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Healthcare Remains the Big Story in Tucson's Office Market First Quarter

  
  
  
Tucson MOCA Will Dobbs

As you will read in our quarterly Tucson office market update, healthcare remains the big story in the market in 2015. From an economic standpoint, Tucson’s unemployment rate dropped 0.3 percentage point to 5.6% in February, considered close to full employment. That being said, the slow pace of job growth is still of primary concern and impedes stronger office market progress.

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Tucson Dealmakers: CoStar announces 2014 Power Brokers

  
  
  
C&W PICOR 2014 Top Producers

Each year since its 2005 Tucson commercial real estate market entry, Costar, the leading provider of industry market intelligence, has tracked and awarded the highest-producing companies and individuals in the Tucson marketplace.

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Tucson Office Market: Come Fly with Me

  
  
  
Kleiner Tucson office 2015

Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR's Rick Kleiner, MBA, won the 24th annual Southern Arizona CCIM Forecast competition for most accurately predicting the Tucson office vacancy at year end. What follows is the transcript and slides from his recent presentation to the CCIM chapter forecast. Be sure not to miss the aerial video tour of Tucson at the end of this post!

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Tucson Office Market: 2014 Recap and 2015 Forecast

  
  
  
Office Building

From an economic standpoint, Metro Tucson ended November with a total of 372,000 non-farm jobs, gaining 5,200 jobs year-over-year (YOY), an annualized job growth rate of 1.4%. Growth in home prices began to flatten, with a 4.6% gain in median selling price in 2014. HomeGoods, a division of TJX Companies, announced interest in opening a western distribution center in Tucson, a proposed 800,000-square-foot (sf) facility with an estimated economic impact of nearly $900 million. HomeGoods received Pima County approval and awaits a tax incentive decision from the City in February. The real estate is being brokered in part by Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR.

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Tucson office market provides unique opportunities going forward: TREND Report

  
  
  
Tucson Office Lease

We’ll start with a short quiz to ask whether you’re seeing some correlation here:

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Tucson Office Market future looks bright (Debbie Downer has left the building)

  
  
  
Tucson office bright future

With an improving national economic and employment picture lifting all boats, the unemployment rate for Arizona and the Tucson metro area followed suit. Home sales inventory continued to stabilize and median sale prices gained 6.2% over prior year. Shared Services Center’s expansion announcement netting 200 new jobs made a further positive statement about Tucson as a location to service western states.

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Market Minute: Briefs on the Tucson Commercial Real Estate Markets

  
  
  
Tucson commercial real estate

The unemployment rate for the Tucson metro area as of May 31st was 5.8%, 60 basis points (bps) lower than year end and 50 bps below the national rate. Decreased government spending impacted both Tucson’s market momentum and activity. Home prices and inventory flattened in the second quarter, while the inventory of Tucson residential listings increased.

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Office Market Mojo: Tucson's is Ticking Up

  
  
  
Bright outlook for Tucson office market

If our firm’s revenue and activity are indicative of the market, Tucson office market momentum has clearly increased, with annualized lease and sale transactions up 44.7% over 2013. Our team was busy helping clients position themselves to best avail themselves of opportunities, with regard to pricing and availability whether for lease or investment. With continued tepidness in job growth, creativity and resourcefulness ruled the day.

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A Tale of Three Cities: Tucson, Albuquerque & El Paso - Guest Post

  
  
  
Tucson Albuquerque El Paso Map

The purpose of this report is to show the strengths and weaknesses of Tucson, Arizona and its sister cities, Albuquerque, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. The three cities are sisters since they have many commonalities including climate, population size, and each city having a military base and a university. The stats and data shown herein are used to illustrate the bigger picture and may not reflect exact figures.

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Say "Ah:" Our Diagnosis for the Tucson Office Market

  
  
  
Tucson Medical Office Heart stethoscope

Thanks to healthcare demand, the Tucson office market has a heartbeat. By increasing the number of insured citizens, coupled with a growing aging population, the Affordable Care Act is anticipated to be a key demand driver for Tucson medical space. The activity level of behavioral health tenants in the Tucson office market has particularly blossomed. Overall, post-recession job recovery locally has lagged the nation and state as a whole, leaving job creation the most pressing demand driver.

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