All across the United States, office buildings are being rented out to large corporation such as GE Capital, Wells Fargo, Westpac, etc. This is a great sign for the commercial real estate economy, as well as, corporations and large business. Corporations leasing up range from financial, medical, technological and biotech industries. As more and more corporations demand space for lease, brokerage services will continue to grow to accommodate the demand for office space.
Excerpts from Article:
“GE Capital has signed a lease for 139,323 square feet within the Riverside Commons, a 456,000-square-foot suburban office park located in Irving, TX.”
“Biogen, a biotech company that develops, markets, and manufactures therapies for people living with neurological, autoimmune and hematologic disorders, signed a 10-year lease for 79,683 of office and laboratory space at 301 Binney St. in Cambridge, MA.”
“Wells Fargo Bank N.A. signed a seven-year lease renewal for its 81,857-square-foot space in the One Orlando Centre office building at 800 N. Magnolia Ave. in Orlando, FL.”
“Hitachi America, the U.S. subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate Hitachi, will open a new West Coast office following its signing of a 41,252-square-foot lease at 3315 Scott Blvd. in Santa Clara, CA.”
Citation and Link: Heschmeyer, Mark. 06 APr. 2015 “Office Lease Up- Stanford Health Care Takes 138,000 SF with BioMed” 08 Apr. 2013. http://www.costar.com/News/Article/Office-Lease-Up-Apr-6-Stanford-Health-Care-Takes-138000-SF-with-BioMed/170297
Picture Link and Citation: Rodriguez, Mari. “Three Easy Ways To Create The Perfect Office Without Wasted Space” “DynaCom” 22 Apr. 2013. http://www.dynacomcenter.com/tag/naperville-office-space/