These figures, provided by the local offices of ColliersInternational, paint a picture of sharp turns -- but when subleasesare factored into the equations, the lines on analysts' graphsbecome even more dramatic.

The Eastside's office inventory totals just a bit more than 25.9million sf, with 1.55 million sf of that running as directvacancies. But, add to that 1.73 million sf of sublets, and thenumber spikes to 12.66%.

Bellevue's Central Business District and the Interstate 90Corridor contain the two, largest chunks of the Eastside's subleasespace. With 563,079 sf and 535,636 sf respectively, the twocollectively account for 64.6% of the total. Of that, 97% is classA space.

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