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United States | Washington, DC

Report | Washington DC Office Insight - Q4 2016

Summary

Washington DC's CBD and East End Class B markets saw strong fourth quarter occupancy gains that help drop total Class B vacancy to 8.5 percent, its lowest point in eight years. The shift is mainly a result of the repositioning of Class B buildings, with more than 2.0 million square feet removed from supply over the past two years and potentially another 5.8 million square feet over the next six.

Tenants are becoming increasingly interested in mixed-use developments in the emerging Ballpark, Shaw, NoMa and The Wharf neighborhoods. These new builds east of the city are mostly in the form of multifamily and retail.

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