Multifamily rents and occupancies are rising across the country. While that trend is still strongest in suburban counties, it has also taken hold in the nation’s urban core counties, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield.

In urban core counties, revenue per available square foot has recovered most on B and C apartments in the South, Midwest and in secondary and tertiary markets. But in the last couple of months, class A properties and major markets have experienced the most significant improvement. For instance, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco have had a strong rebound this year.

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