19 Mar 2019
When it comes to the new boomtowns… are secondary cities the new black? Before you write the idea off, hear us out. As more traditional, “mainstream” cities in the United States become saturated, commercial real estate investors are shifting their eyes and focusing more on cities outside this top tier.
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27 Jun 2017
With cities and urban areas attracting more people and an increasing population not only in primary cities but also in secondary cities, the population in these areas is also creating a highly skilled employee pool for potential employers. Due to this some companies are either expanding and putting new offices in these cities or they are moving their company to these cities to benefit from the pool of skilled workers. READ MORE >
16 Dec 2015
The office market is very tight in metropolitan areas, thanks in part to the dominance of the millennial generation in the workforce. These workers are partial to working in urban centers, close to city amenities like dining, culture, and entertainment. The demand for space is driving up rents and driving down vacancies, and while construction is very active in many cities, inventory is generally not meeting demand. READ MORE >