| SoCal’s Industrial Markets Remain Strong with Historically Low Vacancy Rates
Southern California’s metro area industrial market continues to register historically low vacancy numbers, offering a positive forecast for the region’s landlords but limited options for tenant expansion. The Inland Empire, ...
| New Trends in Food-and-Beverage Concepts Driving Expansion at Retail Centers
With food-and-beverage outlets now among the fastest-growing categories in retail centers, a new CBRE Group Inc report identifies four emerging eatery formats poised for significant expansion: food trucks, food halls, celebri...
| E-Commerce Boom Creating Growth Boom for Top US Inland Port Markets
The rapid growth of e-commerce has fueled development of warehouses and distribution centers in the 12 primary U.S. inland-port markets at nearly twice the national rate, according to a new report from CBRE Group Inc. Califor...
| California Home Sales Reach Highest Level in Almost Four Years
After a couple months of lackluster growth in transaction volume, California existing home sales rose to their highest level in nearly four years in June, as sales surpassed the 400,000 mark for the fourth consecutive month, ...
| San Diego’s Retail Fundamentals Remain Sound
Real estate fundamentals in San Diego’s retail market remained very strong this last quarter, according to the most recent research provided by real estate services firm CBRE. Asking rates remained flat, and have not decrease...
| Latest Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast California CRE Survey Questions Duration of Current Construction Boom
The latest Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast California Commercial Real Estate Survey signals that California commercial real estate continues its boom, but as U.S. economic growth slows, there are signs of this boom toppi...
| CA Housing Market Maintains Momentum Despite Tight Inventory
California existing home sales edged up in May, rising above the 400,000 benchmark level for the third straight month, while strained housing supply continued to push prices higher, according to the latest research from the C...
| U.S. Construction Costs Continue to Rise
Despite the global collapse of commodity prices – including many key inputs to construction – overall construction costs continue to rise nationwide in large part due to labor supply and demand dynamics that first surfaced du...
| Global Prime Logistics Rents on the Rise, Fueled by E-Commerce Demand
Voracious global demand for e-commerce fulfillment centers and distribution centers fueled a 2.8 percent year-over-year increase in prime logistics rents globally, led by double-digit percentage gains in U.S. coastal markets,...
| Strong First Quarter for San Diego’s Industrial Market
San Diego’s industrial market is off to a strong start in 2016 with many market fundamentals pointing toward continued improvement throughout the year, according to a first quarter 2016 report provided to us by CBRE.
| San Diego Retail Market Looks Stable
Fundamentals for San Diego’s retail market were stable this quarter, according to the latest research from CBRE. The region continued to be impacted by changes in the grocery store industry this quarter, however, that trend i...
| Port of Long Beach Tops This Year’s CBRE Seaports Index
The Port of Long Beach snared the top spot from its Southern California neighbor, the Port of Los Angeles, on CBRE Group Inc’s second-annual North American Seaports and Logistics Index, due to the arrival of a new Asian shipp...
| Retail Cross-Border Expansion is Rising in the Top 50 Global Cities
Asian Pacific cities dominate a new ranking that lists the top global cities for mainstream, premium and luxury retailers’ expansions. Cities in the Middle East, however, are coming on strong, propelled by an ever-increasing ...
| Continued Strong Absorption in San Francisco Office Market Somewhat Misleading as Leasing Slows
This report was provided to us by the Northern California region of real estate services firm Kidder Mathews
The San Francisco office real estate market sent mixed signals in the first quarter of 2016, with 433.9k sf of posi...
| Industrial Tenant Expansion Opportunities Limited in LA Metro Area Due to Decreasing Vacancy Rates
Tenants are hard pressed to find expansion space in the LA Metro as vacancy rates for industrial buildings in Los Angeles and Orange Counties continue to decline. Meanwhile, the Inland Empire, despite absorbing more than 19 ...
| Metropolitan LA Office Rent Growth Hits Eight-Year High
Here’s a first quarter 2016 look at the Los Angeles office market, provided to us by PM Realty Group:
The Los Angeles metropolitan area’s economy continued to expand with a net 107,300 jobs added during the 12 months ending ...
| CA Homes Sales Pick Up in March
California home sales rose from both the previous month and year to post the highest sales pace in six months, while strained housing supplies continued to push home prices higher, according to the latest figures from the Cal...
| San Diego Office Market Off to a Good Start in 2016
Colliers International has provided this first quarter 2016 review of San Diego County’s office market. The report was prepared by Christopher Reutz, Colliers International, Research Director | San Diego Region
| Restrained Pace of New Office Development in the US Expected to Lead to Continued Rent Growth
Tenant demand for office space slowed in the first quarter, dragged down primarily by continued weakness in the oil patch and a pullback in the tech sector, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield. Still, net absor...
| Here’s an In-Depth Look at Seattle’s Industrial Market as of the 1st Quarter 2016
Seattle’s industrial market finished 2015 with a positive net absorption of just over 5 msf, marking the fifth straight year of positive absorption since the end of the recession in 2010. Over this five-year period, net absor...