Developers are trying two distinct approaches to attracting new office tenants in a market that is rapidly seeing cheap, big-block space dry up: the tried-and-true new class-A headquarters building and repositioning a dated property.
Office vacancy rates declined again in most major U.S. markets during the third quarter 2014, and asking rates are increasing as tenants’ appetite for space continues to grow, according to a report this week from CBRE. Denver, New Yor
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