A new market survey published by Reis Reports Inc., a NewYork-based commercial real estate research group, attributes theincrease to demand from foreign and domestic investors that viewthe Broward County market as affordable and supported by effectivetransportation infrastructure.

"Keeping the market a hotbed of activity is the construction ofI-595, which has improved roadway and market access from westernBroward County and downtown Ft. Lauderdale to Miami-Dade and therapidly expanding area of Miami International Airport," accordingto the report.

Although each submarket would vary greatly, Harry Tangalakis, aCB Richard Ellis first vice president, tells GlobeSt.com the ReisReport conclusions don't surprise him.

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