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Recent Tri-Valley Market Reports

Pleasanton Industrial
Construction: The Next Step In A Tight Market

2017 Q1 | Pleasanton Industrial | Market Report
For existing property owners in the Tri-Valley industrial market, record low vacancy and record high rents and sales prices are the continuing story. At the end of the first quarter of 2017, the entire Tri-Valley industrial market had a total of only 206,106 square feet of available light industrial or warehouse space left for lease or sale. During the first quarter, the Tri-Valley absorbed a net 96,455 square feet of light industrial and warehouse space. Vacancy rates in the Tri-Valley industrial market are now down to a record 1.1 percent, which is less than half of where they stood last year at this time. With overall industrial vacancy at a record low, and as industrial pricing continues to push higher, there is continuing talk of even more speculative development than what we referred to just last quarter.

To read more, download the full Q1 Pleasanton Industrial Market Report.

Commercial Office Research Report
Outlook Remains Positive

2017 Q1 | Pleasanton Office | Market Report
2017 Tri-Valley office market campaign is underway with first quarter being a continuum of 2016 with steady activity and rent growth despite negative net absorption across all classes of space. Total market weighted average asking rents are now at $2.67 per square foot (psf) full service gross (FSG), up from fourth quarter’s $2.51 psf FSG, and up $0.22 from one year ago. The total market vacancy rate is 10.4 percent with negative net absorption of 462,255 square feet, primarily due to SAP’s vacancy of 421,670 square feet at Park Place.

To read more, download the full Q1 Pleasanton Office Market Report.

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