MIAMI—Is it a landlord market or a tenant'smarket? Let's just say the scales are tipping toward landlords inAtlanta these days after years of recovering from the GreatRecession.

Indeed, according to the latestCBRE OccupierView—a report that analyzes thenation's office market from the tenant's perspective—the balancebetween landlord- and tenant-favorable markets are tipping towardownership in several major US cities. Atlanta is one of them.

CBRE points to tightening conditions challengingtenants from both cost and availability perspectives in mostdowntown areas. The report also shows little change in suburbanoffice markets.

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