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Month: April 2018 (page 1 of 2)

Cyber Security – A Major Capital Opportunity

Cushman & Wakefield explores the rapid growth of cybercrime, the response of the cybersecurity industry and its impact on commercial real estate, especially in key technology and finance markets such as the San Francisco Bay Area, Washington, DC, New York, and Austin, Texas.

2017 saw a major increase in leasing to cybersecurity companies across the country, with 1.4 msf signed over the past year, 1.2 million of which was new.

This was a big increase over 2016, which saw just under 800,000 square feet secured by the sector, and represents 2% of the more than 49 million square feet of office space in total taken nationally in 2017.

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Strong Economic Start. No Signs of Slowing.

The economy’s underlying fundamentals remain solid, underpinned by a robust job market. An average of 202,000 new jobs were created every month in 2018—more than the monthly averages in both 2016 and 2017. Stimulus from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 will keep demand for office space growing at a strong pace. Office-using job growth in Q1 2018 was stronger than the 2017 average. Industrial output rose 3.2%—the largest 6-month growth rate for any period since 2010. Retail sales for March recorded an increase at auto dealers, furniture and home stores, and electronic and appliance sellers.

Read Cushman & Wakefield’s analysis of 2018 first quarter commercial real estate results by clicking on the links below.

    

 

 

A BIKE LANE FOR DOWNTOWN’S HOGAN STREET?

Modern Cities is reporting Hogan Street, downtown, could soon be getting new, protected bike lanes. This measure would help keep the roads and sidewalks safer for all. It would also allow neighborhoods like Brooklyn and Springfield to connect to downtown safety for bicyclists. Would you ride your bike into downtown? How do you think this will impact our downtown?

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