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Q4 2021 | The Woodlands Office Submarket Snapshot

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Key Takeaways

  • Leasing activity increased slightly on a quarterly basis
  • Vacancy remained at 15.9% over the quarter
  • Absorption remained positive over the quarter
  • Rental rates rose between quarters
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 2021_Q4_TheWoodlands_Under Construction    2021_Q4_TheWoodlands_Lease Rate

Highlights

The Woodlands office market vacancy rate remained steady between quarters at 15.9%, and is still well under the Houston Metro and Houston CBD average vacancy rates of 23.1% and 26.9%, respectively. The submarket recorded 22,366 square feet of positive net absorption in Q4 2021. The average asking rental rate increased from $33.82 per SF in Q3 2021 to $35.28 per SF in Q4 2021 and the average Class A rental rate rose from $36.87 per SF to $37.24 per SF. Construction decreased and leasing activity increased slightly.

Market Indicators 

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Historic Comparison

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Market Fundamentals

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The forecast in the above graph is based on a trailing 4-quarter average.

 

Recent Transaction

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The Woodlands Submarket Map

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Q1 2018 Woodlands Market Indicators

 

Q1 2018 Woodlands Market Indicators

Leasing activity continues to be healthy, with 55 leases completed in Q3
compared to 44 leases completed in Q2 2019. A majority of those tenants
that completed leases in Q3 will relocate during Q4 2019 and Q1 2020, thus
increasing absorption in the near-term. Aon Services Corporation signed a lease
for 33,312 SF at One Hughes Landing and will move in Q1 2020. PTW Energy
Services leased 19,446 SF in Sierra Pines office building and is expected to move
into the space in Q1 2020.
The Woodlands office submarket recorded 285,420 SF of negative net absorption,
which can be attributed to Southwestern Energy putting its 10000 Energy Drive
South Tower on the market for lease. Without the addition of the 288,609 SF
South Tower, the submarket would have recorded positive net absorption.

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Q4 2021 | The Woodlands Office Submarket Snapshot

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Lisa joined Colliers in 2010 as Director of Market Research and has 37 years of commercial real estate experience. Lisa initiates proactive market research projects to further the business goals of the company. She writes and prepares 29 market reports annually, including quarterly reports on Houston's retail, office, industrial and healthcare properties.  Further, she prepares statistical ownership reports for various clients as well as an annual Houston Economic Overview. Lisa also creates PowerPoint market presentations, trade journal articles, and other marketing materials supporting the company's business endeavors. She works with senior management in planning the company's marketing strategy and public relations support for local and national conferences, luncheon meetings, recruitment programs, and special events.  Lisa works closely with the company's brokers to develop effective custom market research material specific to existing and potential clients.

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