Posts Tagged ‘construction’
Office overall absorption in Mexico City has consistently surpassed completions in recent years. However, new delivery records will be broken in 2015, which points to a possible turning point in office real estate indicators. In the first quarter of this year, the overall vacancy rate was up by 7.9% when compared with that of the […]
Industrial construction activity in Atlanta increased dramatically in 2014 ending the year with more than 15 million square feet of inventory under construction, a new record for the market. Although build-to-suit development accounted for the majority of industrial construction activity in recent years (an average of 76% between 2009-2013), 2014 marked a major shift in […]
Construction activity in Manhattan is the highest it has been in over two decades. The resurgence of new development will have a substantial effect on the overall market in terms of both vacancy rates and pricing. • Delivery of new product usually causes a spike in vacancy and in average asking rents—particularly in older/less desirable […]
Construction activity has returned in the Northeast. From Central New Jersey to Portland, Maine, new construction has reemerged, particularly in the major markets of Manhattan and Boston. Nearly 38 percent of the 48.0 million square feet (msf) currently under construction in U.S. markets are located in the Northeast.
Developers are now in a race to build the next new addition to the San Francisco skyline. Over the past two years, strong tenant demand, especially from technology firms like Salesforce, Square and Twitter, has propelled San Francisco to outperform much of the US and global market. Vacancy rates have fallen below the 10% mark, […]
Construction activity has always been a good benchmark of the industrial sector’s strength. However, with the extended lag time between concept and completion, it may be better viewed as a confirmation of where the industry has been over the last 12 to 18 months. With that in mind, it should come to no surprise that […]