Those who fall the furthest bounce back the highest.  The Orange County office market fell hard and fast during the 2008 recession, but has made a big comeback over the past two years.  What are the factors leading to decreasing vacancy rates and improved absorption?  Do major tenants and economic growth play a leading role, or does a new approach to leasing create the market?  How do the creative office environment and traditional corporate tenants change the way the market looks?  Key players in the office space will examine the state of the office market and what you can expect to see in investment, leasing, and development over the next few years

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