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DC condo sales volume and pricing will hit new peak in 2018/1159/washington-dc-9-17-18-condo-sales-volume<img alt="" src="/united-states/en-us/PublishingImages/Snapshots/residential-multifamily-red.jpg?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />/united-states/en-us/research/snapshots/1159/washington-dc-9-17-18-condo-sales-volumeDC condo sales volume and pricing will hit new peak in 2018While office market migration from the suburbs to the city has been limited compared to peer regions, residents continue to flock to the city with the city’s population hitting 693,972 in July 2017, the highest level in 42 years.
Rapidly growing DC neighborhoods to the south and east lack convenient access to healthcare/1167/washington-dc-9-17-18-neighborhood-healthcare-lacks-convenients<img alt="" src="/united-states/en-us/PublishingImages/Snapshots/doctor-patient-healthcare-child.jpg?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />/united-states/en-us/research/snapshots/1167/washington-dc-9-17-18-neighborhood-healthcare-lacks-convenientsRapidly growing DC neighborhoods to the south and east lack convenient access to healthcareIn the city, where can you most easily find a doctor, healthcare practitioner or most convenient access to healthcare?
From rail to road projects, Maryland’s major infrastructure proposals are mounting/1128/maryland-9-4-18-rail-to-roads-projects<img alt="" src="/united-states/en-us/PublishingImages/Snapshots/people-woman-sitting-urban-road-hipster.jpg?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />/united-states/en-us/research/snapshots/1128/maryland-9-4-18-rail-to-roads-projectsFrom rail to road projects, Maryland’s major infrastructure proposals are mountingAs Maryland’s ambitions have grown for infrastructure solutions to address its transportation woes, proposed projects have swelled: estimated development costs for the 10 largest projects top $35 billion.
DC federal government space options have significantly declined over the past 36 months/1135/washington-dc-9-4-18-federal-government-space-options-decline<img alt="" src="/united-states/en-us/PublishingImages/Snapshots/building-office-dark-sky.jpg?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />/united-states/en-us/research/snapshots/1135/washington-dc-9-4-18-federal-government-space-options-declineDC federal government space options have significantly declined over the past 36 monthsThink all office tenants in the city have significant leverage against landlords? Think again. DC’s largest tenant – the federal government – has started to lose leverage against landlords as space options for federal agencies >50,000 s.f. in Washington, DC have declined by 35% since 2015.
Associations and nonprofits are flocking to Crystal City/1114/northern-virginia-8-20-18-associations-an-nonprofits-incoming<img alt="" src="/united-states/en-us/PublishingImages/Snapshots/building-in-the-park-gardens-by-the-bay-singapore-jll.jpg?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />/united-states/en-us/research/snapshots/1114/northern-virginia-8-20-18-associations-an-nonprofits-incomingAssociations and nonprofits are flocking to Crystal CitySince 2014, 113 office tenants have relocated either from Washington, DC to Northern Virginia or from a different submarket within Northern Virginia, totaling 4,073,655 s.f.
True tech and tech lobbying are driving occupancy gains downtown/1099/washington-dc-8-13-18-true-tech-and-tech-lobbyin-driving-occupancy<img alt="" src="/united-states/en-us/PublishingImages/Snapshots/people-devices-meeting.jpg?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />/united-states/en-us/research/snapshots/1099/washington-dc-8-13-18-true-tech-and-tech-lobbyin-driving-occupancyTrue tech and tech lobbying are driving occupancy gains downtownTech companies continue to drive growth across the region principally due to an increase in cyber, cloud and AI activity in Northern Virginia.