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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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

 
 
 
Atlanta 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

Atlanta 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

July 18, 2017

Leasing has retreated to levels that are more on par with the market’s long-term average. Tenants remain quite active, though – particularly in the highest-caliber properties within the Urban Core and newer suburban properties that have prime access to MARTA.

 
 
 
 
 
Minneapolis Market Snapshot 1Q 2017

Minneapolis Market Snapshot 1Q 2017

June 21, 2017

The Minneapolis office market ended Q1 2017 with an availability rate of 13.8%.  The rate is unchanged from the previous quarter’s rate of 13.8% but decreased from the rate one year ago (14.6%).  Class A properties reported an availability rate of 15.2% for the quarter, which increased from the previous quarter (15.0%), but decreased from the rate of 15.5% twelve months ago.  Leasing activity for the quarter (0.89 msf) was down from the previous quarter (1.51 msf) and down relative to leasing activity for the same period last year (1.59 msf).

 
 
 

Little Change to DC Fundamentals, Demand Remains Restrained

June 19, 2017

The first quarter of 2017 brought little change to overall market fundamentals in the DC region. Activity in the District itself dropped considerably compared to this time last year, and while Northern Virginia did see a much needed demand boost from Nestle’s relocation commitment, it is still just a small dent in record-high availability. Tenants coming to market will continue to achieve flexible deals and peak concessions now – and for the foreseeable future.

 
 
 
San Diego 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

San Diego 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

June 08, 2017

San Diego's office market may be losing momentum. Following a trend seen in many markets, leasing activity in San Diego has cooled recently. More restrained demand among life sciences and biotech firms has taken some of the edge out of leasing activity.

 
 
 

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