15 Oct 14
CBRE Research is pleased to introduce a new quarterly report—the U.S. Industrial MarketView Snapshot. This four-page report supplements the full-length U.S. Industrial MarketView which will be available later this quarter.
15 Oct 14
CBRE Research is pleased to introduce a new quarterly report—the U.S. Office MarketView Snapshot. This four-page report supplements the full-length U.S. Office MarketView which will be available later this quarter.
22 Sep 14
Fueled by a favorable capital markets environment and growing investor interest in commercial property, property acquisition and lending markets in the U.S. remained on an upswing in Q2 2014.
18 Sep 14
Demand for newer, Class A industrial space in the U.S. is outpacing supply, encouraging more build-to-suit and speculative development activity across the U.S. Much of this demand is stemming from the rapidly growing e-commerce sector.
15 Sep 14
At 14.5%, the national office vacancy rate in Q2 2014 has hit the mid-point between its pre-recession low and recessionary peak.
Tightening labor markets and rising rents are causing occupiers to become more focused on location strategies.
28 Aug 14
The U.S. industrial market continues to expand at a very healthy pace, with robust demand in Q2 2014 contributing to a decrease in the national availability rate. An ongoing mismatch between supply and demand is supporting the trend.
26 Aug 14
The U.S. retail recovery continued in Q2 2014, with fundamentals improving compared to Q1 2014. Retail sales
picked up steam as consumers brushed off the winter and began to shop again.
25 Aug 14
With 15.4 million sq. ft. of positive net absorption, Q2 2014 was the strongest quarter for office space demand in seven years. The red-hot tech sector continues to dominate leasing activity, gaining market share and taking space in virtually every major U.S. market.
19 Aug 14
The U.S. multifamily expansion continued to pick up momentum in Q2 2014, as demand, measured by net absorption, grew by an annual rate of 276,200 units.
14 Aug 14
The booming high-tech sector has been one of the major drivers in the U.S. office market recovery, with the industry responsible for one-fourth of all new office-using jobs created in the U.S. between 2009 and May 2014.