The office market in Raleigh appeared to decelerate in 2Q 2016, absorbing only 154,458 SF of space, a 52% reduction from high demand seen in the quarterly average spanning the preceding two years. While some submarkets achieved record low
By Robert Sammons, Regional Director – Northwest U.S. Research
Hold the Rant for a couple of weeks and all hell breaks loose. This column was due to focus exclusively on the mid-year San Francisco office statistics and what they mean.
February 23, 2015, By Andrea Vigil
In the last year, Wynwood has seen an influx of new tenants and escalating rental rates as demand for space in Miami’s urban, hipster heaven continues to increase. Newly redeveloped space in prime locations such as
By Garrick Brown, Vice President of Retail Research, Americas
… if there are some people in our world who continually get it wrong, I can tell you of a number of them in the CRE world who continually get
April 22, 2016, By John Morris
Please see the full announcement in today’s new Real Estate Forum.
About John Morris
John Morris is the Leader of Cushman & Wakefield’s Logisitics & Industrial Services for the Americas. He is