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Baltimore 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

Baltimore 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

May 11, 2017

Tenants are reluctant to incur relocation and build-out costs. Owners continue to encounter price resistance. Landlords know they must remain competitive to lease space in this climate – some are boosting improvement allowances, others are agreeing to lease restructures.

 
 
 
Boston 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

Boston 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

May 11, 2017

The willingness of tenants in Boston to pay for quality space may be finding its limit at the very top of the market. Buildings in Back Bay are having some difficulty leasing space as tenants look for alternatives in Seaport and other areas.

 
 
 
Dallas Forth Woth 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

Dallas Forth Woth 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

May 11, 2017

Workplace strategy and design trends continue to reflect the preferences of millenials and the rapidly expanding tech sector. Open layouts and amenities that encourage collaboration underscore their growing acceptance. The willingness of landlords to accommodate some trends may be reaching a limit, though.

 
 
 
Denver 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

Denver 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

May 11, 2017

Leasing activity in Downtown Denver has been operating on two different tracks in 2015 and 2016 – although momentum has been sustained in LoDo/Union Station, it has been weak across Uptown and Midtown. In the first few months of the year, though, demand has accelerated across more of the region. Suburban leasing has been strong, including in the Southeast suburbs where several corporate relocations have taken place.

 
 
 
Houston 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

Houston 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

May 11, 2017

Multiple numeric indicators point toward a continued supply-demand imbalance throughout the rest of 2017. This quarter, the Class A sector surpassed 30.0% availability for the first time. Landlords also face the prospects of a large amount of sublet space coming back to them as direct space in the next 24 months.

 
 
 
San Francisco 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

San Francisco 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

May 11, 2017

Expansion by relative newcomers such as Slack, and heavyweights such as Google for the time being continues to mask any underlying volatility and challenges – particularly rising labor and occupancy costs – facing a wide array of firms in the region.

 
 
 
Seattle 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

Seattle 2017 Q1 Office Market Report

May 11, 2017

A confluence of factors is fueling robust demand for Seattle's office product from tenants and investors - chief among them Amazon's thirst for space. A macro view of the market suggests that demand is outpacing supply. Despite these challenges, astute firms that do not over-react have been able to find options and opportunities within micro-markets. "

 
 
 
Office Employment Growth Continues, But 3-Month Average Drops to 11-Month Low

Office Employment Growth Continues, But 3-Month Average Drops to 11-Month Low

May 05, 2017

Although April’s jobs report exceeded expectations, revisions to the prior data tempered some of the labor market optimism.

 
 
 
Atlanta 2017 SERI Report

Atlanta 2017 SERI Report

May 02, 2017

Office-using employment in the Atlanta region posted a solid 3.1% increase during 2016. Class A deal volume in the Urban Core – Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead – totaled 1.8 msf in 2016, compared to 1.2 msf in 2015. Tenants seeking larger blocks of space in Buckhead have a very limited set of options. Landlords in Midtown have also become increasingly bullish as the burgeoning local tech sector expands.

 
 
 
Chicago 2017 SERI Report

Chicago 2017 SERI Report

May 02, 2017

Office-using employment rose by only 1.2% in the region in 2016. The subpar hiring has been offset by continued relocations by suburban companies Downtown. Deal volume exceeded 10.0 msf for the second straight year. Even so, the delivery of several newly constructed buildings has opened up some space options and contributed to a 200 basis point jump in Downtown’s Class A availability rate during 2016.

 
 
 

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