16 May 16
Population growth has incited an all-out grocery war in Texas and Oklahoma, where hungry consumers are gobbling up new supermarket product. In fact, grocery-anchored centers are becoming the most prolific development type in the region’s pipeline.
12 May 16
Expectedly, a dramatic downturn in oil, one that has run even faster and deeper than during 2008-2009, raised alarm about the stability of the Houston economy. Nonetheless, with oil prices dipping below $30 a barrel reminding us of the bearish Houston economy of the mid-to-late '80s, today's market conditions are vastly different.
09 May 16
Despite the recent shock in energy prices, which overshadows other positive market fundamentals, the Port of Houston managed to tow in strong growth numbers during 2015, moving up to 5th place in CBRE’s 2016 North America Seaport & Logistics index this year.
02 May 16
In part two of our Market Pulse series, CBRE Research explains the region’s healthcare employment environment and the opportunity available for medical office buildings.
25 Apr 16
Those heading off to college will have more housing options, restaurants and retail catered specifically to coeds than ever before. Many of our region’s universities are hitting record enrollments and this expanding demographic is creating university-adjacent development.
18 Apr 16
Recapping the recently released CBRE Global Occupier Survey and Americas Occupier Survey, CBRE Research outlines what is important to occupiers choosing space, both at the market and site level.
05 Apr 16
Multifamily’s pool is getting deeper. Those choosing to rent over owning is mounting across the U.S. as both young and mature are picking apartments over single family homes.
28 Mar 16
Location matters in Texas – or does it? Across the state there are several distinct drivers for the industrial markets but as CBRE Research found this week, the East and West Texas industrial markets might be more alike than you realize.
Texas Industrial Mix and Match: A Diligent Case fo
21 Mar 16
CBRE Research teamed up with CBRE’s Location Incentives Practice to see how economic development incentives are an important, but often final, part of a business location decision. Bonus feature: a targeted list of commonly used economic development programs in the South Central region.
14 Mar 16
The Texas Medical Center (TMC) in Houston is a primary contributor to the regional and state economy. CBRE Research analyzed how an evolving regulatory environment, along with with an ongoing trend toward a consumer-driven care model, are driving transformation within the medical office building sector.