The U.S. office market improved slightly in the third quarter, according to preliminary data from CBRE Group Inc., continuing the slow, turtle-like improvement pace of the sector.
Eight of the 13 largest office markets increased occupancy, with Dallas by far leading the pack, dropping from 19.1 percent vacancy at the end of the second quarter 2013 to 18.1 percent vacant during the third quarter. Brooke Scott, head of research for the Americas for CBRE, says
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