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    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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    New York City Market Report Q4 2017

    New York City Market Report Q4 2017

    January 19, 2018

    The supply-demand dynamic will continue to favor most tenants next year. Firms pursuing space upgrades stand to gain the most from record-setting improvement allowances.

     
     
     
    Philadelphia Market Report Q4 2017

    Philadelphia Market Report Q4 2017

    January 19, 2018

    Philadelphia’s office leasing ended strong for the year, and should continue to move forward in the same manner throughout 2018.

     
     
     
    Atlanta Market Report Q4 2017

    Atlanta Market Report Q4 2017

    January 18, 2018

    Atlanta continues to transform into a city of the future. As the tech sector expands and the supply of office space tightens, rents continue to reach record highs. This is forcing tenants to innovate not only technologically but also with their real estate solutions. With this we are seeing growth in the use of co-working space as well as adaptive re-use properties.

     
     
     
    Charlotte Market Report Q4 2017

    Charlotte Market Report Q4 2017

    January 18, 2018

    After a turbulent start to the year, leasing activity resumed its steady course as 2017 progressed. Expansion among local firms and the influx of businesses from higher-cost markets supported solid demand for talent and office space across the region.

     
     
     
    Seattle 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    Seattle 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    August 01, 2017

    Tenants expanding in the heart of Seattle’s tech districts must expect a vigorous competition for talent and space to house them. Those that can base operation in Seattle’s CBD or in more peripheral suburban locations have a few more options. Expanding sublet availabilities can also be a solution for some firms

     
     
     
    Atlanta 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    Atlanta 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    July 28, 2017

    Tenants have different geographic preferences, but regardless of locations many firms in Atlanta are willing to pay a premium for three things: cutting-edge and distinctive amenities, shorter commute times and flexible/efficient space

     
     
     
    Baltimore 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    Baltimore 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    July 28, 2017

    Baltimore’s office market seems to be facing a bit of a space mismatch. Tenants can find ample space options in most suburban submarkets, but larger tenants will face more challenges along Pratt Street as well as the micro-markets that tech firms prefer such as Fell’s Point and Camden

     
     
     
    Chicago CBD 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    Chicago CBD 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    July 28, 2017

    Availability continued to increase in the second quarter. Newly constructed buildings have set the stage for another round of office moves, while also adding pressure on landlords in existing buildings to increase their tenant retention efforts

     
     
     
    Chicago Suburbs 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    Chicago Suburbs 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    July 28, 2017

    Building sales continue to set the stage for overdue renovations or more extensive repositioning. Tenants have high expectations both in terms of amenities and incentives as they pick through what remains a relatively deep pool of space options

     
     
     
    Dallas Fort Worth 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    Dallas Fort Worth 2017 Q2 Office Market Report

    July 28, 2017

    Landlords with Class B/B+ assets are shifting from an assumption that tenants will come to them, to more aggressive marketing efforts to bring traffic to their buildings. Landlords have a heightened sense of a closing window and are trying to capture demand while there is still growth in this cycle

     
     
     

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