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Atlanta Office Market Report

Office
Second Quarter 2018 Outlook

Rising office construction edges up vacancy in suburban Atlanta. Employment growth above the national average has underpinned healthy office demand the past five years, plummeting vacancy nearly 400 basis points since 2011.More

Austin Office Market Report

Office
Second Quarter 2018 Outlook

Deliveries rise; speculative projects scheduled for completion. Several companies are expanding in Austin, leasing office space and placing downward pressure on vacancy for a fourth consecutive year in March.More

Bay Area Office Market Report

Office
Second Quarter 2018 Outlook

Low unemployment, expanding corporations driving tight marketplace. Benefiting from a host of Fortune 500 companies and a vibrant startup scene, the Bay Area metros have witnessed an upswing in office demand throughout the current cycle.More

Boston Office Market Report

Office
Second Quarter 2018 Outlook

Corporate expansions benefit office vacancy, boosting asking rent. The numerous colleges and universities in the Boston metro supply the area with a workforce that is diverse for several industries and highly skilled.More

Chicago Office Market Report

Office
Second Quarter 2018 Outlook

Vacancy plummets in Downtown Chicago as companies continue to expand their presence. Chicago’s vibrant urban core boasts a lifestyle attractive to many young professionals, motivating many corporations to expand their workforces, boding well for office property performance.More

Dallas/Fort Worth Office Market Report

Office
Second Quarter 2018 Outlook

Corporate growth drives demand for quality space, fueling construction. Increased population growth of the 20-to-34-year-old age cohort and strong net migration lure companies and drive expansions in the Metroplex.More