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Report | United States Office Outlook - Q2 2011

Summary

The U.S. office sector rings in the summer of 2011 with the strongest quarterly performance in more than four years.
  
The U.S. office market continues to tighten with heightened evidence of tenant expansion (especially among small and mid-sized users) and the continued signs of rental recovery and growth from the pricing perspective across numerous market sectors.
 
Market leverage moving forward will depend not as much by geography as we have seen in recent recoveries, but more so by product type. Tenants in Trophy and Class A product, as well as tenants located in urban and transit-oriented settings will experience declining leverage throughout the rest of this year and in 2012 based on tightening fundamentals. Meanwhile, tenants currently in the market in either second or third generational Class B and C market segments and certain suburban geographies will continue to experience favorable rates and heightened space options through most of 2012.
 

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