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Regional Commercial Real Estate Trends


What Geographic Increases in Remote Work from Census Survey May Mean for Office Markets

The U.S. Census Bureau released data from its 2021 American Community Survey earlier this month, including metrics that show how much work-from-home has increased since the Covid-19 pandemic. It found, between 2019 and 2021, the number of people primarily working […]

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U.S. Return-to-Office Rates Hit Pandemic High as More Employers Get Tougher

US Return to Work Rate Increases

Workers are returning to U.S. offices at the highest rate since the pandemic forced most workplaces to temporarily close in 2020, as infection rates continue to fall and more companies intensify efforts to bring employees back. Office use on average was 47.5% of early […]

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How shifting office demand may factor into commercial mortgage market

CRE Volume

Remote work that started as a temporary solution at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic has made one of commercial real estate’s most prolific sectors the biggest question mark more than two years later. In a recent white paper, the […]

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Center City is Seeing More Foot Traffic and Spending, but Also More Office Vacancies

Commercial Real Estate Market - 5 Year Forecast

More people were visiting, living and spending in Center City Philadelphia this summer than they have since the start of the pandemic, but the city’s economic recovery is still a gradual one.  The Center City District on Monday released its […]

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US Industrial Development Finally Catches Up With Tenant Demand

Warehouse & Industrial Space

Last year, developers completed a bumper crop of new industrial property tallying 475 million square feet across the U.S. covering a combined land area the size of Boston. This building boom resulted in the most new industrial space completed in […]

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Worries Over a Slowdown in Lending May Be Premature

Costar - News

Earlier this summer, when gas prices neared $5 per gallon and the United States was dealing with inflation worries, many commercial real estate experts predicted a slowdown in lending for the rest of 2022. Now, two rates that are considered […]

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Retailers Still Opening in Malls Despite Potential Recession

Retailers and Malls Despite Recession

The biggest shopping mall owners in the United States say retailers are still forging ahead with plans to open new stores in spite of growing recession fears and decades-high inflation that’s squeezing shoppers’ budgets. Simon Property Group, the country’s largest […]

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WCRE SECOND QUARTER 2022 REPORT

WCRE SECOND QUARTER 2022 REPORT

With Omicron In The Rear-View Mirror, Southern New Jersey & Philly Markets Face New Obstacles Uncertainty Returns to Commercial Real Estate in Q2 After a Strong First Quarter Commercial real estate brokerage WCRE reported in its analysis of the second […]

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Return-to-office is flattening as companies navigate employee pushback, commutes, higher gas prices

the modern office space

Following the Omicron variant peak this past winter, a moment was seized upon by many U.S. companies. After many fits and starts, it was time for their employees to return to the office, at least a couple of days a […]

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REITs likely to see slowdown amid changing economy but positive growth still expected

Financial Reporting Property Management

Revenue growth for U.S. REITs is likely to slow over the next two years because of inflation and rising interest rates, say Standard & Poor’s Financial Services LLC analysts. Michael Souers, director at S&P and a lead analyst in the […]

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NJDEP Announces New Emergency Flood Hazard Area Regs

NJDEP Announces New Emergency Flood Hazard Area Regs

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection hosted a limited stakeholder meeting on Wednesday to announce new emergency Flood Hazard Area (FHA) regulations as part of its NJ Protecting Against Climate Threats (NJPACT) rules.  The NJPACT rules are expected to […]

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How Office Use Is Evolving the Urban Core

Most Desirable Features In An Office Space

The pandemic has catalyzed an undeniable change in office use, but many companies still have questions and uncertainties about how these changes will take shape and how to plan workplace strategy for the future. Urban centers have, perhaps, been the […]

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