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PHILADELPHIA (HQ)
Ten Penn Center
1801 Market Street
Suite 550
Philadelphia, PA 19103 
+1 215 925 4600

ALLENTOWN
One Windsor
7535 Windsor Drive
Suite 208
Allentown, PA 18195 
+1 610 770 3600

CONSHOHOCKEN
Eight Tower Bridge
161 Washington Street
Suite 1090
Conshohocken, PA 19428 
+1 610 684 1850

HARRISBURG
300 N. Second Street
Suite 1203
Harrisburg, PA 17101
+1 717 730 3752

MOUNT LAUREL
1317 Route 73
Suite 109
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
+1 856 234 9300


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Regional Reports

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Supply Shortfall

Quality Buildings for Purchase are Increasingly Scarce

The second quarter was a bit of a mixed bag for eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey industrial. Though regional vacancy rates took a tumble during the first two quarters of the year while asking rents jumped a bit from the end of 4Q 2016, a disappointing net absorption of 11.5 million square feet was off from last year’s breathtaking levels, and investors sought value-added properties when faced with a disheartening dearth of investment-grade offerings.

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Renovate & Consolidate

Space Efficiency and Cost Control Steer Leasing Decisions

The Philadelphia office market managed to overcome its shaky start from the beginning of 2017 and deliver a stronger showing, as space use efficiency and cost control methods continue to sit behind the steering wheel of leasing decisions. Landlords wage heated battle with buildings that offer flexibility in both space and terms while asking rents continue to climb, as landlords add capital investments and positive thinking to their assets and to the city of Philadelphia, respectively.

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Finding the Balance

The Right Mix of Online and Brick and Mortar

As 2017 completes half of its unpredictable run, the story of retail remains predictable: It’s still not looking good. Asking rents in the region remained stable, but a tsunami-strength wave of store closings washed away hopes for vacancy improvements, as numerous department store anchors and strip mall regulars bid farewell to their physical locations – adding 2.1 million square feet of retail vacancy to the region.

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