High Tech Equals High Rents, Pushing Investors into Secondary Markets

High Tech Equals High Rents, Pushing Investors into Secondary Markets

Investors who want to jump onto the high-tech tenant bandwagon, but believe that that the prices have become too high, need not worry—virtually every industry that leases office will likely be adding a ton of tech jobs in the next decade.

True, the cores of Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Boston, Seattle and San Jose, Calif., will continue to dominate leasing, as IT and software firms keep growing, feeding off nearby research universities and scouring dwi

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