Walnut Creek/Pleasanton MarketBeat Reports

Robert Sammons • 1/14/2020
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

 

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The U.S. economy ended the year on an optimistic note. Businesses continued to add jobs at a healthy clip. Employment in the key office-using sectors increased by 150,000 jobs in the fourth quarter. Consumer confidence remains high. Wages are rising faster than inflation, yielding extra spending power, reflected in the 18.8% increase in online shopping over the holiday season.

Current Marketbeats

Office MarketBeat Report
Q4 2019 East Bay Walnut Creek Office Report

Rents in the fourth quarter ticked up to $3.09 per square foot (psf) on a monthly full-service basis from $3.08 psf in the third quarter, representing the high watermark for the East Bay Walnut Creek office market.

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Office MarketBeat Report
Q4 2019 East Bay Pleasanton Office/R&D Report

Asking rents in East Bay Pleasanton office market experienced a slight uptick in the fourth quarter of 2019, closing at $2.75 per square foot on a monthly full-service basis, up $0.02 from the previous quarter and down $0.06 year-over-year.

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Industrial MarketBeat Report
Q4 2019 East Bay Walnut Creek Industrial Report

The overall vacancy rate in the East Bay Walnut Creek industrial market closed the fourth quarter at 5.1%, an increase of 30 bps from the previous quarter. Even though there was a slight increase in vacancy, there continues the trend of supply being very difficult to obtain in the market. There remains a shortage of vacancies over 10,000 square feet throughout the 15.9 million square feet of inventory.

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Industrial MarketBeat Report
Q4 2019 East Bay Pleasanton Industrial Report

Vacancy in the East Bay Pleasanton industrial market was 9.4% at the end of the fourth quarter, having slightly decreased 10 bps from the third quarter and up 360 bps YOY. The quarter-over-quarter decrease was attributed to the Livermore submarket - which constitutes 80% of the industrial market's inventory - where 92,000 square feet of new product delivered in 2018 was leased in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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Featured Insights: Current U.S. MarketBeats

Q4 2019 U.S. Office MarketBeat Snapshot
MarketBeat • Office

Office Reports

Remarkably stable vacancy rate reflects solid demand in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Revathi Greenwood • 1/16/2020
Q4 2019 U.S. Industrial MarketBeat Snapshot
MarketBeat • Industrial

Industrial Reports

After a slow start to the year, the industrial market finishes the decade strong.
Carolyn Salzer • 1/16/2020
Q4 2019 U.S. Retail MarketBeat Snapshot
MarketBeat • Retail

Shopping Center Reports

2019 ended on a positive note with consumer spending rising at a healthy pace and retail sales up.
Garrick Brown • 1/17/2020

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