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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​U.S. submarkets with public transportation make up just one-third of the national office market. So why are they poised for long-term success? ​​

  • Submarkets with strong public transportation systems outperform the national office market for vacancy, rents and development levels.

  • Higher average asking rents make leasing in transit-served submarkets more favorable for landlords.

  • Elected officials are actively improving transportation in these markets, which presents a great opportunity for investors to collaborate with the public sector.  ​

Average rents for Class A space near public transportation exceed $51 per square foot nationally​

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