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  • CoStar: Office Construction on the Rise in Secondary Markets

    A new report by CoStar shows that while office construction hasn’t been a major factor in commercial real estate in 2013, due to rapidly improving fundamentals and rent growth that is reaching levels that justify new construction, many smaller secondary markets have a growing pipeline of planned projects that will have a significant impact on the market moving forward.

    National 20 November 2013 21:35

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