A California Rebound
GlobeSt.com is proud to present the Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson forecast, which analyzes the California commercial real estate market out to 2014. And there is a fair share of good news. Look at the below videos to see summaries of the report and check GlobeSt.com for additional coverage.
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- LA & SD OFFICE
- CA INDUSTRIAL
- OC OFFICE
- BAY AREA OFFICE
A Look at the Industry Recovery in California
The Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson team discusses a variety of commercial real estate sectors in different regions of the state and their recovery forecast out to 2014. The news might be better than what you would think.
L.A. and San Diego Office Bounce Back
The office-sector improvement in Southern California will be led by strong growth in the regions two largest cities, Los Angeles and San Diego, says the Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast.
OC Industrial Sector Bests Other Markets
A strong manufacturing industry make Orange County the strongest industrial market for development in the state, says Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast. Some Bay Area markets are also faring well.
OC Office Market to Rebound by 2014
Developers are starting to feel differently about Orange County, a region that saw the office market get hit hard after the subprime collapse. Look for more building by 2014.
Bay Area Office Leads the State
The Bay Area is leading the state out of the recession, with momentum from the San Francisco and Silicon Valley office markets, says the Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast. The East Bay is catching up.