeles—particularly in areas such as Playa Vista and Hollywood that registered very heated activity in 2015 and 2016. Concessions remain very building and landlord specific. A few landlords are boosting tenant improvement allowances as they see space sit vacant for an extended period, though

 
 
 
Atlanta 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Atlanta 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 09, 2017

Atlanta's thriving tech sector was very active this summer, with deals completed in multiple submarkets. As the region's connection to sectors such as fintech expands, the market will need to keep a watch on any signs of overlap between competing firms

 
 
 
Austin 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Austin 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 09, 2017

In a market nearing the top of the cycle, a few major mega-deals demonstrated that demand has not dwindled for Austin office space

 
 
 
Boston 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Boston 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 09, 2017

Broad based hiring activity among established tech heavyweights, and a diverse set of startups in emerging sectors such as artificial intelligence and data analytics, continues to drive hiring and leasing growth in the Boston region. Most of these firms consider the cost of real estate secondary to competition for talent, but some price resistance is appearing in Back Bay and other top-tier corporate office buildings

 
 
 
Charlotte 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Charlotte 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 09, 2017

Hiring and leasing has moderated in several major U.S. markets in the last few quarters. Charlotte is not among them – corporate relocation activity has picked back up and leasing in Southend and Uptown has been very brisk, presenting tenants with a challenging environment

 
 
 
Chicago Central Business District 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

Chicago Central Business District 2017 Q3 Office Market Report

October 09, 2017

The third quarter brought some substantial moves by tenants. These were accompanied by significant changes in building ownership. Tenant demands for the workplace and landlord investment strategies both continue to shift

 
 
 

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