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Technology Firms Help Austin Become a Favorite Secondary Office Market
Tech knowledge firms and start-ups dominate the local leasing activity, and the city is in the top 10 for patent applications in the country.
Industrial Construction Hits Highest Quarterly Volume on Record 1
The industrial market resurgence can be tracked to two simple fundamentals.
The Capitol Has No Clothes: Why Tenant Reps Want the Truth Out About D.C.
The amount of available space in the D.C. market is at about 13.6 million sq. ft., more than double the amount of space available 10 years ago.
Conversion Wars: Industrial Users Battle with Office Developers for Available Sites
Currently, available industrial supply isn’t coming close to meeting the appetite from new tenants.
Overbuilding Likely as Demand for Seniors Housing Stalls
A significant amount of new supply will likely come on-line by the end of 2016, a fact now causing some concern in the industry.
Office Developers Hold Off on Speculative Construction for Now
Office developers are watching constructions costs rise and sensing some lingering caution from corporate leasing teams.
Part 1: Office Sentiment Beginning to Turn?
Industry pros expect continued improvement in the office sector.
Part 2: Keeping the Deal Flow Going
Respondents think further cap rate compression is unlikely in the office sector.
Part 3: Urban vs. Suburban
Respondents were also asked about the outlook for CBD office properties in comparison to suburban complexes.
Part 4: No Worries on Overbuilding
Survey respondents said the level of development is about right for the office sector.
Part 5: Taking Space
Respondents remain bullish on the outlook for office occupancies.
Five Fastest-Growing U.S. Ports by Volume 1
A few industry experts have speculated that the $6.9 billion Panama Canal expansion opening in June will further expand commerce to the East and Gulf Coasts.
Demand for Hotel Rooms Should Mute the Impact of Record Construction Levels
Annual occupancy is also near record levels, according to a new report from brokerage firm Marcus & Millichap, and is expected to increase 30 basis points this year to 65.9 percent.
L.A. Port Bounces Back from 2015 Strike with Record Cargo Volume 1
The L.A. port isn’t suffering today, as it recently announced its busiest quarter ever during the first three months of 2016.
Industrial Tenants Favor Newly Constructed Facilities 1
U.S. industrial net absorption activity in the first quarter was dominated by move-ins to facilities that were built in the past 27 months.
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