As your Fort Lauderdale law firm’s real estate partner, we’ll secure the most economical, functional and efficient real estate deal that reflects your culture and image.
Landlords currently have the upper-hand in Fort Lauderdale,
as the market tightens downtown, especially within Class A properties.
If your firm is looking for large blocks of property
downtown chances are it’ll be paying rates above peak levels, with concessions
continuing to drop for new tenants.
We expect the market to stay
landlord-favorable through 2017.
The JLL Fort Lauderdale law firm team is ready to give your firm some serious advantages over the competition.
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Landlords are currently in control in Fort Lauderdale, as the market tightens downtown, especially within Class A properties. Over the last year, rents rates have risen an average of 7 percent, and are expected to rise by another 6 in the next year.
Nationwide, CBD Class A space is dipping into single-digit territory in many markets, while Trophy rents continue to rise at 2.5 times faster than the market average. Find out why it's happening across the county, and how it affects Fort Lauderdale (as well as a number of other important areas Florida), by downloading our full 2015 report.