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BOSTON-During the second quarter, according to Richards Barry Joyce & Partners’ figures, Boston showed 39,000 square feet of positive absorption, which as SVP of Research Brendan Carroll tells GlobeSt.com, is pretty negligible in a 177-million-square-foot market. This past quarter amounted to 401,000 square feet, which not only shows a significant drop in vacancy, also links two consecutive quarters of positive absorption. “This is a potentially indicative trend to be entering of positive absorption of space being taken, as opposed to companies shedding space,” he explains.

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