Cleveland Office Outlook – Q3 2022

An in-depth look at the leasing, sales, construction, and employment in the Cleveland office market.

October 01, 2022
  • Andrew Batson
  • Joe Warren

Cleveland office vacancy has decreased since the start of the pandemic from 14.9% to 14.6% due to the conversion of office space to residential units. There will be increasing clarity over the coming year as employees re-enter the workplace and settle into new working arrangements.

Download our Q3 2022 Cleveland Office Outlook provides a more detailed look at vacancy, asking rental rates, supply and demand, construction, and employment activity in the office market.

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