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Special Report Suburban Office Challenging CBD

Midyear 2017

CBD led office recovery. Central Business District office markets garnered attention during the recovery as a variety of large companies announced relocations to downtown areas.More

U.S. Industrial Midyear Outlook

Midyear 2017

National Industrial Index (NII) Major seaport markets dominate the top of the 2017 National Industrial Index, led by Seattle-Tacoma with one of the nation’s lowest anticipated vacancy rates and exceptional rent growth in the sector. Orange County and Los Angeles rode to the top with two of the nation’s busiest seaports, accounting for the lowest availability in the country.More

Atlanta Industrial Research Report

Atlanta Metro Area, Second Half 2017

Vacancy tightens as consumers drive industrial demand. Steady in-migration and a rise in consumer spending across the Southeast are fueling industrial demand in Atlanta as distributors and e-commerce players ramp up activity.More

Baltimore Industrial Research Report

Baltimore Metro Area, Second Half 2017

Supply and demand in balance as development rises. Lying within proximity of several major East Coast metros, industrial assets in Baltimore are performing well.More

Brooklyn Industrial Research Report

Brooklyn Metro Area, Second Half 2017

Pricing pressures reducing industrial demand, prompting tenant outflows to other boroughs. Fueled by more affordable rental rates for apartments, retail and office space than in Manhattan, Brooklyn property prices are rising consistently as demand for space soars.More

Charleston Industrial Research Report

Charleston Metro Area, Second Half 2017

Auto industry and port growth bode well for metro's industrial sector. Deliveries reach a 10-year peak in 2017, due in large part to the completion of a 1 million-squarefoot production plant for Mercedes Benz in Ladson.More