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Charlotte Technology Outlook - 2016

The live-work-play dynamics of areas like Uptown and South End will aid technology companies trying to recruit and maintain top talent. Barring something unforeseen, we expect local tech growth to proceed forward in conjunction with the area's population numbers.

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JLL’s Research team takes a weekly look at economic and market drivers to capture real-time trends and insights.

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Latest Charlotte research reports

 Office reports

 

 

Charlotte Office Insight - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7515/us-charlotte-office-insight-q3-2016-jllCharlotte Office Insight - Q3 2016Charlotte's market fundamentals continue to be strong with an overall 10.7 percent direct vacancy rate and impressive preleasing numbers, especially within the CBD.
Charlotte Office Statistics - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7449/us-charlotte-office-statistics-q3-2016-jllCharlotte Office Statistics - Q3 2016See current (Q3 2016) Charlotte office market statistics, including inventory, absorption, vacancy, average asking rents and construction. We analyze Class A and B space, as well as averages, across all of Charlotte and in submarkets.
Charlotte Office Statistics - Q2 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7099/us-charlotte-office-statistics-q2-2016-jllCharlotte Office Statistics - Q2 2016See current (Q2 2016) Charlotte office market statistics, including inventory, absorption, vacancy, average asking rents and construction. We analyze Class A and B space, as well as averages, across all of Charlotte and in submarkets.

 Industrial reports

 

 

Charlotte Industrial Insight - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7704/us-charlotte-industrial-insight-q3-2016-jllCharlotte Industrial Insight - Q3 2016A quarterly summary of industrial real estate market conditions for individual metro areas in the United States. The report includes key market indicators, tenant and landlord perspectives, and future looking analysis.
Charlotte Industrial Insight - Q2 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7290/us-charlotte-industrial-insight-q2-2016-jllCharlotte Industrial Insight - Q2 2016A quarterly summary of industrial real estate market conditions for individual metro areas in the United States. The report includes key market indicators, tenant and landlord perspectives, and future looking analysis.
Charlotte Industrial Insight - Q1 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7009/us-charlotte-industrial-insight-q1-2016-jllCharlotte Industrial Insight - Q1 2016A quarterly summary of local economic and real estate market conditions for individual metro areas in the United States. The report includes key market indicators, tenant and landlord perspectives, and future looking analysis.

 Additional reports

 

 

Charlotte Law Firm Perspective - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7621/us-charlotte-law-firm-perspective-2016-jllCharlotte Law Firm Perspective - 2016Landlords are driving rents well above the $30.00 per square foot mark due to strong demand for Class A space across tenant sectors in Charlotte. With no new development slated to deliver, firms will need to compete for existing Class A space.
Charlotte Technology Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7381/us-charlotte-technology-outlook-2016-jllCharlotte Technology Outlook - 2016The live-work-play dynamics of areas like Uptown and South End will aid Charlotte technology companies trying to recruit and maintain top talent.
Charlotte Law Firm Outlook - 2015/united-states/en-us/research/6336/2015-charlotte-law-firm-trendsCharlotte Law Firm Outlook - 2015Charlotte law firms are paying increasingly higher prices to secure leases, with rent rising 10 percent over the last 12 months market-wide, as financial institutions compete with law firms for Trophy and Class A space.