Demand for office space rebounded in the second quarter, but overbuilding now threatens a few major markets. Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston in Texas are prime examples of this trend, but experts say that continued growth in the tech and energy industries will be more than enough to drive further office space demand./p>
The U.S. office market absorbed 15.1 million sq. ft. of space in the second quarter, according to a recent report from commercial real estate services firm
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