Newmark Grubb Wilson Kibler Releases Columbia Reports


NM grubb ellisNewmark Grubb Wilson Kibler, a leading real estate services firm, has released its market reports for first-quarter 2017. Columbia’s industrial and office real estate markets showed lower vacancy rates over the previous quarter, reflecting a healthy market overall.
The Columbia office market vacancy fell six percentage points from the previous quarter to 6.5%- the lowest rate the market has seen in a decade.

Rental rates remained steady during the first quarter, with a mere 0.1% increase from $15.79/SF from $15.78/SF at the end of the fourth-quarter 2016. The Class A sector boasted rates of $20.78/SF, while Class B rates held strong at $14.96/SF and Class C at $13.27/SF. North Columbia led across classes with the highest rental rates in the market, averaging $23.13/SF.

One building was delivered during first-quarter 2017, totaling 2,500 square feet. This compares to one building totaling 4,300 square feet completed in fourth-quarter 2016. 74,460 square feet of office space remained under construction in the Columbia market by the end of the quarter.


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