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U.S. Office Leasing Trends
What We Learned Q1 2021

David Smith • 5/7/2021

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Now that Q1 2021 is behind us and nearly half of the U.S. population has received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, occupiers and investors are asking what's next for the U.S. office sector.

Cushman & Wakefield Research answers some of the most frequently asked questions related to:

  • Building occupancy: When should we expect people to return to the office?

  • Office demand: How much touring and leasing activity is taking place right now?

  • Space availability: Is sublease space still increasing?

  • Rents: When will effective rents begin to rise?

  • Occupier decisions: Are businesses fleeing city centers or specific markets?

And more...

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