1. With vacancy rising for the first time in 9 quarters, will we begin to see rates level out?
2. With strong leasing activity, conditions are beginning to tighten. Where will larger tenants go to find space?
3. With very little construction in the market, what needs to happen to spark new development?
4. Which amenities are actually driving tenant decisions?
5. What can the market do to increase outside investment in the region?
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Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
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Brad Campbell, President & CEO, Campbell Window Film
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San Diego State of Office
Investment, Development & Tenant Trends Shaping the Market
|10:20 AM - 11:00 AM||
Westin San Diego Gaslamp Quarter
910 Broadway Circle
San Diego, CA 92101
Ballroom: California Ballroom AB & California Foyer, 2nd Floor
Parking Information: Discount Valet Parking $18.00
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In a market that has seen very little construction in recent years, strong leasing has led to 17 quarters of steadily increasing occupancy. With years of available space, tenants have had ample space to choose from. Now that space begins to fill up, mid to large size tenants are finding themselves with fewer options in high demand submarkets. As vacancy rates start to rise, however, developers may be hesitant to build new spec space.
How will tenants be making decisions in a market that is hesitant to build new? Will we see a spark in construction activity, and how will developers accurately assess demand?
Join us as we explore the region's office market, forecast its future and discuss solutions to areas of opportunity.
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