Occupancy Rates Give Developers Confidence
DALLAS—Although a significant percentage of DFW’s office construction is significantly pre-leased, roughly 54% of the 4.9 million square feet slated to deliver in 2016 is not, likely causing occupancy rates to stabilize in the year ahead.
NEW YORK CITY—“Tight supplies and rising prices may be deterring some people from trading up to a larger house,” says David M. Blitzer at S&P Dow Jones Indices.
We have commented over the past few months about the accelerating trend toward online retailing and its significant impact on the mall sector, especially…
SAN DIEGO—By acting proactively, building owners are likely to resolve any concerns over potential hazardous waste and can avoid unnecessary time and expenses, Lee & Associates’ Peter Merz tells GlobeSt.com.
SAN DIEGO—While the next several years will most likely reflect very strong performance, almost every conversation at MBA CREF touched on the uncertainty of how much longer the positive trend will continue, Meridian’s Seth Grossman tells GlobeSt.com.