As highlighted in Colliers’ Q3 2018 U.S. Office Market Outlook, the U.S. office market remains on solid ground. Absorption rebounded in Q3 2018 to the highest level in two years.Read more
In Case You Missed It: Where Gen Y Shops. Fueled by innovation and inspiration from some unlikely places, brands are stepping up to capture consumers’ attention every which way.Read more
While the entire Metropolitan D.C. region is poised to benefit from Amazon’s HQ2, no other area of the market will be impacted like National Landing.Read article
New deliveries fall but construction still growing and will challenge occupancy rates in 2019. The Q3 2018 U.S. Top Office Metros Snapshot reports that all but one of the top 10 U.S. office markets posted positive absorption. Click to read more.Read article
Explore the latest key statistics and Colliers’ outlook for the U.S. industrial market. Click the data you want to review or scroll. For more office insights, read the Q3 2018…Read article
Almost everything seems to be going well right now: households are consuming, businesses are investing, manufacturers are producing and the government is spending. Learn more in the Fall 2018 Economic and Market Snapshot.Read article
Nowhere else in the United States is the demand for final-mile distribution facilities more evident than
in the Tri-State region, particularly along the New Jersey Turnpike Corridor.
As the third quarter of 2018 comes to a close, all signs point to another strong quarter for industrial real estate. Essential indicators for industrial demand remain high, including distribution industry job growth.Read more
What’s Driving the Click and Collect Movement? Consumers are excitedly embracing their 24/7 shopping superpower and it continues to become even more convenient and speedy!Read more
The North American big-box market continues to ride a wave of robust demand brought on by a solid U.S. economy and, of course, the rapid rise of e-commerce.Read more
Learn more about the Salt Lake County industrial market.Read more
Reversal of Fortune? U.S. Property Markets Stage Partial Come Back
Let the good times roll — we aren’t done yet. Sales transactions in U.S. commercial property markets picked up in the first half of 2018 (1H 2018).