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IRVINE, CA-The move to creative space in the office sector has provided the construction community with a new source of income as older, obsolete space is converted to fresh uses, but it also presents a new dilemma for owners and developers: parking. With so many more employees in the same square footage, old parking scenarios may not accommodate today’s modern office buildings, Brian Childs, EVP and branch manager for NAI Capital here, tells GlobeSt.com.

As GlobeSt.com reported last week, office absorption is expected to continue its slow and steady pace for at least another year as the sector gains strength, according to Childs. He says he believes the county will remain a tenants’ market probably through 2015.

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