• Class B LEED Office Buildings Offer Noteworthy Opportunities

    Dec 4, 2023, 11:37 AM by Matt Mowell
    An analysis of Downtown Boston's LEED vs. non-LEED office buildings demonstrates that LEED certification provides greater relative performance benefits for Class B buildings than for Class A assets.
  • The suburbs never went out of style

    Nov 17, 2023, 08:51 AM by Matt Mowell
    Since the early 2000s, more people began favoring walkable urban environments over traditional suburbia. Surprisingly, this shift to urban living did not cause CBD rent growth to outpace the sleepier suburbs.
  • What drove Austin’s ascent—and who is poised to follow?

    Nov 7, 2023, 10:42 AM by Matt Mowell
    A common question in the real estate forecasting business is: what city will be the next Austin? Austin has had a growing prominence of professional services, but other cities deserve a close look.
  • Insurance costs heavily increased in climate sensitive states

    Nov 1, 2023, 09:04 AM by Matt Mowell
    Insurance is comprising a larger share of total operating expenditures, especially in states with significant climate change exposure.
  • Debt funding gap arises in multifamily sector

    Oct 26, 2023, 12:42 PM by Michael Leahy
    We’ve updated our funding gap estimates in light of the dramatic run-up in yields since June. The funding gap for office has now increased to $82.9 billion, and a $21.7 billion funding gap emerged for multifamily properties.
  • U.S. Building Performance Standards in 2023 and Beyond (Part 2)

    Oct 23, 2023, 09:29 AM by Vincent Planque
    As state and local governments aim to combat greenhouse gas emissions in the real estate sector, Building Performance Standards (BPS) have gained momentum. The sooner both landlords and tenants unite on their sustainability efforts, the greater the combined impact will be.
  • Data paints nuanced picture for retail in San Francisco Bay Area

    Oct 9, 2023, 08:25 AM by Matt Mowell
    In the eyes of the international media, San Francisco has become the poster child for “the death of urban retail. But the media’s obsessive focus on Downtown San Francisco masks nuances in the broader Bay Area retail market.
  • Despite softening fundamentals, industrial markets will be OK

    Oct 2, 2023, 12:59 PM by Matt Mowell
    Industrial availability rates are generally below historic norms nationwide, but fundamentals are expected to remain soft through mid-2024.
  • EV Manufacturing benefits the Southeast and Michigan

    Sep 26, 2023, 14:31 PM by Matt Mowell
    Plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) sales have grown spectacularly over the past decade. Industry has responded by planning to expand North American battery plant capacity by 370% by 2025.
  • The current office absorption trend is not new and that may be a good thing

    Sep 18, 2023, 10:38 AM by Matt Mowell
    Many pandemic-accelerated trends are reverting to the mean. Both e-commerce sales and industrial & logistics leasing have moderated and multifamily vacancies in Manhattan are again the lowest nationally. What about office leasing?

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