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  1. Washington

    1. Seattle Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      Perhaps the biggest story this quarter for the region overall, and specifically to the office market, was Amazon's announcement that they are looking for a location for a second headquarters, HQ2, that would house 50,000 employees. The company has not specifically ruled out the Puget Sound, but there is a very specific list of requirements, with a primary goal of tapping into a new employee pool in a location amenable to that talent.

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  2. Oregon

    1. Portland Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Portland office market grew tighter during the third quarter, as tenants seeking large blocks of space awaited the delivery of several speculative projects set to come on line next year. Vacancies dropped to a cycle-low 7.4% on the strength of 478,730 square feet of positive net absorption, which pushed the year-to-date gain in occupied office space to 619,168 square feet. Rental rates rose to a marketwide average of $25.06, fully serviced, with the upper floors of downtown trophies, including the under-construction Broadway Tower, asking in the mid-$30s or higher.

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  3. California

    1. Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The inner East Bay office real estate market held its own during the third quarter, as 99,870 square feet of positive net absorption ticked the vacancy rate down to 7.7%. While rental rates have plateaued across the Bay Bridge in San Francisco, Oakland and other BART-served markets in the East Bay continue to experience asking rent growth, to an average of $3.23 FS marketwide and over $4.75 for Class A space in Oakland CBD. Institutional investors have largely tapped out the value-add opportunities in San Francisco and are becoming more active in the inner East Bay, where properties with below-market rents and renovation upside are still relatively abundant. With more than 1.3 million square feet of office space under construction, developers are betting on the sustained strength of the East Bay market, which is well positioned to benefit from trends in the region's technology sector. While employment growth in Silicon Valley and San Francisco has recently been by the region's soaring housing costs, Oakland and the East Bay have enjoyed continued workforce expansion because of their relative affordability. Tech firms are increasingly eyeing relocation or back-office opportunities in the East Bay to be closer to their workers.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2016 Oakland/East Bay Office Market Report
    2. Orange County Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Orange County office market continued its improvement in the third quarter of 2017, as prices continued to increase, vacancy remained stable, and the amount of available space in the market increased. We expect the ongoing trend of positive absorption in the market to continue, along with consistent increases in occupancy costs. With larger office buildings on the way into the Orange County market, a bump in inventory may apply some upward pressure on vacancy in the short run. Nonetheless, with strong demand and consistent employment growth, we expect further growth to continue.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Orange County Office Market Report
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    3. Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017

      The Peninsula office market slowed down during the second quarter, but continued to see steady leasing activity, which produced 50,987 square feet of positive net absorption. San Mateo and Redwood City continue to attract tenants from overpriced markets in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, keeping the county's vacancy rate stable. Rental rates also remain firm as steady tenant demand preserves a healthy market. The amount of available sublease space, which is often used as a barometer for the markets condition, actually declined over the previous quarter. The market could potentially soften by the end of 2017, but several indicators currently point towards a stabilized market.

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      Second Quarter 2017 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
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      Fourth Quarter 2016 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2016 Peninsula/San Mateo County Office Market Report
    4. Sacramento Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      A hot summer further tightened the Sacramento office real estate market, as vacancies in the metro area fell to a cycle-low 10.8% on the strength of 600,073 square feet of positive net absorption. Rental rates continue to trend upward, pressed by growing demand and stagnant supply, reaching a marketwide average of $1.80, fully serviced. With most Bay Area value-add opportunities having been exhausted, institutional investors are considering Sacramento-area assets, both downtown and in preferred suburban submarkets such as Roseville/Rocklin, pushing some sale prices past $200/sf. The Sacramento MSA economy has added 16,100 jobs year over year, trimming unemployment to 5.2%, and ongoing expansion of office-based sectors such as Professional and Business Services means more demand for space. A lack of large-block availabilities has slowed the influx of Bay Area companies to the Sacramento market, but this inbound demand could increase with new construction, suggesting that vacancies and rental rates might hold firm in the short run against an increase in supply.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Sacramento Office Market Report
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    5. San Diego Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      A diverse employment base combined with a well-educated workforce and tepid development have set the San Diego office market on firm footing. San Diego's Scripps Ranch and UTC submarkets highlight the market's innovative foundation, with Downtown trying to establish itself as the home for the next wave of start-ups. Tightening vacancies, limited sublet space, a lack of wide-scale development, and steady rent growth have contributed to the confidence of investors who continue to find a market with average yields more favorable than in the apartment sector. Downtown has been a favorite target of institutional capital this year with a number of big properties trading hands.

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      Third Quarter 2017 San Diego Office Market Report
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    6. San Francisco Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      A rising wave of new construction accommodated soaring technology sector tenant demand during the third quarter, stabilizing the San Francisco office market. The city's vacancy rate has leveled off between 6.5-7.0% since the beginning of the year, and rental rates have plateaued over the same period, prompting landlords to boost tenant improvement allowances to retain higher face rents. On average, the Class A Financial District asking rent was just over $70 FS, Class B offerings were in the mid-$60s, and Class C tech product in SOMA was in the high-$60s, all up less than 1% year-over-year. Landlords marketing creative spaces that appeal to technology users continue to see shorter vacancy periods than traditional office owners, who are increasingly motivated to renovate despite the surging cost of construction.

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      Third Quarter 2017 San Francisco Office Market Report
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    7. Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Silicon Valley Office market took a breather during the third quarter of 2017, but demand for office space remains steady across all size ranges. Santa Clara County's unemployment rate rose from 2.9% in May to 3.8% in August, but added 15,700 new workers per the California Employment Development Department. The rise in the unemployment rate can be attributed to the influx of new workers into the market. Overall, the market for office product relaxed during the third quarter, but this does not necessarily point to a downward trend.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Silicon Valley Office Market Report
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  4. Arizona

    1. Phoenix Office Market Report
      Third Quarter 2017

      The Phoenix office real estate market stayed strong in the third quarter, with vacancies at a cycle-low 15.9% and rental rates rising to an average of $24.12 fully serviced. Leasing activity approached 2.5 million square feet, signaling high levels of demand for office space, fueled by a strong local economy that reported 4.3% unemployment. Continued economic growth and job creation should drive expansion in the Phoenix office real estate market for quarters to come.

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      Third Quarter 2017 Phoenix Office Market Report
      Second Quarter 2017 Phoenix Office Market Report
      First Quarter 2017 Phoenix Office Market Report
      Fourth Quarter 2016 Phoenix Office Market Report
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