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Market Reports

Washington, DC | Q3 2017

In virtually every submarket in the District, cranes are busy constructing office buildings, multifamily dwellings, retail and mixed-use projects at an incredible pace. Office product alone has more than 6.5 million square feet under development. The market had a similar look ten years ago when 6.0 million square feet of office product being constructed. 

Northern Virginia | Q3 2017

During the third quarter of 2017, the recovery in the Northern Virginia Office market slowed as new demand for space flattened. After registering four quarters of solid growth, net absorption turned slightly negative as federal consolidations and the remaining effects of BRAC impacted the market. While these hold-overs from last cycle played out, the private sector and federal intelligence agencies continued to occupy and lease additional space in the market, pointing to a continuation of the recovery started in 2016.

Suburban Maryland | Q3 2017

Suburban Maryland captured two of the largest tenants in the DC region in the third quarter of 2017. Marriott, after an exhaustive search that centered around the Bethesda market, finally decided to lease 720,000 square feet at 7750 Wisconsin Avenue in the heart of Bethesda. It was rumored that Marriot expanded their search to outside of Maryland, but likely, Bethesda was the one-and-only choice from the start. It was a huge win for Maryland to retain one of the largest private sector tenants in the region.

Shenandoah Valley Industrial Q3 2017

The summer months of 2017 ushered in a brief lull in leasing activity along the Mid-Atlantic of Interstate 81 as massive construction projects for Procter & Gamble and Amazon continue to make headway in Berkeley County, WV and Frederick County, VA, respectively.

Retail Report | Mid-Year 2017

The Washington, DC Area retail market is comprised of 187.8 million square feet spread across 1,328 Centers and 11,930 free standing buildings. Across the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, economic indicators continue to support additional retail growth, but at a slower rate than what has occurred over the last 10 years.

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Submarket Reports

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Bethesda Submarket Q1 2016

Demand for office space shrank by 5,802 square feet. This is a significant improvement from last year when an average of 30,582 square feet of net absorption was recorded quarterly. 

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CBD/East End Q1 2016

Demand growth slowed during the first quarter with only 17,460 square feet of net absorption; compared to an average of 74,882 square feet per quarter last year. 

For the first time in eight quarters, demand for Class A space shrunk, falling 47,521 square feet. 

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Crystal/Pentagon City Q1 2017

Demand increased with 54,885 square feet of positive net absorption. This compares to last quarter when there was 32,662 square feet added back to the market.

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Eastern Loudoun Q3 2016

Demand increased during the quarter with 209,239 square feet of space occupied. Demand has grown during the previous four quarters with 312,541 square feet occupied in total. 

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I-270 Corridor Q1 2016

Demand for office space shrank by 227,618 square feet during the quarter. All classes of space posted negative absorption with the largest amount in Class C product. During the quarter, demand fell 3,886 square feet for Class A space, fell 6,314 square feet in Class B space and fell 217,418 square feet in Class C space. 

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NoMa/Capitol Riverfront Q1 2016

Demand contracted during the first quarter with negative 23,366 feet of net absorption. This compares to an aver-age of 56,309 square feet of quarterly net absorption last year.  Demand for Class A space grew, with 16,444 square feet of absorption. Demand for Class B and C space continued to decrease, with 39,810 square feet added to the market. 

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R-B Corridor Q1 2017

Demand increased during the first quarter with 192,075 square feel of absorption. This compares lo last quarter last year when 77,291 square feet of space was tal<en off the market.

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Reston-Herndon Q2 2016

Demand for office space shrunk during the quarter with 121,743 square feet of space given back to the market. Comparatively, during the first quarter of 2016, 615,317 square feet of space was returned to the market. 

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Route 28 South Q1 2017

Demand for office space rose during the first quarter with 186,044 square feel of space occupied. Demand increased in all three classes of office space. In Class A product. 173,279 square feet of space was ab­sorbed.

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Tysons Corner Q1 2017

Demand for office space rebounded significantly during the first quarter of 2017, with net absorption totaling 429,312 square feet. The first quarter of 2017 was third consecutive quarter of positive net absorption.

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