Multiple media outlets and commercial real estate firms are saying the same thing; the office market has made up for recession losses. This is primarily attributed to the following: financial, life sciences, technology, biomedical and engineering firms.
A Boston Herald editorial delves into the numbers further:
“The first quarter started with strong leasing activity in several sectors, from financial to life sciences, technology, biomedical and engineering firms. The vacancy rate in Greater Boston dipped below 15 percent for the second quarter in a row, yet spiked 27 basis points because of a number of spaces that were known to be coming to the market, including Monitor’s 196,000 square feet at 2 Canal Park in Cambridge and IBM’s building at 5 Technology Park in Westford.”
Follow the link to read the full article on BostonHerald.com.
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