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Denver Office Research

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Denver Office Energy Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7729/us-denver-office-energy-outlook-2016-jllDenver Office Energy Outlook - 2016Sublease space is rising as contracting energy companies and energy-related service providers introduce additional sublease space to market. Mergers and acquisitions are also alive and well with notable Denver energy firms seizing on opportunities.
Denver Office Statistics - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7453/us-denver-office-statistics-q3-2016-jllDenver Office Statistics - Q3 2016See current (Q3 2016) Denver 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 Denver and in submarkets.
Denver Office Statistics - Q2 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7105/us-denver-office-statistics-q2-2016-jllDenver Office Statistics - Q2 2016See current (Q2 2016) Denver 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 Denver and in submarkets.

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Denver Office Insight - Q3 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7521/us-denver-office-insight-q3-2016-jllDenver Office Insight - Q3 2016Denver's Class B rates are on the rise as the Class A market sees rents plateau, narrowing the gap between the two classes that's presenting users a tough decision.
Denver Office Insight - Q2 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7156/us-denver-office-insight-q2-2016-jllDenver Office Insight - Q2 2016​Summary and analysis of local economic and real estate market conditions, as of Q2 2016.
Denver Office Insight - Q1 2016/united-states/en-us/research/6879/us-denver-office-insight-q1-2016-jllDenver Office Insight - Q1 2016Denver’s overall outlook remains positive for 2016. The city’s diverse economy and growing labor pool has helped drive economic expansion over the last five years and the unemployment rate now just 3 percent.