Category Archives: Suburban

San Diego’s Multifamily Investment Outlook

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After two consecutive record-setting years of U.S. multifamily investment, investor appetite for product remains strong with sentiment cautiously bullish heading into 2016, according to the JLL’s 2016 Multifamily Perspective Report. Executive Vice President, Darcy Miramontes discusses with GlobeSt.com how this is playing out in the San Diego market.

Nationally, multifamily developments remain heavily concentrated in the Central Business… Read More

Q3 2015 San Diego Office Market Statistics: Rents continue to rise as absorption remains muted

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Our Quarterly Office Statistics reports provide detailed office real estate leasing data for the various metro areas we cover on a quarterly basis. Data includes inventory, completions, vacancy, rents, absorption, and new construction for buildings at the overall metro and submarket level categorized by class.

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Q2 2015 San Diego Office Market Statistics: Rising rents and falling unemployment good news at mid-year

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Our Quarterly Office Statistics reports provide detailed office real estate leasing data for the various metro areas we cover on a quarterly basis. Data includes inventory, completions, vacancy, rents, absorption, and new construction for buildings at the overall metro and submarket level categorized by class.

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Swelling economy propels growth way beyond the historical average

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Now at its strongest point in the recovery, the economy grew by nearly 3.0 million jobs in 2014, pushing unemployment to its lowest level since the third quarter of 2008. As a result, markets across the country recorded expansionary activity as corporate confidence grew along with demand for office space. Annual net absorption totaled 54.7 million square feet driving vacancy to 15.6 percent—its lowest point since 2008—a trend expected to continue over the next… Read More

U.S. office sector posts lowest vacancy rate of the recovery

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In the third quarter of 2014, nearly 15.7 million square feet of office space was absorbed, and through the first nine months of 2014, occupancy levels jumped by 38 million square feet (44.0 percent). Not only is growth escalating, but it is dispersing. Ninety percent of markets displayed increased occupancy levels compared to year-end 2013 levels and 88.0 percent of markets posted quarterly occupancy gains for the second quarter in a row. JLL’s Managing Director… Read More