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Cassidy Turley is one of Greater Cincinnati and Greater Dayton’s largest commercial real estate services providers, with more than 100 professionals in locations across the region. The company and its employees have deep roots in the Tri-state, yet are connected worldwide through 60 company-owned U.S. offices and a global affiliation. The company’s clients include real estate owners, investors and tenants. Whatever commercial real estate need exists, Cassidy Turley provides a local solution.

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Cincinnati and Dayton Industrial Markets See Positive Absorption, Major Construction in Q1

  
  
  
Q1 2014 Dayton and Cincinnati Industrial Snapshot

By Jarrett Hicks, Senior Research Analyst

The industrial vacancy rate for the Cincinnati region has reached its lowest point in seven years. Low vacancy, combined with over 1.2 million square feet of positive net absorption and new construction are clear signs that the Cincinnati industrial market is extremely active and growing.   In 2014, new supply is projected to reach a six-year high.  Currently, 2.7 million square feet of industrial space is under construction across the Greater Cincinnati market, including 1.6 million square feet of speculative bulk warehouse product.  More large scale construction projects are expected to break ground in the next few months.

Q1 Sees Positive Absorption in Both Cincinnati and Dayton Office Markets

  
  
  
The Q1 2014 office market reports for Cincinnati and Dayton

By James Flick, Vice President, Research and Marketing

In Cincinnati, continuing job growth of 1.4% is positioning the commercial real estate market for a fourth consecutive year of positive absorption. Furthermore, while most areas in the Cincinnati region saw rental rates bottoming out, the Central Business District has experienced significant gross rent growth, 10.5%, since the first quarter of 2011. This is due to the delivery of Great American Tower in the second quarter of 2011, building conversions of antiquated class B offices to multi-family, and increases in building operating expenses. Actual rent growth is expected on the horizon for the rest of the Cincinnati market this year.

Cincinnati Retail Industry Survey

  
  
  
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ATTENTION ALL RETAILERS AND COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE VETERANS!

The Cincinnati office of Cassidy Turley is surveying the regional retail market to gauge expectations for 2014 and we need your help. Please take about 5 minutes to fill out this online survey. We will share the results and analysis with the entire group once all the answers have been tallied. Thank you in advance for your time and opinions.

Cassidy Turley March 2014 Cincinnati and Dayton CRE Market Newsletters Now Available!

  
  
  
March 2014 Dayton Research Update 01

By James Flick, Director of Research

The March 2014 Cincinnati and Dayton Commercial Real Estate Market newsletters have been released and can be found at www.cassidyturley.com/cincinnati-dayton.

US Macro and Cincinnati Office Market Forecasts

  
  
  
Cassidy Turley US Macro Forecast, US Economy, Cincinnati Economy, Growth, Commercial Real Estate, Cassidy Turley

By James Flick, Director of Research

Our national research group recently released the U.S. Macro Forecast Report. In it, Kevin Thorpe, our Chief Economist and Rebecca Rockey, Economist, explain that U.S. economic fundamentals remain solid. The recent, not-so-good, economic data releases can be explained almost entirely by the terrible winter weather the country has seen this year.  The weather has contributed in skewing indicators like job growth, home sales and retail sales, pushing them artificially downwards.

The 10 Reasons to Be Optimistic about CRE in Cincy-Dayton: Part 10 - Housing Engine Just Getting Started

  
  
  

The 10 Reasons to Be Optimistic about CRE in Cincy-Dayton: Part 9 – America’s Energy Boom

  
  
  

The 10 Reasons to Be Optimistic about CRE in Cincy-Dayton: Part 8- Tech Cycle Still Has Legs

  
  
  

The 10 Reasons to Be Optimistic about CRE in Cincy-Dayton: Part 7- GDP Getting Stronger

  
  
  

The 10 Reasons to Be Optimistic about CRE in Cincy-Dayton: Part 6- More Confident Consumers

  
  
  
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