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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San Francisco 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

San Francisco 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 15, 2018

With few larger blocks of prime Class A space remaining for lease, deal volume dropped slightly from the strong second-quarter volume. Availability still posted a sharp decrease. Smaller startups continue to seek out alternatives to the market, though, raising concerns about the depletion of San Francisco’s entrepreneurial base.

 
 
 
Silicon Valley 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Silicon Valley 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 15, 2018

The Valley's steady streak of major leases continued in the third quarter as new developments such as Coleman Highline and Santana Row captured additional activity from major tenants. Even as larger firms boost activity the flow of smaller businesses out of the market is a growing concern.

 
 
 
Chicago CBD 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Chicago CBD 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 12, 2018

Push to New Territory

 
 
 
Baltimore 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Baltimore 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 10, 2018

Demand for office space, from both investors and buyers, remains choppy. Fully leased newer assets with proximity to mass transit continue to garner the strongest demand as well as elevated rent and pricing. Older buildings scattered across the region are struggling to maintain leasing velocity.

 
 
 
Chicago Suburbs 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Chicago Suburbs 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 10, 2018

The current market offers both tenants and investors some strong opportunities. Asking rent growth has levelled off, even in stronger areas such as O’Hare and Oak Brook. Similarly, excluding the most stable AAA assets, buyers can still find reasonably priced assets for sale.

 
 
 
Houston 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Houston 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 10, 2018

Tenants across a wide set of industries continue to carefully assess the ample array of options available to them in this market. Sublet supply pushed higher in the quarter, but with oil and gas prices rising steadily, there is a sense that the local economy has turned the corner. In turn, the recent flight to quality is likely to continue in the coming quarters.

 
 
 
Atlanta 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Atlanta 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 08, 2018

A relative low cost of doing business and access to premium tech and engineering talent has helped Atlanta continue as a top destination for companies across the globe to relocate and expand operations. While this influx of business is beneficial for the success of the city as a whole, it is causing occupiers to become more creative than ever to stay ahead of a tightening market.

 
 
 
Los Angeles 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Los Angeles 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 08, 2018

Tenants continue to seek out and find alternative locations to lease space. The South Bay area continues to see a jump in rent. Investors have also followed suit, targeting many properties that are ideal for creative office space conversions.

 
 
 
Raleigh 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Raleigh 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 05, 2018

“Availability and vacany rates throughout the Triangle remain low and rental rates are pushing higher due to the lack of available space for medium to larger users.”

 
 
 
Austin 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

Austin 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

October 04, 2018

There seems to be no end in sight for demand for space, particularly new product, from top tech firms. Facebook, HomeAway and others dipped further into the next wave of proposed buildings, increasing the possibility that massive projects such as Broadmoor could get started in this cycle.

 
 
 

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Keith DeCoster

Director of U.S. Real Estate Analytics

+1 212 326 1023

+1 212 326 1023