The Mile-High City has enjoyed a revival this year in its 106-million-sq.-ft. office market. The city experienced an influx of professional jobs, helping bring its unemployment rate down to 5.3 percent. Energy and tech companies are driving demand for CBD office space and rents are increasing at a quick clip. However, this has meant good deals on office space are harder to find, leading to a 28 percent drop in leasing from the first quarter, according to a second quarter report by commercial ... Freemium Content

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