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Recent Central Valley Market Reports

Industrial Market Report
Will Current Speculative Construction Satisfy Demand?

2017 Q2 | Stockton Industrial | Market Report
The Northern California’s Central Valley industrial market continues to experience a dramatic increase in speculative construction. The vacancy rate in San Joaquin County decreased to 4.8 percent. In order to meet demand, over 6.1 million square feet of new industrial construction is currently underway. Of the 2.5 million square feet of speculative construction to be delivered in the third quarter, 1.6 million square feet has already been pre-leased. Average asking lease rates continue to be driven upwards, with landlords realizing the value associated with limited available space. Newly delivered Class A developments command a premium over second and third generation space. The average asking lease rate for San Joaquin County increased by $0.03 from the previous quarter to $0.48 per square foot, triple net.

To read more, download the full Q2 Industrial Market Report.

Office Market Research Report
Q2 Heats Up Into Overdrive

2017 Q2 | Stockton Office | Market Report
Over the summer months, market activity tends to shift into a lower gear. The second quarter, however, has continued to see steady activity resulting in a consistently shrinking inventory of less turnkey space, and consequently continuously rising prices. The Northern California’s Central Valley office market vacancy rate was 10.5 percent at the close of the second quarter. Available space for office has declined from mid-year of 2016 when the vacancy rate stood at 11.1 percent. That decline of available space is seen across all of the product classes, with majority attributed to Class A and Class B space. Net absorption year-to-date for San Joaquin County totaled 46,171 square feet at mid-year 2017 compared to 5,143 square feet at this time 2016. Average asking lease rates increased through 2016 and by mid-year 2017 those average asking lease rates now stand at $1.57 per square foot. Average asking lease rates for Class A office space in Northern California's Central Valley are $1.96 per square foot, FSG.

To read more, download the full Q2 Office Market Report.

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