ORANGE COUNTY, CA—The continuation of institutional capital targeting the OC office market, along with the usual push to close transactions prior to the end of the year and the looming specter of rising interest rates, fueled many transactions in the fourth quarter of 2015, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank‘s executive managing director Robert Griffith tells GlobeSt.com. Following the release of the firm’s Q4 2015 Orange County office report, we spoke with Griffith about the biggest takeaways and what they say about the OC office investment market.

GlobeSt.com: What are the biggest takeaways from your Q4 2015 Orange County office report?

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