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    Columbus Real Estate Trends - Industrial 2016

    The industrial market had strong results in 2016, which followed a record-breaking 2015. New records were set for every tracked metric. ECommerce, Honda’s continuing growth, and incentives drawing new business to Columbus continue to drive industrial demand. State tax incentives are also infl uencing local companies to expand including distribution center operator Exel Inc. who plans to add 400 jobs to the area. The future looks to deliver more of the same with optimism continuing into 2017.
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    2017 China-US Inbound Investment Capital Watch

    Chinese investment in U.S. real estate slowed in 2017 following the imposition of capital control, particularly with megadeals and hotel acquisitions.

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    Capital Watch 02 2016

    Welcome to the second issue of Capital Watch for 2016. It’s been a big quarter for London, culminating in the election of Sadiq Khan as our new Mayor. Many of his policies will have an impact on real estate, and the big question is whether he can deliver on what seem to be very ambitious election promises. 

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    Location Strategy for US-Based Office Operations

    This paper examines the best practice approach for selecting the optimal location for new or relocating business operations.

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    Suburban Maryland Market Report Q4 2017

    Following headline-making headquarters relocations by the General Services Administration (GSA) for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) to Prince George’s County, and by Marriott International to Bethesda/Chevy Chase, Suburban Maryland once again captured two notable leases by the close of the fourth quarter of 2017. JBG Smith secured two more preleases (also the second and third largest leases of the quarter) at 4747 Bethesda Avenue: Booz Allen Hamilton preleased 65,000 square feet (sf) and Host Hotels preleased 55,000 sf, bringing the Class A building to 71.0% committed. These two leases helped new leasing activity close the fourth quarter of 2017 at 3.7 million square feet (msf)—the highest level since 2007. Such healthy leasing activity resulted in positive overall year-to-date net absorption of 130,658 sf, 90,173 sf of which occurred in the fourth quarter.

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    Northern Virginia Market Report Q3 2016

    Job growth, typically a leading economic indicator, finally appeared to be having an impact on the Northern Virginia real estate market, as office space has experienced 494,676 square feet (SF) of positive year-to-date absorption.

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    Washington D.C. Market Report Q3 2016

    Despite healthy job growth, the Washington, D.C. office market continued to face headwinds throughout the third quarter of 2016. With only a handful of leases greater than 100,000 square feet (SF), year-to-date new leasing activity closed the third quarter at 3.2 million square feet (MSF), significantly below the 10-year historical average of 4.2 MSF.

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    Washington DC: The Capitol of Retail Trends

    Fueled by a surge of population growth that has been overwhelmingly driven by the millennial demographic, Washington, D.C.’s urban retail scene has evolved over the past decade from that of a few isolated pockets surrounded by urban blight to one of an emerging renaissance where high street meets cool street meets eat street. The District is now a microcosm of all of the major trends that are shaping urban retail in the United States today; an explosion of food and beverage related retail from small format groceries and trendy food halls to upscale and fast casual dining, the expansion of upscale and luxury retailers into new and emerging shopping districts and the rise of edgy, cool retail in new hip districts that have emerged in diverse, up and coming neighborhoods. All this, while still luring Main Street national credit retailers looking to find a place in the new Washington, DC: The Capitol of Retail Trends.

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    Goldilocks-Labor-Market-Weekly-Update-7-6-15

    U.S. payroll employment continued to grow at a steady pace in June, and the details indicated healthy demand growth for the commercial real estate industry.

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    Consumer-Is-Back-Weekly-Update-8-25-15

    Consumer confidence has been trending higher over the past year. The increase in confidence can be seen in stronger spending growth. This trend is expected to continue, boosting demand for retail and industrial real estate as well as hospitality.

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    Above The Trend Weekly Update 6-8-15

    The U.S. economy added 280,000 jobs in May, the largest employment increase since December. Job growth has rebounded strongly from the first quarter slowdown.

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    Weekly Economic Update - Feb 9 2015: The Labor Market Has Taken Off

    The U.S. labor market remained on a strong growth track in January, adding 257,000 jobs, above the consensus expectation of about 230,000. However, the real story of the January employment report was the revision to previous job growth estimates.

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    Fed_Time_Is_Coming-Weekly-Update-8-3-15

    Commercial real estate is facing its first interest increase in almost a decade. After its meeting last week, the Federal Open Market Committee indicated that they are likely to raise interest rates this year, possibly as soon as September.

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    Environment-Keeps-Getting-Better-Weekly-Update-8-10-15

    The U.S. economy continued to create jobs at a healthy pace, adding 215,000 in July. This solid growth increases the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will move to raise interest rates starting in September.

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    PERSPECTIVE: Q1 2018 COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE CAP RATES ACROSS CANADIAN MARKETS

    With the Bank of Canada’s overnight lending rate up 75 basis points since last summer, rising to 1.25%, and further bumps expected through 2018, subtle changes are occurring in specific markets and asset classes. These glimpses offer the first evidence that cap rate compression may be reaching a tipping point as we head into the ninth year of a recordlong growth cycle.

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    US Consumer Spending Expected to Rebound Weekly Economic Update 4-20-15

    Once again severe winter weather had a negative impact on consumer spending in the first quarter of 2015. But the fundamental drivers of consumer spending point to a healthy rebound in the second quarter.

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